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This is the plot I created during the 31st round of Deurklink's Multiplayer. The goal was to build a plot without scenery. I got 3rd place.

Here are the rules in more details. The main rule is that you cannot use scenery at all. The only scenery objects allowed were path stuff like benches, bins and lamps. The rest has to be done using tracks, path and terrain. I only used the wooden block for blacktiling the rest of the park. There was also a limit of 32 tracks per plot, which includes tracked rides, flat rides, stalls and shops.

When I started my plot, I was thinking about making it on the steampunk theme. It doesn't look obvious, but that's where I took my inspiration. There was a hard work put on optimizing the use of each track so I don't go over the track limit. The tricks used for that were:
- taking advantage of the 4 color schemes per track;
- using normal track, station track and the entrance/exit of each tracked rides when I can;
- duplicating various elements like entrances/exits, parts of coaster pieces, maze tiles and shops with OpenRCT2's tile inspector;
- using a same ride for several purposes;
- trying to have several cars on a same track instead of only one for scenery purpose;
- naming the rides so I can easily count how many of them I have used (we were 6 to work on a same map so the ride count number at the bottom of the rides/attractions window was useless);
- using the landscape at my advantage (the RCT1 Deluxe installation attachment was very useful for that).

That was a very fun round to participate since I like to work with limitations like that. I really liked to see what tricks I could use to build everything without having scenery objects. It was hard to fit everything I wanted to add in the plot, but I like the end result and I am proud of it.

This park was made without custom elements.

This park is only compatible with OpenRCT2.
*NB: RCT1/RCT1 Deluxe installation might need to be attached to OpenRCT2 in order to view the park in its true nature.

I hope you like it. :D

Section Parks
File Size 386.06 KB
Date Uploaded Jan 11, 2020
Liked by Terry Inferno, Skiffa