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Vodhin
10-29-2005, 05:15 PM
Here's a nice Junior Coaster for the Big Boys. This coaster has a themed Station House built with Adventure Walls and Iceatcs' Timberframe Building Set v1. The track is long and narrow and has elements from Pumper's SteelWorx custom supports and Klinn's Frameworks and Arches set.

http://www.vodhin.net/Coasters/Junior/SwissLogger/Pic00.JPG http://www.vodhin.net/Coasters/Junior/SwissLogger/Pic01.JPG

http://www.vodhin.net/Coasters/Junior/SwissLogger/Pic02.JPG http://www.vodhin.net/Coasters/Junior/SwissLogger/Pic03.JPG

Download the track: Click Here (http://www.vodhin.net/RCT3Community/request.php?232)



EDIT: Vortexian has made this great little on ride video of my coaster - Thanks, V!

Click Here (http://media.putfile.com/swiss-logger)

Hope you enjoy :D

vortexian
10-30-2005, 03:08 AM
One top coaster

And I made a video of it. For everybody who can't place it in the park
http://media.putfile.com/swiss-logger

Vodhin
10-30-2005, 08:53 AM
Oh, cool! Thanks, Vortexian! Nice job on the video- at first I thought the music was a bit slow, but now that the tune is stuck in my head :bulb: (thank you very much :D ) I think it works perfectly.

vortexian
10-30-2005, 05:05 PM
you are a bit right with the music. It sounded better when I played it as station music. But normally I design my coasters with the music I put in the video. Glad that you liked it after all:D

EDIT: and feel free to add the link to this video in your first post or any other post about this coaster

hillibilly
10-30-2005, 05:54 PM
I loved that ride! Great job on it. It looks so small but the ride is long and fun. Really great.


As for the music great friggin' job on geeting it in my mind now. DADADA DADADA DADA DADA DA. HOLY CRAP. lol

mini_shima
11-01-2005, 04:58 AM
VODHIN!:eek: That is fantastic is so much like a real coaster!:D You are a legend!

Vodhin
11-01-2005, 09:20 PM
Hey! Thanks for the kind complements! Saving scenery with the coaster is such an important improvement with Soaked (and Wild), and I think the one thing that make a coaster real is the ugly chain-link fence, believe it or not... There's something about it that just says 'it's done'.

There is a spot halfway through the ride where the fence dips in real close to the second lift hill... I had intended on making a nice food court there with an overlook of the track. That building turned into the Swiss lodge I made in this thread (http://www.ataricommunity.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=499828).

Eventually I will make the little food court I intended for that area and release it here...

marnetmar
11-01-2005, 10:20 PM
Very realistic coaster Vodhin & nice work on the video vortexian :up: :up:

**black-alien**
11-02-2005, 10:04 PM
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1.it's small so it fits in every park
2.it's realistic
3.it looks great
4.it's detailed

1+2+3+4= verry nice !!!
:D


keep it up :up: :up:

aoshi
11-02-2005, 10:37 PM
Yes this one of those really great rides no matter how simple it may seem :D Looks like a real ride :up:

Vodhin
11-04-2005, 10:25 PM
Dang... I still got that music stuck in my head... anyway- thatks for the compliments **black-alien** and aoshi :D I do try to make coasters that are fun. I've made big monsters like "Alice In Space" but I like the smaller, more family oriented rides look and run better. It also give you time to enjoy the ride.

I did make a fantastic little junior coaster when I was testing the beta of Wild, with a really nice layout and lots of western scenery around the track, but I'm back to just plain Soaked and the track isn't compatible (there's a new element in the Wild version, as someone else has already discovered). Perhaps when I get Wild, I'll redo the track and release that one two.

for now, I think it's time to make a nice steeple chase...