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Grand Circuit Raceway Scenario
 
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Sep 7, 2018 @ 7:36pm
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Description
An unlocked and expanded version of the career Chief Beef's Raceway scenario with fresh research trees and objectives, tweaked terrains, some reworked buildings and decor, and new rides up to the Build 1.10.1.59972 update immediately available (anything not initially available is researchable). This includes the anniversary F25 coaster with it's automobile-themed cars particularly well-suited to the scenario.

Features:

> Starter kart track bits near the lighthouse have been split from the city's kart track (which means occasional "not finished" notifications, sorry).

> Guest traits at 100%, proportions tweaked.

> L'hôtel Danielle is now a working hotel with decorated interior.

> Coasters with standard car-swaps ( https://forums.planetcoaster.com/showthread.php/30115-Interchangeable-Coasters-what-is-possible ) are together in the same research trees (when not available at startup).


There are some billboards in the park (one on the Entry Facilities Building, some Spooky Picture Frames in L'hôtel Danielle) -- if you want to use the images I intended for them they can be downloaded from my dropbox here ( https://www.dropbox.com/s/asa0cdyl21u80dr/Grand%20Circuit%20Raceway%20Scenario%20Pics.zip?dl=0 ).

Please note that the original scenario's scenery-heavy, this one's more so -- can bog down lighter computers. Also, I don't speak French -- my apologies for any issues this has caused with new signage and labeling.

The scenery of Chief Beef's Raceway is arguably the best of the career scenarios, I've found it a joy to work with -- I'd like to thank the unknown art-devs who originally made this.


The Grand Circuit Raceway was built on an old seafront racetrack to take advantage of the area's heritage. But money issues arose during construction -- the resulting track has been deemed a disappointment by the public. The recent fire gutting a neighborhood hasn't helped, especially since your soft-hearted partner bought it for development, saddling the park with the cost & cleanup. And the hotel's famous flowerbeds have been killed by blight. Can you realize the site’s potential?