This astounding, amazing, spectacularly detailed recreation of the Walt Disney World Haunted Mansion was built using the Rollercaster Tycoon 3 engine by the hoopy froods at Strange and Frightening Sounds, who released it in Jan 2012.
I know I claimed in my last post that the next blog entry would be about the new "interactive" enhancements at Walt Disney World's mansion. Well, current news comes first, when I do managed to get around to reporting it on time. I want to share the hard work and effort of two years. I want you all to see the ultimate recreation of Walt Disney World's Haunted Mansion in Roller Coaster Tycoon 3. It took me two years to complete it, due to numerous restarts, re-builds, revisions, and updates, but finally, after teasing the project for two years, it's done...
... Due to a number of reasons that can be found in the video's description box on You Tube, I will not be able to make the park file with ride recreation in it available for downloading. So sorry I have to have some sort of disappointing news attached to this extraordinary project.
Haunted Mansion Recreated in Roller Coaster Tycoon
Asaf Hanuka is a celebrated Israeli cartoonist whose astonishing, surreal illustrations serve as counterpoint to sweet (sometimes too-sweet) depictions of his family life, his complicated existence as a member of a visible minority in Israel, the fear he and his family live with, and his own pleasures and secret shames — a heady, confessional, autobiographical brew that has just been collected into The Realist: Plug and Play, the second volume of Hanuka’s comics.
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