Login or Register to Hide This Ad
Mar 30, 2011
215
428
63
#3
Just this morning I was working on my Drachen Fire recreation! Thankfully there seem to be a lot more good photos of DF out there than there used to be.
 
Mar 30, 2011
215
428
63
#5
The support structure for the lift hill has been the biggest pain in the ass so far. I wanted to do it as a 1:1 recreation but I think I'm gonna have to settle for "close enough". I'll upload some pics when I've made a bit more progress!
 
Jul 18, 2015
582
787
93
#7
Is it just me or are they making too many DLC's(for the price that they are). Seriously, if you bought the game and all the DLC's right now, it would cost around $100. Don't get me wrong, it is a brilliant and absolutely beautiful game, but still, its getting quite pricey.
 

lce729

I've given up contributing in a beneficial manner
Jan 5, 2018
528
827
93
#9
I would be fine with the level of expansions required if it was an actual roller coaster design software with simulation. It's still technically a game, so they need to tread lightly with how much they charge extra for stuff that arguably could've or should've been in the base game.
 

lce729

I've given up contributing in a beneficial manner
Jan 5, 2018
528
827
93
#14
I think he was asking if it is available on Mac, not if his Mac could run it. Some steam games only run on Windows regardless.

To answer your question @cspencer715 , Planet Coaster required Directx11, which is currently not supported by Mac. So unless you're a genius who can essentially create a port of d11, Planet Coaster only runs on Windows PC.
 
Login or Register to Hide This Ad