Marcel Vos once built a roller coaster in Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 which took 232 days to complete. In real time. Now he has made one that lasts 18 times.
Exactly. If nothing else, Vos built a virtual machine that employs 12 years to complete a tour. Note that this is the calculated time; Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 himself is 17 years old; this coaster, the game and his PC should have been running since Nancy Pelosi was first appointed Speaker of the House to actually do a spin.
In the video of 10 minutes above (spied on by PCGamer and PCGamesN) that looks like a snap of fingers given the stakes, Vos explains how he built the lap ̵
This means that Vos traps 31 cars in a tiny, separate loop, and everyone has to wait for a car to complete the gigantic 232-day track before advancing a small incremental teenager. That smaller race is over after 20 laps (the RCT2 maximum). That equates to 600 laps on the largest structure. A ride on that thing, I could add, is 204 years of play and 27 days. So it's not like people on the biggest lap are having a party.
C & # 39; is a link to a save file in the YouTube video description (appropriately, titled "12 Years of Suffering") if you want to see this monstrosity for yourself. It takes the crime of sim torture to a new scary minimum. "For now, I can not find a way to beat this record, but who knows what is possible," said Vos.