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    Roller Coaster Tycoon 3: Soaked!
    New additions to the game
    This FAQ is not meant to help you beat any scenarios, help you design any 
    breathtaking coasters, slides, or parks, and will not give you much advice on 
    how to play the game.  All it is is a list of the new items and features that 
    are added in the expansion.  Anything else, I’m not worrying about, I’d rather 
    play the game.  This is for people like me who want to know what’s in it before
    they buy, even though I ended up getting it anyway.  So then, on to what 
    everyone’s waiting for, the new rides in Soaked!
    Version History:
    V 0.5  (July 12, 2005)  First version, contained most of the info
    V 0.52 (July 14, 2005)  Removed Splash Boats, added Spin Doctor and Water 
    			Transport, added a description and some comments, and
    			one more site allowed to host
    V 0.67 (July 23, 2005)  Added a few more descriptions to the thrill ride and 
    			junior ride sections
    Table of Contents
    1)	Roller coasters
    2)	Junior Rides
    3)	Thrill rides
    4)	Water rides
    5)	Gentle rides
    6)	Transport rides
    7)	Other Rides
    8)	Stalls
    9)	Scenery
    10)	Pools!
    11)	Pool slides and rides
    12)	Other stuff changed
    ***Roller coasters*** Roller coasters*** Roller coasters*** Roller coasters***
    As the game’s name says, there’re a lot of coasters in game.  Here’s the new 
    ones that soaked added, assuming I didn’t miss any (or add any in by mistake).  
    You have the coasters name, its in game description (more are coming, I just 
    wanted to get something done instead of writing down every description in one 
    sitting), its listed price that you will never get, and any comments I have on
    that type of ride.  I will not be giving info on the pre-mades, so don’t ask.
    If you want an FAQ on them, feel free to write one.
    Name:  Alpine Coaster
    In-game description:  A fast moving toboggan ride.
    Price: $1,700 and up
    My comments: It appears that this ride is designed for two stations – one at 
    the top of a hill, and one at the bottom.  Guests board at the top, ride down, 
    and get off.  The cars then ride back to the top, empty, and are prepared to 
    go back down.
    Name:  Flying coaster
    In-game description:  Riders are held in comfortable seats below the track, 
    traveling through twisted track to give the ultimate flying experience.
    Price:  $4,950 and up.
    My comments: N/A
    Name:  Giant Flume
    In-game description:  A modern water ride with steep freefall drops from 
    incredible heights.  Designed to be placed in a water body.
    Price:  $3,950 and up.
    My comments: It appears as though this ride actually has to drop into a body of
    water to work.  It does not contain water as part of its construcion.
    Name:  Glider Coaster
    In-game description:  A custom lift section with a rotating column carries the
    car to the top of the lift hill.
    Price:  $4,500 and up
    My comments: N/A
    Name:  Half-Pipe Coaster
    In-game description:  A coaster based around a skateboarding half pipe.
    Price:  $2,650 and up
    My comments:  Although this is a pretty simple ride, it is also very compact,
    and comparatively cheap.  If you have a small amount of space, and need to
    add a coaster, this may be a good choice.
    Name:  Hershey’s Stormrunner
    In-game description:  
    Price:  $9,750 and up
    My comments:  The games stats make this ride look much better than it is.  It’s
    just a magnetic launched coaster.
    Name:  Lay-down Coaster
    In-game description:  Riders are held in a special harness in a lying down 
    position, traveling through twisted track and inversions either on their backs 
    or facing the ground.
    Price:  $4,000 and up
    My comments:  N/A
    Name:  Mini Suspended Flying Coaster
    In-game description:
    Price:  $3,550 and up
    My comments:  N/A
    Name:  Roller-Soaker
    In-game description:  Guests riding this coaster are able to drop a tank of 
    water onto peeps on the ground below.
    Price:  $4,500 and up
    My comments:  This one could definitely have potential in a park, especially, 
    if the designs are better than the one at Hershey’s.  Plus, supposedly, when in
    the Coaster cam, you get control of the water, and can soak guests yourself.
    Name:  Sea Serpent Shuttle
    In-game description:  
    Price:  $4,150 and up
    My comments:  A reverse incline coaster, with an Atlantis theme.  It does have 
    some interesting elements, and looks cool with the head and tail pieces.
    Name:  Sky Rider Coaster 
    In-game description: A specially constructed mini-suspended coster with a 
    vertical lift section, and rotating car.
    Price:  $2,400 and up
    My comments:  Very compact, as you don't need to find space for a lift hill,
    but still limited in what it can do.
    Name:  Turbo Bikes
    In-game description:
    Price:  $3,550
    My comments:  N/A
    Name:  White Water Rapids
    In-game description:
    Price:  $2,400 and up
    My comments:  What River Rapids should be.  Sloping turns, wide tracks, 
    obstacles, and awesome waterfalls.  If they could do this, why bother with the 
    other one?
    ***Junior Rides*** Junior Rides*** Junior Rides*** Junior Rides*** 
    It should be Junior Ride, as they only added one.  To make it even worse, what 
    they added isn’t a new ride, nor is a new theme of an old ride.  Even so, here
    it is…
    Name:  Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
    In-game Description:  A whirling and rotating ride themed as Reese's Peanut
    Butter Cups.
    Area: 4x4
    Price:  $360
    Excitement:  1.73
    Intensity:  1.57
    Nausea: 2.52
    My Comments:  Just Teacups with a new look.  Still generic themed, so no 
    advantage for either of them.  Guess it comes down to which one you like 
    better.  Actually, Teacups have nearly twice the Excitement, so use it instead.
    ***Thrill Rides*** Thrill Rides*** Thrill Rides*** Thrill Rides***
    Probably the second largest set of new features in the expansion.  Yeah, there
    may be more new coaster types (I haven’t counted, but I doubt it matters), but 
    you won’t use all of them.  These, you’ll use a lot.  They tend to be very 
    efficient sources of income, and valuable additions to your park.  
    In-game descriptions will be coming.
    Name:  Aileron
    In-game description:  An exciting whirly ride with guests riding in suspended
    Area:  6x6
    Price:  $530
    Excitement:  2.87
    Intensity:  2.39
    Nausea:  2.56
    My Comments:  In real life, riders can adjust the wings to change altitude.  
    Haven’t tried to see if peeps do that yet.  Actually, the movements are 
    automatic in the game.
    Name:  Discus
    In-game description:  Guests are swung around on a giant rotating disc.
    Area:  13x7
    Price:  $1,262
    Excitement:  4.21
    Intensity:  4.90
    Nausea:  6.30
    My Comments:  Basically just a revolution with seats on the outside of the 
    ring.  I need to check excitement to see if the larger size gives any benefits.
    Actually, it does have a higher excitement and lower nausea, so it may be
    worth it.
    Name:  Disko
    In-game description:  A spinning disc with seats that goes along a railed 
    Area:  3x7
    Price:  $550
    Excitement:  3.61
    Intensity:  5.06
    Nausea:  5.10
    My Comments:  I get sick just looking at this.  You sit in a bowl, which spins 
    while going up and down a half pipe.  Ugh.
    Name:  Double Skywheel
    In-game description:  A twin version of the huge rotating SkyWheel ride.
    Area:  5x7
    Price:  $1,200
    Excitement:  1.66
    Intensity:  5.12
    Nausea:  5.20
    My Comments:  I think the single Skywheel had a better excitement, so you 
    probably want to use that.  Actually, it has a slightly higher excitement, but
    still low, so not real useful.
    Name:  Giant Slide
    In-game Description:  Peeps slide down a smooth plastic surface.
    Price:  500 and up
    My Comments:  Build your own big sliding board.  It is custom, but just how 
    high you want to go.
    Name:  Gyrator
    In-game description:  A rotating and tumbling vomit-inducing ride.
