Planet Coaster

Planet Coaster

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Salto 🎪 [Steel Coaster] - Vintage Pack ​
 
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In 2 collections by PixelWess89
PixelWess89 coaster and track ride blueprints
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Description
Clowns, acrobats and artists, the circus is coming! In this classic steel rollercoaster you will experience the specacular tricks performed by the trapeze acrobats. Drop down, make a somersault and turn around.

★ EXTRA ★
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★ Pixel Pier ★
This blueprint is part of my Vintage project 'Pixel Pier'. This park is a unique concept because it consists of two coasters, three rides, shops, decoration, a restaurant and more in just a blueprint of 4000 pieces, insane!

Blueprint: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1443264460

★ PixelWess89 placement instructions ★
Use ground level to place the coaster in your own park, hide red and delete after placing.
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6 Comments
PixelWess89  [author] Dec 8, 2018 @ 11:51pm 
Thanks :)
Annatoasti Dec 1, 2018 @ 12:58am 
Awesome! I love it! Good detail! :)
PixelWess89  [author] Aug 5, 2018 @ 4:00am 
Thank you all very much.
@Jo you can use the pre-build fences to place the queue between them, please use 1m with and start at the station. Be sure you turn off the collision-options at the game menu. Open settings - game - and turn on all 'Collision' options.
jo_vander_cammen Aug 4, 2018 @ 6:57am 
Just like about all your other creations, I absolutely love this one ! So much to see on a relatively small space. But, since I'm basically just kind of a beginner in this, I really struggle in laying the path down and whatever I do it never seems to nicely align within the fencing ? I start by nicely burying the big red square. But then what ? Do I need to use a grid for the path ? But based on what ? Because I got a lot of "obstructed" in that case. Do I use a "freeflowing" path ? Do I use angle snap ? All of the above :-) ?
socialsniperzzz Jul 31, 2018 @ 2:07pm 
This looks absolutely brilliant! Cannot wait to use it! thank you!!!
Smile Time Jul 30, 2018 @ 12:56pm 
This is so colorful and fun! It reminds me of the pier in California! I love it! :steamhappy: