"Magical Ryan" wrote:I know what you mean, I have just finished building my family coaster and it goes too slowly because of the height limit. It is possible, though.30ft is a bit small even for a family coaster.
"nemesiscrazy" wrote:Nice area Electricbill. I like the recreation of spinball whizzer and your family roller coaster great job. Not sure wether a large slide would fit in Alton, that is the sort of thing you find at Flambards, leaving that aside, a great area, well done.
"Matt.C""][quote=""nemesiscrazy" wrote:He just downloaded the Spinball Recreation from ATA or TN[/quote]Yes I did I and I wasn't pretending I hadn't. I made a slight change, though, by lowering the friction and speeding up the lift hill. The task didn't even mention Spinball Whizzer, I just decided to keep it in for my area. I hope it isn't considered against the rules 8-[I like the recreation of spinball whizzer.
"Ollie" wrote:I do believe Koopa-Troopa said you were allowed to download the Spinball recreation of Almanac?
Quote: ''If you want you can download a Spinball rec off Towers Nerd. :)''.
So surely ElectricBill hasn't broken the rules. :roll: #-o
"nemesiscrazy" wrote:I really understand why you gave me a warning, but I was never told I couldn't download anything. When Koopa-Troopa suggested to download it you didn't reply that it would be rule breaking. So, I thought that I could save time and concentrate on the task NemesisCrazy gave - to create your own themed area with a coaster that you built and add any extra non-thrilling flats - which I did. I didn't break any rules (that at the time I knew of) - no water rides, no thrilling flats, your coaster must not go over 30ft or under 20ft.Considering that you downloaded it from another web site and did not create it yourself you will be given a warning. I thought that the recreation of Spinball was good, however, it was not even yours. :roll: Two warnings and you are disqualified.