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New Calder Shopping Centre - Part 2

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Published on Jul 18, 2010

How can I describe New Calder Shopping Centre?

Some of you may remember my previous shopping mall project, which featured an indoor roller coaster and swimming pool. I decided to make another shopping centre, but this time surrounded by an outdoor theme park, and zoo.

This project is shown in four parts, due to the size of the park, and I wanted to show off as much detail as possible, as I put a lot of effort into getting the details just right.

The park contains five roller coasters, of various types and sizes, including a flying coaster!

The ride shown in video one is called "Bluebell" this is a standard floorless coaster with some inversions, a "Classic" ride, not too rough, but with plenty to keep the riders amused.

The ride shown in the second video is called "Boomerang" and was inspired by the "Revolution" at Blackpool Pleasure beach, some of you may recognise the design, the only real difference is that this time, it is an inverted coaster.

Part three has three ride POVs in it, the first being the extended coaster, called "Nosedive" this one is a much rougher ride, and uses twister cars.

The next ride in video three is "Cloud 13" a flying coaster, this one goes through some inversions, and twists, and is a lot like "Air" at Alton Towers.

And we come to the star ride of the park, "Linden Grove" the wooden roller coaster that dominates the skyline of the park. This was the first ride I built in the park, and my favourite. The entry building for this one is quite interesting, as the ride station is upstairs.

There is also an indoor pool with two flumes, "Pacific" and "Atlantic"

I have also tried something new!

Those of you that remember my "Steven's Room CGI Project" video may remember the pictures on my bedroom walls, well I remember some people asking me about them, and I revealed that I am also an amateur photographer! I decided to try putting a gallery of my photos in the park it's self, and to show them off in an RCT3 video. Some of these pictures are available to view on my Deviantart Page at http://pjxzzt.deviantart.com/
Do you think the gallery within RCT3 idea worked?

And finally, part four is the usual night views, but there is also a ride as well! Most of you have probably been on a ghost train, so now ride the DINOSAUR TRAIN! It's basically like a ghost train, but with prehistoric scenes.

As usual, no custom scenery was used in this project.

http://www.alloria.co.uk

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