^Brandons doesn't work. The one I have linked was the first one, and it does work. Its the one I use. However, you will need to do the underground thing if you want a support to take over that spot. (Look at the bobsled I made)
Another tip for any user
SAVE MORE THAN ONE FILE OR YOU WILL BE SCREWED!
Note, I just realized this tip for my park, and now I need to re-start the thing. I was going to surprise you all with a water themed park.
Also, its best to give very trustworthy friends your park hear and there, or put it on a flash drive, in case something pretty bad happens. Trust me when I was using a really crappy computer, it completely shut down every month or too. I recommenced this to anyone who has a crappy computer.
When making NCS Parks, try to become as imaginative as you can. With wooden coasters, heartlined, Virginia reels, and bobsleds as well as any other ride can help you make roofs, buildings, and objects.
Try to avoid clones, they tend to be "filler" and un-original. I mean using one that is highly rated such as an impulse is alright hear and there, but adding 2 boomerangs, and 5 slcs is just annoying.
Remember nobody is lesser than you, and never will be. If you play a lot and listen to advice from what other people will have to say, then you will progress. As well take some of there style, and eventually you will come up with your own style.
NEVER, NEVER and I mean NEVER overhack your rides, or its surroundings to an extream (ignore mt.tool, and height max) Your ride can become glitched to an extream, and you may loose the file that you have.
Try to throw in a kiddie/family section in the park. Add a coaster below 15ft will help too. Small coasters are normally crowd grabbers though, so don't add so many.
If you want to learn how to get better in the game, try to capture a few different styles, by coping rides, scenery, terrain, or anything else.
Remember if you make a park with a Spider Pig ride, Chuck Norris ride, and a bacon ride, you park is instantly good no matter who you are.
When making a timeline park, try to do re-themes here and there (DBRU!)
Interactive coasters are easier to make if there below 100ft.
For a ride like Fahrenheit, its better off just forgetting merging it, but a ride like Maverick would make more sense than one that focus's on inversions.
-Matthew "someones going to make baconorrispig land I know it!" K.
In all honesty, I hate this username.