Looking for a guide for Planet Coaster and how to build a working roller coaster, or how to create proper triggers? In this guide we’ll take a look at the basics and how to make stuff in Frontier Development’s game. Planet Coaster is out now for PC and runs for $44.99 on Steam.
If you’re here to learn how not to throw your riders off of your roller coaster rides, or how to keep them from loosing their apatite you came to the right place. In this guide folks will learn more than just a few tricks but the fundamental basics on building a proper coastal park with functioning rides.
There are a lot of advance features in Planet Coaster that can confuse players, which include triggers and how to get them to function correctly. They work similar to the trigger switches in Doom’s SnapMap feature, but if you’re unfamiliar with it there are some quick and easy steps to understand how they work thanks to some visual guides. So first, let’s take look at 10 things you might need during your early stages of the game, courtesy of Foxy Fern.
It’s likely that if you are new you don’t know how to get those triggers working, right? Well, there is a way to understand how to get them to work so that you can make rides function much better.
A quick video guide by Darkironphoenix details how to create working triggers.
Now that you know some basics behind the game and how to get your rides doing things that you probably would have spent hours trying to figure out, there is one last video to look over that teaches how to build a proper roller coaster. The new video explains block breaking and bank smoothing so that your rides are a lot more streamlined when in action, this video comes in by YouTuber Geekism.
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