    Area:  7x7
    Price:  $623
    Excitement:  3.71
    Intensity:  3.96
    Nausea:  3.56
    My Comments:  From what I’ve seen, just a Twister that has the cars flip 
    upside down too.  According to the games description, you should probably have 
    a janitor waiting outside the exit.
    Name:  Kaos
    In-game description:  Seats on the outside of a spinning and pivoting disc
    Area:  5x4
    Price:  $820
    Excitement:  3.65
    Intensity:  5.03
    Nausea:  6.20
    My Comments:  Enterprise, only the seats spin now.  Hopefully, it doesn’t have 
    the problem some real ones do where the restraints open randomly for no good 
    Name:  Octopus
    In-game description:  Three pairs of seats rotate at the end of octopus arms.
    Area:  5x5
    Price:   $514
    Excitement:  2.21
    Intensity: 1.92
    Nausea:  2.08
    My Comments:  Basically, a Twister with five arms instead of three.  However, 
    it is themed, so it is better in your new water parks.
    Name:  Parachute Drop
    In-game description:  Guests ascend and descend a tall tower in a parachute-
    style gondola.
    Area:  7x7
    Price:   $590
    Excitement:  3.41
    Intensity:  2.58
    Nausea:  3.02
    My Comments: Another basic thrill ride, but cars function individually, 
    so you won't waste seats on a half load.
    Name:  Pounding Surf
    In-game description:  Guests are swung every which way on a rolling suspended
    Area:  9x7
    Price:  $420
    Excitement:  3.51
    Intensity:  3.11
    Nausea:  3.36
    My Comments:  Themed Top Spin with water jets.  Great addition to the park.
    Name:  Power Boat
    In-game description:  A special themed simulator showing a power boat movie.
    Area:  4x4
    Price:  $460
    Excitement:  3.41
    Intensity:  4.36
    Nausea:  3.56
    My Comments:  Themed motion simulator, and it splashes, adding extra water 
    Name:  Rip Tide
    In-game description:  A whirling and rotating ride
    Area:  4x4
    Price:  $440
    Excitement:  3.21
    Intensity:  4.36
    Nausea:  5.56
    My Comments:  Disk spins backwards, while tilting toward the sides.  Nice, 
    simple addition to any park.
    Name:  Sky Swing
    In-game description:  A huge swinging ride giving the sensation of flying.
    Area:  11x34 
    Price:  $1,400
    Excitement:  4.57
    Intensity:  5.12
    Nausea:  6.40
    My Comments:  The giant bungee thing that most parks charge about 15 dollars 
    for.  It is huge for just a thrill ride, so it may not be worth using, even 
    though it is popular.  Not to be confused with the Sky Sling, that was in the 
    original release
    Name:  Spin Doctor
    In-game description:  Eight pairs of seats attached to either end of a long
    rotating arm.
    Area:  13x4
    Price:  $596
    Excitement:  4.81
    Intensity:  4.39
    Nausea:  5.78
    My Comments.  Two cars on either end of a very long pole.  Ride if you dare.
    ***Water Rides*** Water Rides*** Water Rides*** Water Rides*** Water Rides***
    Strangely enough, there’s only one new water ride in the expansion.  However, 
    that’s because the game only considers boat rentals to be water rides, and 
    other rides, even if they use water, are classified differently.
    Name:  Windsurfer
    My Comments:  A new boat to rent.  Basically, a surfboard with a sail.  
    If you use water rides, it’s pretty cool.
    *** Gentle Rides*** Gentle Rides*** Gentle Rides*** Gentle Rides***
    Three new rides here, and all can be customized.  One, you build yourself, 
    the other two you can change the shows.  
    Name:  Aquarium
    Price: $1,000 and up
    Parts:  In addition to pathways, you get five tanks – A Manta tank, 
    a Shark tank, a Round tank, a Double tank, and a Surface tank.
    My comments:  A fun ride to play around with.  The tanks have tunnels through 
    them, and the Coaster Cam is fun here too.  However, it is large for a gentle 
    ride, although it has a nausea of 0.
