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Hello folks, this is a little something I'll be trying out. I will be making full, working recreations of Universal Studios Florida. Not only that but I'll be posting loads and LOADS of different versions of the park by year. This is how the park looked in the year 2001.

First things first, Universal has a lot of simulators, especially nowadays. For a working park and to ensure that there wasn't loads of identical simulator rides, I instead have underground roller coasters that make the same motions as the real rides. Pretty neat approach, huh? There are a couple of rides that are different two due to game limitations but I'll go through those below. First, here's a list of rides.

Rides Included:

The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera (Caution, it's an appalling recreation! There are holes in the ceiling, trains always get stuck whenever it breaks down and some other problems.)
Nickelodeon Studios
Alfred Hitchcock: The Art of Making Movies (Cinema)
The Boneyard
Twister...Ride It Out
Kongfrontation (Also very bad, exit's in the wrong location)
The Blues Brothers Show
Beetlejuice's Rock and Roll Graveyard Revue
Earthquake: The Big One (Only for show, couldn't get a proper ride working. The queue line is very badly recreated.)
JAWS!
The Wild Wild Wild West Stunt Show
Men in Black: Alien Attack
Back To The Future: The Ride
Animal Planet Live
E.T. Adventure
Fievel's Playland
A Day in the Park with Barney
Woody Woodpecker's Nuthouse Coaster
Curious George Goes to Town
Horror Make-Up Show
T2-3D: Battle Across Time

EXTREMELY IMPORTANT!!! The main bulk of this park belongs to RollerCoaster Creations who set out to make the park without using any custom scenery. I kinda broke that rule I hate to say. I also made it a bit more of a working park for peeps. (Even though they complain that they're aren't enough rides. I didn't really go by any algorithms here.)

CUSTOM SCENERY REQUIRED!!!!!!!!

Belgabor's Invisible Doodads
Eletigna New Street Elements
Vodhin's Ride Operator
Universal Studios Globe
Main Street Elements
Main Street DRP Ornaments
UNIVERSAL STUDIOS ORLANDO 2.0 PACK 1
A2 Custom Vendors
Briantjuh94's Trash Cans
Shyguy Circus Center 1, 2, 3
Aces Construction Yard
Moving Doors
Moby's Construction Vehicles
Krypt Destroyed City
LoneWolf's Hollywood Set
Jaws Set
Construction Set gamer2456
Phantom Manor Disneyland Paris
Pack Projecteurs
Dasmatze Industry Age Additions
Dasmatze random stuff
Usf Geek - Steps 'N' rocks
Jcat's SteelWorx
Usf Geek - USF Arch
Jcat's SpaceWorx

(If there's any I missed, please let me know)

VERY IMPORTANT!! I made this park years ago, back then I barely knew how to play the game. As I upload, you'll see how much they gradually improved over time. But this park and most of the other ones from the 90's-Early 2000's are very rough around the edges, with lots of inaccuracies. As I write this, I'm currently up to mid-2008 and the improvements I've made really show, I feel. However, I would consider this period to be the turning point. Judging by how well the new entrance and Kidzone turned out, this seems to be when I found my stride and started to make lots more improvements.

ALSO IMPORTANT! INACCURACIES

The Monsters Cafe is kind of floating, but I fixed it later on.
The interior and roof of Nickelodeon Studios are very clustered.
I didn't build Stage 54.
When I built Twister, I wasn't aware that there used to be a longer outdoor section of the queue until after I started building Rockit, so the queue already has it's post-Rockit look.
The exit to Kongfrontation is in the wrong location.
Amity is missing a few buildings.
Only one level of Back To The Future is included.
The Back to the Future train is in the wrong location.

IMPROVEMENTS FROM PREVIOUS PARK!

Just a couple tweaks here and there.

Hope you enjoy! Expect more soon.

Section Parks
File Size 9.33 MB
Date Uploaded Feb 12, 2019

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2 comments

Yoda1267

How many times are you going to upload this thing?

TomDaBomb

A lot. I couldn't decide on what exact 'era' to post so I just figured I'd post them all. (But yeah, you're right, it is a bit of overkill.)