> >There is one thing that gives hope. Most of the time if one demo-group
> >releases a cool new effect, every other group clones the idea and
> >wants to do it better and more perfect. So maybe we'll see a realtime
> >simulation of Magnum XL-200 or Desperado or perhaps another
> >Schwartzkopf in a few months... I'll keep this newsgroup informed.
> If only we could interest those guys in creating a new coaster design program or at the
> very least a program to play back Disney Coaster designs. Hmm. Their E-Mail is
> included with the demo, maybe we should all E-Mail them and encourage them to do this.
> I know I'd be willing to pay a shareware fee for something like that...
> What do you all think?
> If you want to forward a note of encouragement to me I'll collect them and forward a
> package off to them...
I already contacted "Pascal" via email (the coder of the 3D routine
and designer of the track). I did not yet go that far to ask him for a
construction set, but I try to convince him to do more of that stuff
and remove some quirks. There is a final version of "Toasted" pending
and hopefully we will get a cool secret part which will us some
controls (I will not talk more about that because it is going to be a
By the way: He did not know that there are Coaster Clubs all over the
world and I had to tell him what a true coaster enthusiast is. He
laughed at the idea of visiting 12 amu***t parks in 10 days and
riding 49 different coasters in that time... (-:
Andreas "Goonie" Schildbach
Ride more roller-coasters!