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The Balloon Stall is a stall available in all three Tycoon games. It sells balloons to guests in the park. Once they purchase a balloon, they will carry it in their hands, and will be clearly visible.Balloons Although it may boost their happiness for a while, it acts as a souvenir, and does not serve a functional purpose.

Usage

This stall is usually pretty popular, and can give a small profit if sold for around $1.50. In Sandbox Mode and No-Money parks, balloons can be used to identify the flow of guests around your path-system by selling different colored balloons at multiple stalls. Usually, a mix of colors along your paths is best.

Notes

  • Balloons were not colorable until the RollerCoaster Tycoon Expansion Packs were released. In RollerCoaster Tycoon, Balloons were only available in light blue. In RollerCoaster Tycoon and RollerCoaster Tycoon 3, light blue is the default color of balloons.
  • In the first and second versions of RollerCoaster Tycoon, guests would simultaneously let go of their balloons if the scenario successfully was completed.
  • In RCT and RCT2, guests will accidentally let go of balloons from time to time. Clicking on released balloons will make them pop (only able to be popped in RCT expansion packs and RCT2). Balloons are only ever lost in RCT3 when the guest leaves the park or when playing Mini Golf.
  • If you click on a balloon in RCT3 while a guest is holding it, the balloon pops, they will act surprised and may go buy another balloon. After a while though, guests may get upset.
  • If you put a guest in water while they are carrying a balloon, they will release it.
  • Balloons will rise to height 60 when let go, the maximum height, and after that, it will pop. When you click on a released balloon, it pops, too.
  • When you successfully complete a scenario, all your guests clap for you. When this happens, everyone who had a balloon lets go of it. The rising balloons remind of fireworks to celebrate mastering the scenario, especially when they pop quickly after another.
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