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One way some roller coaster enthusiasts find to visit theme parks from their own home is too explore recreations made from the hit video game Roller Coaster Tycoon, where fellow players have recreated famous theme parks.  Here is where you will find the best recreations on the world wide web.  Each theme park recreation includes several screenshots for your viewing judgment and pleasure as well as a rating out of ten points, with ten being the best.


Also noted are the qualifications needed to view each park.  Since Roller Coaster Tycoon features two expansion packs, Corkscrew Follies (CF) and Loopy Landscapes (LL), some parks have been made using one but not the other.  Most of the newer recreations will require Loopy Landscapes or RCT 2.


Furthermore, to view the recreations that require Loopy Landscapes, you must have the Drexler Patch installed onto your computer, or else you will be unable to explore the recreation, due to RCT's anti-cheat programming.  Finally, each download is a .ZIP file, so please be sure you have WinZip before downloading these parks.


Theme Park: Cedar Point 2000

Creator: Greg Reese

Rating: 7.3/10

Requires: Corkscrew Follies


This was one of the first great park recreations.  Greg Reese does as good of a job as one can scaling all the rides and attractions of this great park into the allotted space.  The park does feature wide paths, so if it is opened, guests may easily become lost.



Theme Park: Hersheypark 2001

Creator: Greg Reese

Rating: 8.2/10

Requires: Corkscrew Follies


It's amazing how, in some parts of the park, the theming is so extraordinary that a viewer may not notice that this park was made without the benefits and advances of the Loopy Landscape expansion pack!  This version features popular thrill rides like Wildcat, Lightning Racer, and The Great Bear.






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