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RCT Classic on steam IS good! Please find a way to get OpenRct perks running on RCT Classic instead on RCT2
reddit.com/r/openrct2 | 2021-04-18
OpenRCT2 already does (mostly) work with RCT Classic. The setup is a bit more complex as you need to copy some files around so that they're in the right place for OpenRCT2 to read. You can read the guide on setting OpenRCT2 up with RCT Classic here.
10 kilometers of steel, $200k to build. Rate this abomination
reddit.com/r/rct | 2021-04-17
Saw this in the patch notes and I’m completely on board with the entertainer’s mindset
reddit.com/r/rct | 2021-04-13
Here's the issue - this bug was not present in vanilla.
Is there a sandbox mode.
reddit.com/r/openrct2 | 2021-04-12
Kind of, but apparently it's a bit buggy. It's located in the Cheats menu (in "Park Cheats").
Hi. I want to buy an RCT because i want to know like ut but I can't devide 1 and 2? Which is better? Searched on google but didn't find anything.
reddit.com/r/rct | 2021-04-02
but like other people said, get RCT1+2 on GoG then use http://openrct2.io to play them
reddit.com/r/rct | 2021-03-27
On Chromebooks you can enable access to the underlying Linux, then you can follow steps in https://github.com/OpenRCT2/OpenRCT2/wiki/Installation-on-Linux-and-macOS#installing-the-game
Are there still those limitations in Open where you cant place too many types of rides/attractions or too many attractions in general?
reddit.com/r/openrct2 | 2021-03-24
Still there for now: https://github.com/OpenRCT2/OpenRCT2/wiki/Increasing-of-game-limits
Mobile/Tablet version of OpenRCT2
You can download the Android build from here. You will need to copy the RCT2 assets on to your device, see the Github wiki for details.
OpenRCT2 v0.3.3 “Society for Putting Things on Top of Other Things” released!
If you're using a 64-bit Windows (which is the most commonly used), then you want this download: https://github.com/OpenRCT2/OpenRCT2/releases/download/v0.3.3/OpenRCT2-0.3.3-windows-installer-x64.exereddit.com/r/rct | 2021-03-13
You can download OpenRCT2 v0.3.3 here. You can also find the full changelog there.
Custom Zoom Options in OpenRCT2?
Sounds like https://github.com/OpenRCT2/OpenRCT2/issues/14299
reddit.com/r/openrct2 | 2021-03-16
New OpenRCT2 release coming up - help us test
reddit.com/r/rct | 2021-03-12
Here is the changelog: https://github.com/OpenRCT2/OpenRCT2/blob/develop/distribution/changelog.txtreddit.com/r/rct | 2021-03-12
You can report any bugs to our bug tracker ( https://github.com/OpenRCT2/OpenRCT2/issues , make sure to check if the bug was reported before if you report it there) or by commenting here. If possible, please also upload an affected save.
I'm getting this error when trying to place two pre-built Looping Coaster designs: Bumble Bee and Deep Freeze
reddit.com/r/openrct2 | 2021-03-05
A bug in the original game was fixed in OpenRCT2 to prevent situations like this one (OpenShinx), but the new geometry rules ended up breaking a few pre-built rides. There's discussion about where to go from here.