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Covered Paths

Author/Contributors: Coaster Collins

Unfortunately, Chris Sawyer didn't include an actual "feature" to allow general paths to be covered.  So, I've found a fairly easy way to make it possible to cover up your paths.

  1. Start with flatland at level 6 (RCT height).
  2. Lower a strip of 5 squares to level 4.
  3. Raise water in that strip to level 5.
  4. You should now have a strip of water, five squares long, that is one level below 6 (5).
  5. Build a Boat Hire or Jet Ski station platform so that it is 5 long and it fills the water.
  6. Now set the station theme to abstract (make it light yellow for now).
  7. Now build a path (at level 6) which goes thru the station platform of the ride.
  8. You might not have know this but you can actually build paths only 1 above jet ski and Boat Hire track.
  9. Now your completed project should be a transluscent (yellow) tunnel which the peeps can walk through and you can see them through the "glass".

Here are a few examples of what you can make with this process.

 

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