Giving an update from the isometric viewpoint. The water park is going to be completely redone so I don't see any harm in showing what I had built before.
This is Aquaworks 1.0, a bit empty and just didn't suit the park to my liking. As such, I've decided to scrap this part of the park and start it over.
The rest of the pictures are of the rides in the park. Not much work has been done as I tend to play sporadically, adding minor things every now and then.
I wasn't the biggest fan of the park entrance for a while, but it's really started to grow on me. it looks nice and it's a great indicator of the contents of the park.
Riptide sits just beyond the entrance welcoming guests into the park.
Just past Riptide is the stand-up known as Jungle Warrior. It doesn't look like much right now, but it will feel like a full fledged attraction to the park once I can get the theming done.
The boardwalk offers two rides. The giant wheel and Windstorm. Many of the buildings need a makeover and That's something that I have high on my "to do" list for the park. Also visible is Windstorm's pre-lift tunnel
Now we get to the most complete area of the park thus far, the Deep Jungle. It offers a wide variety rides from Panther to Tropical Plunge to Tiki Twirler. The area even gets some interaction from Windstorm!
Shockwave sits above the next area near the teacups and the water park's entrance. It serves a great purpose to the park in that not every coaster needs to be large in order to fit in.
Not far off in the same area, Bird of Paradise dominates the park's skyline. Not shown is the second half of the layout with the interlocking corkscrews and a turnaround around the drop tower. I'll be doing some experimenting to see if I can get the pacing of the coaster on point. I still have a few problems to work out with it.
I'll end things off with a full overview of the park. It's progressed pretty far from the stretch of path that I had little idea what to do with at the time.
For reference, this is the first image that I showed of the "park."
Something witty to distract you from what I actually say.