Deep in a forest, build a thriving theme park in a large cleared area.
Forest Frontiers is the first park on the Scenario list in RollerCoaster Tycoon. It is also the park used in the RollerCoaster Tycoon tutorial. Due to the fact that it's the easiest scenario to beat in the game, this scenario is often very popular with novice or beginner players who are not ready to attempt the more difficult scenarios.
The park can be expanded to the small pond on the far right from the park entrance, though it should not be required for winning this scenario, as there is already a lot of space and you only have one year available. You can expand after you beat the objective if you like to play after your goal is completed. There are a few mine themed objects near the pond, which are not available to build in this scenario.
You can read the Scenario Guide here.
One of these will be available while the other will need to be researched
- Stand-Up Steel Roller Coaster: Corkscrew
- Stand-Up Steel Roller Coaster: Half Loop
- Wooden Roller Coaster: Vertical Loop
- Wooden Roller Coaster: Water Splash
One of these will be available while the other two will need to be researched
- Shrubs and Bushes
- Tropical and Desert Trees
- Path Items
- Walls and Fences
- Statues and Fountains
- Forest Frontiers is one of the three parks that were included in the RollerCoaster Tycoon demo.
- The guests have 60-90 USD when entering the park.
Forest Frontiers as included in RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic is largely unaltered from the edition described above. Ride upgrades are not researched in RCT Classic. Instead all of the upgrades are incorporated into the ride when it is first made available. For example, the Wooden Roller Coaster begins with both Vertical Loop and Water Splash available to use. The Junior Roller Coaster begins with both Ladybird Trains and Log Trains while the Spinning Trains are never made available. The other differences in the Classic edition are limited to the lists of scenery and researched attractions. The scenario begins with five items of Mine Theming available: Broken Wheel, Barrel, Junk, Mine Hut, and Mine Shaft. Research occurs in the following order: Ferris Wheel, Log Flume, Information Kiosk, Looping Roller Coaster, Observation Tower, Dodgems, Suspended Swinging Coaster, Steeplechase, Fries Shop, Wooden Wild Mouse, Maze, Balloon Stall, Dinghy Slide, Chairlift, Cotton Candy Stall, Miniature Railway, Stand-Up Roller Coaster, Popcorn Stall, Pizza Stall, Space Rings, Virginia Reel, Circus. If research spending is set to maximum it will take until August 3, Year 3 for all research to be completed.
Forest Frontiers was remade twice for RCT3 by both Mike Worley and Cyclone. As a result, the scenarios received a little bit of a more difficult treatment; for instance, Cyclone's includes the original goal at one step, but also requires you to ramp it up to a higher number of guests and park rating, repay your loan in full, and satisfy a VIP guest to complete the Tycoon level of the scenario. Both remakes can be found here.
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