2008

Summer Showdown: Round 3.

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The third and final challenge is here. Contestants must create a water based tracked ride that tells a story to the public. No ancient temples, Indiana Jones, or jungle themes can be used to spice things up a bit. Requirements: Must have a track No roller soaker, or wooden coaster allowed. Indoor and outdoor portions… Read more »

2008

Old Spice's Custom Paths!

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Now, these aren’t necessarily custom scenery, but it qualifies as it, because it requires modifying to your game. It’s basically a texture pack for paths to add that realistic flare to your in-game ugly paths. I can’t show a picture because there are just too many good ones, and teasers in the thread. So go… Read more »

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2008

Summer Showdown Round Two Extended!

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Due to some complications with a few teams, round two of the Summer Showdown has been pushed back until this Wednesday. I hope that it’s enough time for the teams to get their entries in! Let’s keep routing for them, and be sure to vote when the time comes. Follow the thread here: http://ataricommunity.com/forums/showthread.php?t=652189 

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2008

Summer Showdown – Round 2

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It’s time for challenge 2! This challenge’s requirements are as follows: Asian/African Themed Area (with a name) Rides w/connecting paths (no stray rides) themed accordingly Make it feel like a park with shops, and seating areas The area does NOT have to be filled (don’t leave rides spread out) Ride rules: First must be from Thrill… Read more »

2008

Now with Gravatar support!

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For those who don’t know what Gravatars are, they are Globally Recognized Avatars. That means, whatever blogs you post on with gravatar support, your “profile image” will show up. Just check the comments on this to test it, or view an example of what mine looks like! Happy posting. In other news, voting should be… Read more »