Park / Jurassic Park - Rampage

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  • posix%s's Photo


    The flood of old names coming back to the game is showing no signs of stopping. This time LL veteran Roomie returns to the community to get his first accolade in several years. Jurrasic Park - Rampage marks his third design, the other two being released back when dinosaurs actually did rule the earth. He also has two extremely fun peep friendly Spotlights: Snow Drop and Arnos Springs Resort. Roomie is also known for using the physics of RCT to create bizarre coaster variations, most notably the gravity defying shoestring coaster showcased in his Silver (formally known as Runner-Up) park Insania. Besides creating crazy RCT creations, he also has organized unique community projects in years past. The most successful were the three Revolution Projects which took the concept of micro parks to a whole new level. With such a prolific list of accomplishments, it's funny that for his latest accolade Roomie falls back on another one of his staple rides, the B&M hyper. Read on

  • rK_%s's Photo
    i feel like i went back in time with this one. its just classic, all the way around, i miss your style roomie, gimme more :D

    congrats on another one
  • nin%s's Photo

    i feel like i went back in time with this one.


    no pun, right?
  • Milo%s's Photo
    liked the layout but I didn't think it was your best, Roomie. Your style mixed with new codex tricks was a little messy but I liked the overall execution of things. I enjoyed the extra effort on the surroundings.

    Cool to see you playing again as well :)
  • Louis!%s's Photo
    Great stuff, I remember seeing parts of this a few years back, over at CoasterForce so it's nice to finally see it in complete form.

    Great choice of coaster type, we havent seen a B&M Hyper for a while. Great T-Rex too! All round this was a solid piece of LL work. Congratulations on design.
  • Roomie%s's Photo
    Hey guys
    Cheers for the comments.

    liked the layout but I didn't think it was your best, Roomie.

    I agree. I'm currently doing various things in RCT while evolving my style a bit. I feel my old style while still reasonably unique probably needs a bit of an overhaul to bring it up to the present. This was my first bit of work in a long time so I was still a bit rusty.

    I enjoyed using the codex though and came up with a few hacks i was quite proud of.

    Great stuff, I remember seeing parts of this a few years back, over at CoasterForce so it's nice to finally see it in complete form.

    Well it cant of been this ride as i only started this a bit over a month ago. But it was probably one of my now defunct projects from way back when.

    I'm enjoying playing the game again and i'm looking at alot of older parks as well as some of the new ones. Loopy and Spartans recent work has been very inspiring for ideas. Hopefully you'll see some more from me soon :)
  • Louis!%s's Photo

    Well it cant of been this ride as i only started this a bit over a month ago. But it was probably one of my now defunct projects from way back when.


    Yeah probably, I just really recognised the Monorail Structure from one of your topics over there. But as you said it's probably some of your old stuff :p
  • Milo%s's Photo
    i remember the dam and the monorail station with the loops... as well as a little pic of the hacked bumper car sections as awnings. It was those pics that actually really got me into fence stacking
  • Roomie%s's Photo
    They were all used to a certain extent in project Metro which i as of yet havent finished. The Monorail station especially was just lifted right out. Thats why you have seen a few of them before :)