View Full Version : NuPike Updated

11-21-2005, 12:25 AM
I finally got around to updating the Long Beach Nupike historical amusement park. Many small and some larger changes, but like fine wine, this historical amusement park keeps growing better with age. Anyhow here are the links to the NuPike Homepage. Make sure you both Soaked and Wild installed otherwise you won't be able to play the newer updated scenario.

Instructions of how to install this and setup your RCT3 tools are included...good luck. I hope you have as much fun visiting the NuPike as I did the real one.

NuPike Home Page (http://www.sebar.com/rct3/nupike.html)



11-24-2005, 10:03 PM
Ah, NuPike! You were telling me about this a while ago! It looks like a great park!:up:

11-28-2005, 12:54 AM
and very close to the original less a few rides and scenery too. But it is worth a shot. Just bear in mind you will need a fairly good amount of memory and a faster machine, as the game starts bogging at about 1100 and that happens pretty quickly.

The neat thing about this long beach versus the old long beach is that this scenario and park have the original sign work included now and other smaller tweaks, additional rides like a spider and TAW too.

I still need a lot of kiddie rides though before I can call it authentic.

That aisde it should bode well.

If you check out my other brand new park and scenario, Venice 2000 is based on actual plans to build a new park where the Venice Pier used to be as an amusment platform. Should prove interesting to watch over the next several years or so. I posted the download in the RCTHQ forums for now.

12-19-2005, 03:49 PM
cool!!, uhmm. Are there any rides? :ooolala-sign:

12-26-2005, 04:36 PM
Like the NuPike Cyclone Racer. A dual woodie racing coaster based on the original. It is available in the amusement park. Also you can goto this site and look at pictures. You should find that the NuPike is very close to the original. This is a historical park and very challenging scenario to play. Just make sure you have lots of ram and a speedy machine to experience this.

12-27-2005, 04:05 AM
Two scenarios? They both look great too. :D