Saving Your Track
Jim "Red Phoenix" Chamberlin
Chances are you're fairly new to the
game if you're reading this, unless you never bothered to read the
game manual. You may wish to save your track design for a
few reasons, whether it be sharing with a friend, saving it to use
in another park, etc. Saving the design of the track isn't
a one-click method, however, and it does get new players confused
from what I've heard. Follow the instructions below, and you
will do just fine.
- Finish building your ride.
- Test the design for crash or stall
problems. You don't want your people to die or get hung
up upside down, do you?
- Open the ride window for your ride
after the coaster has made one, complete circuit.
- Click on the Game Options
button on the Toolbar. It's the one that looks like a Floppy
- Select Save Track Design
from the drop-down menu (see images below in article).
- Give the track a name, but leave
the .td4 file extension alone. (Nemesis.td4 is an example of a
- Choose Okay and it will be saved
for later use. You can find the track file using Windows
Explorer if you would like to send it to a friend.
|If the Save Track
Design option is grayed out like this one, then you obviously
didn't either test the coaster or didn't open the ride window.
||This is what you will
get if you've both tested the coaster and opened the ride window.