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Mick Diebold's Saved Games

Here is a collection of parks done by Mick Diebold (Mickbw51). All of the parks require Loopy Landscapes, unless otherwise noted.  The descriptions of each saved game were done by Mike Robbins.

1. Ancient Kingdoms 

Description:  Ancient Kingdoms is Micks final park from RCT 1 and this is his best work yet. There are two maps based upon Mayan, Aztec, and Incan civilizations of the ancient Central and South America's. There are nine great coasters between the two maps altogether.

Map 1 is the fuller of the two maps and has five of the nine coasters including the mini coaster, Camazotz's Revenge. It has an excellent course for a small coaster with a 55 foot first drop. Another great coaster is Journey of Balam, a monster of a floorless coaster with six inversions and a 9.61 excitement rating.

The second map is equally as impressive with four coasters including a hacked 4D coaster, a double looping shuttle coaster, an inverted coaster by Mike Robbins called La Pesadilla Azteca, and a wooden coaster called Quetzalcoatl. It has an impressive 9.49 excitement rating with 5,400 feet of track.

Mick had a great run with RCT 1 with his parks and RCT 2 should bring us more great parks from him in the near future.
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2. Hollywood Hills 
Description:  The Ogre has said it many times before that Mike Robbins does an awesome job with the theme in his parks. With Hollywood Hills this is very much evident, however it is not only him. Here we have the talents of three other great RCT themers and ride designers at work. And wow, what a park! First off your eyes will never get tired. You will see visual things that will just blow your eyeballs out from your head! Not only is the theme good, but the rides are as well. This park is a movie park, so you know it must not only have beautiful scenery, but also great thrilling rides. You will not be disappointed here either. The rides are quite spectacular. Ogre likes them all. His favorites are Blazing Saddles, a wooden twister with a wild west theme by Kai Reichman; A Bugs Life, a wonderland themed mini steel by Mike Robbins; The Golden Child, a unique Vekoma shuttle coaster built by Kai Reichman; Hidden Dragon and Crouching Tiger, two dueling inverted coasters done by Corkscrewed; Enter the Dragon, a cool Arrow corkscrew done by Mike Robbins; Indiana Jones Spectacular, a mine train done by Mick Diebold; Steel Raptor, a steel twister by Mike Robbins which is themed with a Jurassic park feel; and last but not least the river rapids ride. Everything is awesome. As you can see most of the rides Ogre loved!
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3. Medieval Springs

Description:  Medieval Springs is another great park full of various castles, coasters, and imagination. There are many hacks, landscaping, and other surprises to keep you occupied for a while. Mick has a gift at creating masterpieces and he doesn't disappoint you here. The two dueling coasters, The 'Light' Warder, and The 'Dark' Warder, are dueling inverted coasters with six inversions each and 9.25 and 9.09 excitement ratings respectively. Overall, this park shows Mick's trademark park making and skills as he has shown in his other parks.
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4. USA Blizzard Gardens
Description:  This park is a winter themed park with various different coasters and rides. It is a hard thing to accomplish using one main theme, but Mick does it well. This is in fact the best example of a winter park I have seen. The best coaster is Tundra Wolves, a twisting wooden coaster winding through snowy hills and trees. This park has many other wonderful surprises to look for and even includes a steel mine train coaster by Mike Robbins. This is also a peep friendly park like all of Mick's parks.
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5. USA Kingdom 2002
Description:  USA Kingdom 2002 is another great park by Mick. In this park, you will find two main themes, medieval and jungle. There are also many coasters, restaurants, and other attractions to look for as well as hacks and great landscaping. One of these coasters is called The Viper. It is a Bolliger & Mabillard inverted coaster with six big inversions. You can also find coasters like Merlin's Adventures, a vertical coaster with a 10.12 excitement rating and the imaginative Lost Jungle Safari Trek which runs on terrain alone. Overall, this park is a must download.
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