[RCT2] Timberwood Park

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Re: [RCT2] Timberwood Park

Postby HowieP » Fri Aug 10, 2018 4:53 pm

Ben Reed finally announced the new coaster coming to Timberwood for the 1983 season. It would be a first of its kind in the US. The new coaster is called Blaze! and it's the US's first stand-up roller coaster. Built by Japanese company, TOGO, Blaze! contains one vertical loop and airtime hills. Guests at the park loved the new one-of-a-kind coaster at Timberwood.
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Blaze!, the new coaster for the 1983 season.
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Passing through the camera for a picture.
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Near Blaze! is a new restaurant called Blazin' Treats.
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Last year's addition, Sky Deck, is going strong.
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Blaze! in all of its glory.
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People are enjoying the new rides at Timberwood.

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Re: [RCT2] Timberwood Park

Postby HowieP » Sun Aug 12, 2018 1:28 pm

1984 saw the addition of another thrill ride in Crazy Psylo. It spins around and tilts while leaving the riders stuck to the outside wall as it spins very fast and tilts. Plus the slats that the riders lay on goes up and down. The centrifugal force keeps then to the slat as the ride spins. People flocked to the new ride for the new season at Timberwood.
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1984 saw the addition of Crazy Psylo.
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Last year's addition, Blaze!, is going plenty strong.
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Still very popular is PowerLoop, Timberwood's original looping machine.
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Also still popular is the park's original roller coaster, Patriot, which is an airtime machine!
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The log flume continues to get steady riders.
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Let's look at the park's carousel, another opening day attraction.
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Timberwood continues to grow!

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Re: [RCT2] Timberwood Park

Postby HowieP » Tue Aug 14, 2018 5:32 pm

As 1985 rolls around just in time for the tenth anniversary of the park, Timberwood receives a Sellner Tilt-A-Whirl. Ben Reed, park owner, also announces that the Maze, an opening day attraction, would be demolished at the end of the season to make room for a huge addition to the park.
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New for 1985, a carnival/amusement park classic, the Tilt-A-Whirl.
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Riders line up for a ride on Blaze!, the stand-up roller coaster.
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Last year's addition, Crazy Psylo, is spotty at best with riders.
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PowerLoop, on the other hand, continues to receive steady ridership.
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Of course, Patriot is always popular with guests.
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You have one last time to go through the Maze before it's gone for good.
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The Chairlift continues to be a popular way to get to the other side of the park.
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Guests cannot wait to see what will be taking the Maze's place next year.

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