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    What place is everyones fav place to build. I like the way u dont have to worry about money in Arid Heights.

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    My favorite is Leafy Lake, for some reason.

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    Mine Is Jolly Jungle.(Just Remove All The Trees With Trainer)

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    Along with Mega Park (of course) the 3 abovementioned scenarios are about my favorite places to build (and Mel's World, for some reason).
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    My favorite is Evergreen Gardens. It's very BIG and with the trainer, I never run out of money
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    I agree with Jonathan Gelert i love leafy lake. It just rocks for some reason

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    Forest Fronteirs, Leafy Lake, and Funtopia. No reasons really, and oh yeah...i like the new one...Terror Town or something...<IMG SRC="/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif">
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    Arid Heights: with out the $ restriction, you can "terraform" it into any type of landscape you wish. Though is it my imagination or do all the rides in this scenario lose their popularity quicker than in others and do the rating and # of visitor's drop faster?
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    <BR>Evergreen Gardens: Like the setting.
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    <BR>Forrest Frontiers: Sentimental value? I don't know. There is something that I find fascinating about buying land and building in that little dog leg section off of the back right hand side of the park.
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    I have to say that Leafy Lake is my favorite. It has the perfect layout to build woodie coasters, and despite thier limitations in the game, they are still my fav's to build. Using a trainer to own all the land makes it even better.

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    I always use the version of Forest Frontiers that I trainered flat and removed all the trees from. I agree that Forest Frontiers holds a sentimental value.
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    i like dynamite dunes, i've built some awesome coasters in there. once i got it over $100,000 and i <!-- BBCode Start --><I>don't</I><!-- BBCode End --> use trainers!
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    I enjoy building traditional parks, so favorites include Forest Frontiers, Huanted Harbor, Leafy Lake, Evergreen Gardens, and (fav) Bumbly Beach.

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    Pacific Pyramids.
    <BR>Without using the trainer (except to get All Rides) it is at:
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    <BR>125 Years
    <BR>$4,000,000.00
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    <BR>It still holds much of its origanal landscape as well.
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    <BR>I love to keep making changes to the park.

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    hmmmmm i have a warez version of rollercoaster tycoon so what trainer do u guys use to flat all land and buuy it all cause im stuck and i also cant make water ... plz help <IMG SRC="/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif">
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    <BR>On 2001-05-11 15:35, revolt wrote:
    <BR>hmmmmm i have a warez version of rollercoaster tycoon so what trainer do u guys use to flat all land and buuy it all cause im stuck and i also cant make water ... plz help <IMG SRC="/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif">
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    <BR>Find one here: <A HREF="http://www.amishrakefight.org/gfy">CoolWarez</A>

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    I also like Diamond Heights, though I haven't built anything there recently... Once I somehow got $300,000 there without a trainer. I guess it could have had something to do with that I was charging $60 for park enterance and the default prices ($2 for all my 15 roller coasters) for every ride... <IMG SRC="/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif"> I also had a very succesful Jolly Jungle park that I have not been able to match again financially for some reason.
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    when i charge to enter a park, and charge to go on the rides, nobody goes on them. how did that work?
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    Don't know... I lost that park so I'm not sure if I was charging THAT much. All I know is that I got $300,000 with no trainer by doing that.

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    I like arid heights, because it's huge and almost flat, you develop every theming and ride, and you can make any landscape. If you want a jungle ride, you can make it. an Oriental cruse, ok! My best park is Bumbly Beach though. I have 10 great coasters, and they all wrap around each other, and ride go under/above every thing. I even have a 92 mile perhour Hyper Coaster! My park rating is almost always 999 and I have about 310, 000 dollars, without cheating!

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    I love building in Forest Frontier and Evergreen Gardens. It just something about these parks that keep me coming back to the game. With the trainer I never get bored.

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    Arid Heights if I am going to splurge. I also like the Competition scenarios for a challenge.

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    Arid Heights for me as well. I like unlimited possibilities.
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    Arid Hieghts, Evergreen Gardens, and Pacific Pyramids
    Don't buy golf resort tycoon. It sucks! save your money.

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    I use a blank map and create the land myself.

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    <BR>Find one here: <A HREF="http://www.amishrakefight.org/gfy">CoolWarez</A>
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    <BR>Wow...sad to see that this site even ALLOWS warez. Its also sad to see that if you click that link given by a MODERATOR it says "Go fu__ yourself". Sad.<BR><BR><font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: NITOR on 2001-07-05 15:44 ]</font>

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    My favorite boards to build things are Arid Heights and Crazy Craters. They both have a lot of land and infinite money.

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    Bumbly Beach and Funtopia,
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    <BR>I like bumbly Beach if you take everything out and start over with nothing.
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    <BR>Funtopia because you can get alot of $$$ off Grapevine
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    I luv Arid Heights + Trainer so I can keep my park rating at 999 while I landscape. I also downloaded Mega Park with all flat land and no trees in sight, and a trainer was never used. <IMG SRC="/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_lol.gif">

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    On the regular version I would say Leafy Lake even though most of the time I just build and test to save the design to use on another park, I prefer Arid Heights because there is a lot more space and you don't need to worry about money. <IMG SRC="/phpBB/images/smiles/icon_smile.gif">

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    i love forest frontiers

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