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#41
What's new in Raspberry Acres?
Not a whole lot as it turns out, but enough to warrant a moderately interesting update.

   

   

   

   

   

This park may or may not be fully completed and released before the end of the year. Chances of this happening are looking slimmer each week, but anything is possible.

As for 2019, here's an early look at a couple of the potential releases in their raw form, one of which will likely be my first full-scale CS park.

   

   

   

Now you're all caught up.
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#42
Moderately interesting?! Raspberry Acres is looking awesome! My favourite screen is certainly the water park screen focusing on the slides. So much delicious stuff to look at!
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#43
Raspberry Acres is looking great, love the custom plane and truck rides. The only thing that I don't particularly like is the color scheme on the Shoot-the-Chute, but that's probably just me.

Never expected to see an El-Loco built in RCT2, yet here we are with one that has a layout that's not half bad. Be great to see it finished.

Not sure if that Arrow Corkscrew coaster needs an MCBR, but it may be good to add one.

It all looks great so far though Terry, looking forward to more updates.
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#44
The water park doesn't look like it would be functional but since it's in ORCT2 who knows what could happen
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#45
With OpenRCT2, it's rather complicated to make working water slides without all sorts of tedious amounts of work. With or without moving bits, the water park area looks phenomenal to me still!
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#46
After a Christmas release on New Element, Raspberry Acres is now finally available for download on RCTgo!

https://rctgo.com/downloads/view/raspberry-acres.18730

In other news, Arizona's Oasis is only 49 years in*, but some minute progress has been made in the past couple weeks.

   

Not much has changed with Rattler, the Arrow looper, but the car ride beneath it finally has its track in place.
   

Support work has begun on X-Raptor, the B&M Wing Coaster.
   

The go-kart track has finally been put into place, albeit it isn't as distinctive as earlier models 
(see Thundering Sierra)
   

The final coaster is also in place, a Maurer-Sohne X-Car with its signature non-inverting loop.
   

And because I built this park, there's obviously going to be a built-in water park. 
   

   

More to see in the coming months.

*Wolf's Eye Forest was built in under 40 ingame years, so this is a prime example of how my approach to building has changed in just two years.
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#47
Although very early I like what you have so far. Perhaps a different color scheme would suite 'Rattler' more? I'm thinking some orange/black or some reddish color pallet to fit with the snake theme.
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