Spooky Shack at Kaleidoscope Piers! A little bit spooky...a little bit disco...and a little bit whacky. No story...just fun nonsense throughout. I can't put it on the workshop...it's nearly 15,000 parts!
So you changed your mind and built it anyway? Great twist on Bill Tracy’s rides. Glad you found a spot for it. You have the best beach or pier park in Planet Coaster! Well, I’m making Wildwood, NJ pier recreations from different years. Such as 1983, 1996, 1998. Everything is being done from looking at old photos and videos of the piers and rides. And it will be split into two segments, north and south. I was able to fit all the piers in in RCT2 and 3, but in PC it seems that the map is smaller than RCT3. Or isn’t it? You could upload Spooky Shack as a park file though, or maybe release a beta of the park early since you are waiting for a sky ride that we might not even get in the next update soon? You know what, I would love a set of different patterns for the rotating tunnel from Midnight Manor that was released by itself on the workshop. Such as a golden nuggets pattern, a fake rock pattern, orange, red, a pattern like in Waldameer’s Whacky Shack.
Thanks! Not lately. Last time I tried to get a count it froze up my computer. Ha ha. Spooky Shack alone is 15,000 pieces. So I'd imagine we're up pretty high... Hundreds of thousands and zillions of gabillions
I’m making different versions of Wildwood piers from different years. The one I’m working on right now is the north section of the boardwalk with Hunt’s Pier, Morey’s Pier, and Sportland Pier circa 1989, as well as 1983, 1996 and 1998. 1996-98 Hunt’s Pier was Dinosaur Beach with the remaining old rides redone with a dinosaur theme and new rides as well. From 1989-1990 Hunt’s Pier had a looping Vekoma coaster called Kamikaze at the very back of the pier behind the Log Flume. A pirate ship walk through fun house was sacrificed for the Kamikaze and a bunch of other older rides were removed Feb 1989 like the Flyer wood coaster which was built in 1957 when the pier was rebuilt. The older pier burned Dec 1943.