Yooha

MOC Rollercoaster Tycoon Buildings

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Of course, it rocks, nice start, but still a long way to go!

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Of course, it rocks, nice start, but still a long way to go!

I can't promise I will make all rides. :classic:

I smiled :grin:

Can't wait to see your first rollercoaster!

That would be a long time to design and render, but I'll try..

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Lemonade Stall

Beautiful..!

How i miss the game now.. haha.. the burger stall and chicken stall my fav.. :)

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Please don't quote images

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Sounds like an idea for a community effort. Everyone build something from RCT. Then display them at Brickfest or your local equivalent, like Modular Town or Moonbase: everyone's creations are assembled to make a single large amusement park. 2 or more people built the same ride? No problem. Some amusement parks have more than one of some rides. Put one in each theme district.

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I still remember how excited I was when I saw the first screenshots for Rollercoaster Tycoon in 1999. :cry_happy: I never did become a theme park designer, but I still love this game to pieces. That you married it to LEGO is fantastic; and these are quite recognizable, too! Great job! The swinging ship especially excites me - it's not something I would've thought could translate well into LEGO, but you really nailed it. It's both totally awesome and adorable.

Thank you so much for sharing!

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The swinging ship especially excites me - it's not something I would've thought could translate well into LEGO, but you really nailed it. It's both totally awesome and adorable.

Thank you so much for sharing!

I' m glad that there are people out there who loved this game as much as I did. The idea came a few months ago, and since RCT is cute and LEGO is cute it seemed obvious to make these buildings and rides. Telling the truth there are many rides - especially roller-coasters with those tricky bend and curves - that are either impossible to take in LEGO shape or I haven't figure it out how to. But I'm pushing my limits :)

(I didn't mention but the pictures are clickable)

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Information Kiosk

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hehe now we are getting somewhere... what about the workers ;) I think I need to puke! "swinging ship 1 was too intense!"

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It looks great! Brings back memories. Too bad RCT doesn't work on WinXP.

For the swinging ship, have you considered using two toggle joints* in the top of the construction so the cross axles can be placed along the same stud-line?

*LDD part 32126

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Too bad RCT doesn't work on WinXP.

There was a patch for it, it seems.

If I remember well, I played with it under Windows 2000 or XP.

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It looks great! Brings back memories. Too bad RCT doesn't work on WinXP.

For the swinging ship, have you considered using two toggle joints* in the top of the construction so the cross axles can be placed along the same stud-line?

*LDD part 32126

RCT works in WinXP, I just tried it yesterday. With two toggle joints the angle would have been too big, just a little bit smaller then 90°, which is still too big.

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Log Flume

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Man those are some great designs! I don't think they could be any closer brick built. Keep up the great work Yooha :classic:

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