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    Scenery I wish they included in RCT3

    Here are the scenery things I wish were on RCT3.

    I would like to deck my parks up for the holidays, so I would like holiday theming.

    I would also would like to use ghost AA's, so I can make a HM ride.

    Plus I wish they included a bigger variety of pirate AA's in their selection.

    So what scenery do you wish RCT3 had included in its game?

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    Re: Scenery I wish they included in RCT3

    I also would vote for holiday decorations. That would be cool.

    I am trying to think, but all I can come up with is more variety of moving figures or statues. More watter effects. Differnt kinds of rocks, boulders, trees and flowers.

    But I guess this will never happen now. I wish they could all just get along instead of screwing over us loyal RCT fans.
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    Re: Scenery I wish they included in RCT3

    I am craving the day it lets you create your own scenery, though this would be difficult with the new 3d interface if they made a block and paint system it shouldn't be too hard.

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    Re: Scenery I wish they included in RCT3

    I agree.

    I wish on RCT3 they included all of the scenery from the past RCT's also.

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    Re: Scenery I wish they included in RCT3

    I liked the widevariety of blocks in RCT2, means you can make almost any building.

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    Re: Scenery I wish they included in RCT3

    I would love a "scenery design studio" add-on that would let you build entire categories of design elements: walls, balconies, overlays, etc.

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    Re: Scenery I wish they included in RCT3

    Oh, and I wish they'd designed floors so peeps could walk on them - eg: so they flowed smoothly into walkways. Right now I just leave gaping holes in buildings so I can run a path into it, because a "doorway" may as well be a wall.

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    Re: Scenery I wish they included in RCT3

    all the stuff you guys are requesting can be found here: http://www.ataricommunity.com/forums...d.php?t=525061

    The only one that I have yet to find or create is realistic looking Caves.

    I have started creating ym own scenery useing a 3D graphics software, but mine don't turn out so good so I use other's..


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    Re: Scenery I wish they included in RCT3

    Quote Originally Posted by Morrigoon View Post
    I would love a "scenery design studio" add-on that would let you build entire categories of design elements: walls, balconies, overlays, etc.
    Can you say RCT4?

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    Re: Scenery I wish they included in RCT3

    The only problem with a lot of these things is they don't match up with any other walls or ground or sometime cause the game to crash when you plop them down. Also a great many need Soaked or Wild installed. I have the patches, but that doesnt seem to make any difference. A lot of the stuff is grayed out once you get the pieces into the proper folder and a message says you have to have "Soaked" or "Wild" installed. To much work to do that because of all the things I would have to rename to keep them and then get those two add ons to actually install, then redo all the patches and then figure out which folders were renamed and move stuff around, it's just no worth it since there won't be any more RCT games coming because of the law suits between the creator and Atari. It's a darn shame that Atari couldn't just play fair with the creator of the best selling game they ever had and went and tried to cheat him out of his royalties. Bad Atari!!
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    Re: Scenery I wish they included in RCT3

    Quote Originally Posted by ni_teach View Post
    Can you say RCT4?
    I wish!!! Atari says this is the last of the RCT series


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