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5 times people took Tycoon games too far
Topic Started: Oct 10 2017, 06:07 PM (45 Views)
CJ
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Tycoon games can be great fun: you're given a set of tools with which to create your own city, or park, of whatever else the theme of the game is :P . The possibilities are practically endless, to the point where you're only really limited by your imagination. And, boy, do some people have imagination!

Case in point, these five:



For those of you who don't have time to watch the video, it features the following creations:
  • A recreation of Los Santos in Cities: Skylines;
  • A RollerCoaster Tycoon park crammed into a 13x13 space;
  • An assortment of creatively-shaped cities in Sim City 4;
  • An insanely long (if boring) roller coaster in RollerCoaster Tycoon 2;
  • A crazy spiral Mag-Lev train in OpenTTD.

I have to admit, as impressive as they all are, my favourite is the mini park, due to the sheer amount of smart packaging required for it! What are your thoughts on these - and do you have any to add yourself?
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Steve
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Well I don’t just think you’re limited by imagination... time too! Just think how long some of these would take to make or plan out!

Though they are very impressive! Particularly the Los Santos recreation!
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CJ
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Yeah, that too. Some of these must have been community projects: they'd be completely impossible for one person!

(Also, this reminds me, I should get back to my circular city in Cities: Skylines. Though, even that's nowhere near as impressive as the Los Santos recreation :P )
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