View Full Version : Rimrock Ridge

03-14-2008, 09:53 PM
Greetings fellow peeps! I'm new here, so I guess I should first say hello to everyone. "Hello"

I've been lurking for the last couple weeks as an unregistered user and decided to finally get an account so I could actually post. I'd like to start by giving a belated "Thank you!" to all of the contributors that I've learned so much from by reading your tutorials and info.

Okay, now that that's out of the way, I'd like to offer my very first scenario to the masses. My goal in making this was to give myself some practice with terraforming, which means I didn't make any custom buildings or scenery type stuff for the map. Just the land, trees, and water. I've spent the last few days working on it, so would appreciate some constructive criticisim letting me know what you think, and where things could improve. Thanks in advance for any comments ;)

The scenario is called Rimrock Ridge. The idea is that the National Park Service decided to open up some pristine unspoiled land for the development of an amusement park. It's your job to build it from the ground up.

DOWNLOAD LINK: http://www.hotlinkfiles.com/files/1091871_brmz2/RimrockRidge.zip

No Custom Scenery Used (for more compatability)
Map Size: 128*128
Money: $15k
Loan: $9k
Max Loan: $15k
Difficulty: Medium/Hard (You tell me!)

Park Value: $40k - 3 months
Guests: 400 - 3 months
Ride Income: $300 - 1 month
(VIP) Bob Waterman: Wants to visit pool
(VIP) Joe Sluggerball: Wants to visit 1 Coaster - Excitement 5.0

Park Value: $80k - 3 months
Guests: 800 - any time
Guests in pool: 100 - any time
Ride Income: $1k - 2 months
(VIP) Major Smythe: Wants to see 2 Grizzly Bears
(VIP) Kara Oki: Wants to visit 1 coaster - Excitement 6.0

Park Value: $150k - 4 months
Guests: 1400 - any time
Park Rating: 900 - 3 months
Ride Income: $2k - 3 months
Repay Loan - Sustained 1 month
(VIP) Kara Oki: Wants to visit 2 coasters - Excitement 6.5

There's also a few challenges that come up near the beginning. I went through all the menus and set everything up the way I figured was best, but if anyone has any ideas for tweaking things better then let me know. Always open to new ideas :D

Here's some screens:

03-15-2008, 12:29 AM
Great work! I completed it after a while.

I'll probably post a picture.

03-15-2008, 01:14 AM
Thanks for checking it out, glad you liked it. :D