Nashville's Adventure

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Nashville's Adventure

Postby Crosshairs007 » Sun Jun 02, 2019 11:40 pm

August 1973

Hello. My name is Charlie Acree. I have been a businessman for years now. Recently, I have gotten interested in the amusement park industry after being influenced by the success of Disneyland. I was thinking “Hey, a certain city in Tennessee needs a successful amusement park”. It took me months and months, but I successfully purchased the land near Nashville. I went to the land today to check it out and I was amazed by the natural beauty of the land. There was a lake in the middle of it along with the little island. I cannot wait to see the process of my park. For now, here’s a couple of pictures from today.

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Re: Nashville's Adventure

Postby TheJewelOfJool » Mon Jun 03, 2019 10:51 am

I just had this idea a few days ago... I think you read my mind lol

Anyway, this looks promising! If I decide to get off my lazy butt and make my own story park and place it in Nashville, would you mind?

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Re: Nashville's Adventure

Postby Crosshairs007 » Mon Jun 03, 2019 10:23 pm

TheJewelOfJool wrote:I just had this idea a few days ago... I think you read my mind lol

Anyway, this looks promising! If I decide to get off my lazy butt and make my own story park and place it in Nashville, would you mind?


Thank you. I really don't mind it at all.
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Re: Nashville's Adventure

Postby Crosshairs007 » Wed Jun 05, 2019 5:19 pm

January 1974

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I have decided to visit the site today and were already making good progress on the entrance area. They will start working in other areas soon.

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Here’s a little pond that the guests will see when they first walk into the park. They haven’t installed the fountain yet.

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This is the guest relations building. The signages will be added very soon.

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Here’s the building where guest can buy tickets and they already installed the switchback. Hopefully, it will manage large crowds.

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I will end it off with the building where the guests can enter the park and the path that will lead to the plaza area.
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Re: Nashville's Adventure

Postby Crosshairs007 » Sat Jun 29, 2019 10:18 am

July 1974

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It’s been months since the last time I visited this site and a lot has changed from a few months ago. Apparently, the construction on this park is finishing faster than scheduled. The first change I noticed is the rest of the fences near the lake has been added.

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The buildings on the plaza is already completed the exterior work, they are working on the interior right now, but I will not show you the inside today.

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More pictures of the buildings in the plaza.

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I have plans to install a ride or two somewhere in either of those two areas.

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Here’s the view of the bridge and the main icon of the park. The Ferris Wheel.

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Welcome to the new area of the park. The church will be the main weenie of the area. On the side note, there will be a lot more trees implanted after the construction is done. Let’s take a tour of the new area.

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The general store and the flat ride of this area.

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One of the facades for the area.

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Here’s a restaurant that if Golden Corral had a baby with Crackle Barrel.

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Here’s the main attraction of the area known as Sasquatch. It is the tallest and fastest coaster in the world by the time it opens to the public. Here’s a couple of more pictures of Sasquatch to end off this update.

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Re: Nashville's Adventure

Postby Crosshairs007 » Tue Sep 03, 2019 11:41 pm

Authors Update 1

Hello everyone. It's been a while since the last update. There will be more coming soon but here's a few things I like to address.

I've been planning things and mostly working on a brand new area that you will see in the next update. I will have the picture preview and the logo below to see what's to come. Second reason is that recently my game itself has suffered a major slowdown due to my RAM almost being full, so I ordered the 16 GB RAM. It should come next week. Finally, for the release date of my next update could be either Late September or Early October.

Anyway, I hope everyone has a good day and I will see you for the next update.

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Re: Nashville's Adventure

Postby blk_mamba » Thu Sep 05, 2019 8:26 pm

great start look forward to seeing more. Looks like Dollywood will have a rival!

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Re: Nashville's Adventure

Postby Crosshairs007 » Sun Sep 15, 2019 2:20 pm

July 1974 Sequel

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Hello. I am about to take you on the exclusive tour of Sasquatch. The world’s tallest and fastest coaster when it opens in 1975. Let us begin with our entrance shed.

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This shed is where the guards used to be guarding the area where the facility is.

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We have now entered the restriced area

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Here’s the building where the scientists sleep and tracking the possible sasquatch down.

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Here’s the footprints where the family of campers discovered the roar of sasquatch. Here’s the rest of the pictures for the queue area.

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We’re still decorating the interior of the station, but here’s a preview.

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Here’s the view that you will see when you get off this ride.

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Here’s the final few pictures of Sasquatch. See you next time.
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