    Name:  Dolphin Show
    Area:  5x7
    Price: $940
    My Comments:  First off, it needs to be built in water.  Very deep water.  If 
    you find a lake deep enough, you start with two tricks in your show.  By going 
    into the mixmaster, you can add other tricks, as well as choreographing them 
    with Fireworks, lasers, waterspouts, and music.  Some tricks must be researched
    before they can be used.
    Name:  Killer Whale Show
    Area:  5x7
    Price: $980
    My comments:  About the same as the Dolphin show.  However, you have a 
    different selection of tricks, and the whale is cooler in my opinion.
    *** Transport Rides*** Transport Rides*** Transport Rides*** Transport Rides***
    Name:  Hop-on Hop-off Trams
    In-game description:  An easy to catch tram.
    My Comments:  N/A
    Name:  Water-based Transport
    In-game Description:
    My Comments:  Basically a Ferry system.  You build the stations, and the game 
    figures out the best path for the boats to get to the next one.  You do not 
    have a track, so you can build through the path, just so long as there is a
    way for the ferrys to go.  At least two different types of cars - a motor boat
    and a turtle.
    *** Other Rides*** Other Rides*** Other Rides*** Other Rides*** Other Rides***
    Name:  Hershey’s Kissing Tower
    My Comments:  A redone observation tower.  Just like the Peanut Butter Cups, 
    your preference as to which one you prefer.  However, in this case, the Kissing
    Tower is far more expensive.
    *** Stalls*** Stalls*** Stalls*** Stalls*** Stalls*** Stalls*** Stalls*** 
    A few new stalls, mainly meant to go with your water-parks.  One new food 
    stand, to go with the Hershey’s material in the expansion.  All item prices 
    are default, and can be changed just like other item stalls.  All new stalls 
    are $250.  Most sell based on the type of peep, having different prices for 
    Children, Teens, and Adults.
    Name:  Hershey’s Stall
    Inventory:  	Small Bag of Hershey Kisses @ $0.40
    		Regular Bag of Hershey Kisses @ $0.60
    		Large Bag of Hershey Kisses @ $0.80
    		X-Large Bag of Hershey Kisses @ $0.90
    My Comments:  Generic stall, so your choice.  Toppings are Crushed Nuts and 
    Name:  Inflatable Stall
    Inventory:  	Child Inflatable @ $1.85
    		Teen Inflatable @ $2.15
    		Adult Inflatable @ $2.25
    My Comments:  A must for a water park, as it will definitely help increase pool
    business.  You can pick what colors are available for purchase, but each peep 
    will chose their own.  Male and Female have different Inflatables, but they 
    cost the same for each age.
    Name:  Sun Cream Stall
    Inventory:	4 SPF Suntan Lotion @ $0.90
    		15 SPF Suntan Lotion @ $1.10
    		50 SPF Suntan Lotion @ $1.30
    My Comments:  Almost a must have in any park, as guest now have a sunburn 
    meter, which probably does affect their happiness.  
    Name:  Sun Glass Stall
    Inventory:  Sunglasses @ $0.80, $0.90, and $1.00 based on age.
    My Comments:  Probably the least important of the water stalls, but if you
    have it, you should probably build one anyway.
    Name:  Swimsuit Stall
    Inventory: 	Swimsuits @ $2.50, $4.00, and $5.00, based on age
    		Quality Swimsuits @ $2.80, $4.40, and $5.80, based on age
    My Comments:  Don’t even think about building a pool without one of these.  
    Your guests don’t bring their own, so no stall, no swimming.  As a side note, 
    this is why stalls should not be shaped like what they sell.
