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Geyser Park??? Read 0 times (Houkie) Jun-05-06 02:33 AM UTC
That well-done development around it is the problem. Remove everything but trees, at... (Patvann) Jun-05-06 02:51 AM UTC
Coming back from Scotland, reading this in a different mindset, I think it's not &quo... (chrisfree) Jun-05-06 01:59 PM UTC
I agree. (By counter intuative, I meant in relation to how the rest of the "pie... (Patvann) Jun-05-06 03:53 PM UTC
How do you spread those beers among the days? ;-) (chrisfree) Jun-06-06 08:29 AM UTC
Rationing. Both the beers, and the days.:-) (Patvann) Jun-06-06 12:42 PM UTC
Where's the beer graph in the game? (Richard Huntington) Jun-06-06 10:39 PM UTC
<IMG SRC="http://www.noprivilege.com/albums/sc3kuscreenshots/GyserPark_Orange... (Richard Huntington) Jun-06-06 10:41 PM UTC
Oy, that's nice! Although it looks like the park is in a valley... It's a pity it'... (chrisfree) Jun-07-06 08:03 AM UTC

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Author:  Houkie Profile
Date:  Jun-05-06 02:33 AM UTC
Subject:  Geyser Park???
Can somebody tell me why my Geyser Park has 0 visitors, considering that it is several years old. I've developed the area around it, so it's not in the middle of nowhere. I have roads, subway station, train tracks, and a bus stop very close so tourists can get there. But nothing.
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Author:  Patvann Profile
Date:  Jun-05-06 02:51 AM UTC
Subject:  Re: Geyser Park???
That well-done development around it is the problem. Remove everything but trees, at least 5 squares away. Seems counter-intuitive, but that's how the developers made the game.

For God's sake sir. It's pronounced "core-men", not "corpse-men".
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Author:  chrisfree Profile
Date:  Jun-05-06 01:59 PM UTC
Subject:  Re: Geyser Park???
Coming back from Scotland, reading this in a different mindset, I think it's not "counter-intuitive" at all. The developers probably catered for freaks like me who'll just want to go out into the big wilderness where there's no civilisation, football games, beer, smoke, etc, and just want to enjoy nature at it's best.

Suddenly, the geyser park seems like a lovely idea in the game, don't you think? Quite often I happened to think that one geyser park is not much anyway.

Bloody hell, you can tell it's the Seventies! Every man looks like Jesus!

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Author:  Patvann Profile
Date:  Jun-05-06 03:53 PM UTC
Subject:  Re: Geyser Park???
I agree. (By counter intuative, I meant in relation to how the rest of the "pieces" work within the game)

I like how they did it. One should have to walk/hike to get to the "best" places. But I'm talking a few beers along.

For God's sake sir. It's pronounced "core-men", not "corpse-men".

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Author:  chrisfree Profile
Date:  Jun-06-06 08:29 AM UTC
Subject:  Re: Geyser Park???
How do you spread those beers among the days?

Bloody hell, you can tell it's the Seventies! Every man looks like Jesus!
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Author:  Patvann Profile
Date:  Jun-06-06 12:42 PM UTC
Subject:  Re: Geyser Park???
Rationing. Both the beers, and the days.

For God's sake sir. It's pronounced "core-men", not "corpse-men".
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Author:  Richard Huntington Profile
Date:  Jun-06-06 10:39 PM UTC
Subject:  Re: Geyser Park???
Where's the beer graph in the game?

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Author:  Richard Huntington Profile
Date:  Jun-06-06 10:41 PM UTC
Subject:  Re: Geyser Park???

Out in the middle of no where on a mountain.
FULL SIZE image. WARNING! LARGE IMAGE. On slower connections, please be patient.

Richard...

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Author:  chrisfree Profile
Date:  Jun-07-06 08:03 AM UTC
Subject:  Re: Geyser Park???
Oy, that's nice! Although it looks like the park is in a valley...

It's a pity it's hard to maintain low-density cities.

Bloody hell, you can tell it's the Seventies! Every man looks like Jesus!

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