If you don't know about Schiff Wild Mouse, Wild Mouse was an mass-produced steel hybrid Wild Mouse coaster model that introduced by Miami roller coaster manufacturer, B. A. Schiff & Associates in 1956. the company was known for making Kiddie Coasters and Wild Mouse. It was installed at various parks like, Cedar Point, Coney Island (Ohio & New York), West Point Park, Marine Pier, Beech Bend, Riverview Park (Iowa and Chicago), Geauga Lake, Willow Grove Park, and other parks that have this.
But after 1959 Ben Schiff wrote the letter to Kennywood, he said that he was no longer producing large sized Wild Mouse in America.
In Britain, the same Wild Mouse model was manufacturer by Butlins, the company that B. A. Schiff sold all his materials to create the Wild Mouse coaster. They installed all Butlins funfair locations like, Littlehampton, Pwllheli, Minehead, Skegness, Filey, Bognor Regis, and Clacton.
But sadly around 1969 B. A. Schiff & Associates was now defunct and haven't built a new coaster since. The last one closed in the America was one at Hillbilly Town Park at Osage Beach in 1991 or 1992. And the last one closing in the world was one at Brean Leisure Park (now as Brean Theme Park). The ride was owned and operated by David Pickstone the guy who first rode this ride when he was a child at Littlehampton. Sadly, he was forced to closed down in 1997 due to his owner's financial problems. Nothing left the world but Abandoned amusement park named, Eagle Park at Cache, OK who still have Schiff Wild Mouse ride but never opened due to Wayne Gibson died of injuries while finalizing the ride in early 1980's.
With full acknowledgement that SchiffMouse has become an NE meme, X7123 is a benevolent god whos'ride-making motivation is not solely pleasing the NE hivemind and it's obscure niche uses, and that we all agree that test screen does in fact look awful - the Raptortrack is proving insanely useful for trackitecture purposes, and something skimpy like this would probably as well.
It aliases badly because the track is made of very thin rails that barely show up. The alpine coaster track I made would look better for this than the actual track does because it's almost the same thing with thicker rails. Even if this looked good I would never submit a PR for it, because the game has several variants on the wild mouse coaster already and this doesn't really add anything.
This is pretty much the exact opposite of the kind of ride I would want to add. Not very well known, not a very interesting addition, doesn't even look good.