    ***Scenery***Scenery***Scenery***Scenery***Scenery*** Scenery*** Scenery***
    First off, you have two new themes.  Atlantis is an antique, ruin-like theme, 
    with several Greek-like items.  Paradise Island is a stereotypical set of beach
    resort scenery.  I believe that White Water Rapids and Sea Serpent Shuttle are 
    Atlantis themed, and Octopus, Pounding Surf, and Power Boat are Paradise 
    Island, although I haven’t been able to confirm that yet.  There’re also a few 
    new items, which I’ll go into detail on.  I’m not going to list what is in the 
    new themes, as that would take two long.
    Jumping Fountains are $0.50 per square.  They go on pathways, and bounce a 
    stream of water from one fountain to another.  For 50 cents, they really boost 
    guest opinion, so it is definitely worth putting some in.
    Loudspeakers are $3.00 a piece.  They go on the edge of paths, just like 
    benches and trash cans.  They allow you to play music from a location other 
    than a ride station.  Supposedly, they can be synchronized, but I haven’t 
    figured out how yet.
    Passport Machines are $2.00 a piece.  They go on the edge of the path.  Guests 
    receive a passport card at the gate (Whether you have the machines or not), and
    when they collect enough stamps from visiting the machines, they win a free 
    prize.  These are a good way to get guests to visit remote portions of your 
    Water Cannons are $5.00 a piece.  They go on the edge of a path.  Guests can 
    use these to spray other guests.  Guests enjoy using them, but hate getting 
    hit.  The best way to use one would be to combine a group with a Roller-Soaker,
    but keeping it away from other attractions.  These will kill your pool 
    populations, ironically.  I had a pool go from 120 guest to 30 in minutes 
    after adding a few cannons nearby.
    *** Swimming Pools*** Swimming Pools*** Swimming Pools*** Swimming Pools***
    What everyone wants to know about, which is why it is at the end.  After all, 
    you wouldn’t have read anything else if this was at the front, would you?  
    But now, onto building your very own pool complexes.
    The first step is to build a pool.  You have four choices of edge – smooth 
    edges, diagonals, tight curves, and smooth curves.  Choose whichever you 
    like, and lay out a pool.  You can build a pool in any shape you choose, with 
    islands and other options.  After building your pool, lay out some deck on the 
    outside, so you can add equipment into your complex.  
    Items for your deck:
    Lifeguard Chair - $100.  No obvious benefits, but it probably give guests 
    security and increases your business.
    Pool Lamp - $5.00 Just a lamp, only it can be built in your pool complex, 
    unlike regular path lamps.
    Pool Shower - $3.00 No obvious benefits, but they do get used, so spend a few 
    bucks and put some in.
    Sun Loungers - $15.00 Put in a pair of beach chairs for guests to lay in the 
    Sun Loungers w/ Umbrella - $20.00 Allows guests to get into the shade while 
    in your pool
    High Dive - $51.00 and up You can build a multiple level high dive on your 
    deck for your guests enjoyment.
    Spa Pool - $75.00 Your guests get a hot tub to relax in.
    Items for your pool:
    Diving boards - $25.00 Allow your guests to jump right in.
    Ladders - $4.00 Allow guests to get out easier.
    Underwater light - $7.00 Just a light for your pool
    Wave Machine - $50.00 Make any pool a wave pool by adding a few along a wall.  
    The size, frequency, and duration of the waves are set at your changing rooms.
    Now, you should have a nice pool and deck.  Now, you need to let guests in.  
    You do this via changing rooms.  There are four varieties that you can choose 
    from.  Guests enter through here, and pay here.  Base your entry price on how 
    much you have in your complex.  You can have as many changing rooms as you 
    want, but they increase maintenance cost.  Your Mechanics will have to fill 
    them with a cleaning fluid periodically, and each filling costs money.  You 
    have three choices of fluid, a weak, medium, and strong type.  Your 
    combination of cleaning fluid, filling frequency, and the number of changing 
    rooms cleaning your pool determines how clean your pools are.  They can range 
    from clean to disgusting, with clean being the only acceptable level for any 
    objectives.  Note that it is very difficult for pools to get dirty, so it isn’t
    that big a deal.
    You can connect multiple decks with paths, as well.  For close by levels, you 
    can place ramps or spiral staircases on your deck to reach higher levels.  
    Staircases are also very useful for getting guests up to your waterslides.
    ***Rides and Slides*** Rides and Slides*** Rides and Slides*** 
    No water park is limited to just a pool.  To be good, you must have slides and 
    other water rides available to your guests.  You have several types of rides 
    available to add to your pool complex.  Since you cannot charge for any rides 
    in your complex, add the charge to your changing rooms.  An entry fee of ten 
    to twenty dollars is very reasonable for a decent complex.  All slides must 
    end in a pool, end fairly close to the water level of the pool, and have 
    sufficient space for a safe landing.  If your ride isn’t safe, it WILL BE 
    Special track segments can propel the rafts uphill.  A useful ride if you d
    on’t want to have guests climb up to start your water slides.  
    Estimated at $1,700 and up.
    Body Slide
    A simple slide meant to be used without mats.  One of the cheapest slides, 
    it can still be good if used properly.  Unfortunately, there are no lift hills,
    so you have to go downhill.  Estimated at $1,500 and up.
    H2O Slide Bowl
    This is a mat slide, but you can end in either large funnels, or in bowls that
    drop the rider into the pool below.  A fun ride to play with.  
    Estimated at $2,250 and up.
    Inflatable Ship
    This ride is easy to use, because it is premade.  Just drop it on the edge of 
    the pool, and open it up.  Costs $225, and gives guests easy enjoyment.
    Lazy River
    Just gives guests a gentle current to float around in.  It doesn’t provide 
    inner tubes for some reason, so guests will either tread water or use 
    inflatables.  Estimated at $1,700 and up.
    Ring/Raft Slide
    A fancy water slide that uses rings or rafts to seat groups of guests.  Does 
    not have lift hills, so it's entirely gravity based.  
    Estimated at $4,200 and up.
    ***Other Changes*** Other Changes*** Other Changes ***Other Changes***
    This is just a bit of a list of other stuff that was added or changed, but not 
    important enough to get their own section.  Here’s some more new stuff:
    Waterfalls:  In the terrain tools, there is a new feature that allows you to 
    create waterfalls in your park.  You need to have a body of water with a 
    straight edge, and a second straight edged body immediately above.  Once you 
    have your water, select the waterfall tool, and then both bodies of water.  
    Voila, Waterfall.  You can remove it by deleting it like any other object, or 
    by editing one of the bodies of water.
    In research, you can research the pool rides and slides, as well as new 
    elements for your dolphin and whale shows.
    In addition to fireworks, you can now do lasers and waterspouts in your shows.
    You can make custom lasers to write or draw on walls.  You can also change the 
    angle for lasers and fireworks.  A good example is in the first scenario, 
    where fireworks are used to create a naval battle between pirates.
    During Scenarios, you may be approached with a challenge.  They are typically 
    given when working on Amateur and Tycoon requirements.  If you complete them 
    in the time limit, you receive a reward, usually either cash, an increase in 
    publicity, or both.  You can postpone a challenge one time.
    Tunnels are back.  However, they still require a vertical face to make.  
    You can also do underwater footpaths.  Underwater tunnels are very easy to 
    use.  Just select the underwater tunnel path type, go into the bridge controls,
    and head underwater.  Piece of cake.
    Your attraction list now has a separate area listing pool complexes
    Your entertainers now have the ability to wear a Shark Costume
    You now have a statistic summary on your guest list, which shows the average 
    happiness, energy, hunger, etc, for your guests, as well as telling you what 
    types of groups are in your park, and how many different groups.
    You also have a new VIP, Bob Waterman, who is apparently fond of water parks,
    and will judge your pools in some scenarios.  After seeing him, I think he's 
    supposed to be some famous swimmer.
    Well, that’s all the differences I can think of.  Hope that’s helpful for you 
    who are wondering if the expansion is worth it.  
    ***Copyright and Contact Info***
    Copyright 2005, Tom Krausse
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