Butterfly Dam/Scenario Guide

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Although only very little land here in Butterfly Dam is suitable for building rides, the player has several good rides available from the start, including the Top Spin and the Launched Freefall. One of each of those rides, along with a gentle ride and a small roller coaster below the dam on the shallow water body, would make a strong starting course for this scenario. Then connecting the newly built rides to the area above with a path and a Chairlift, for an extra bill. Of course, anInformation Kiosk (or several) will be needed to keep the guests from getting lost, as the path layouts here may become complicated very early on in here.

As the park starts picking up steam, players should continue to expand in the shallow area as much as possible. They will eventually need to build on (and in) the hills as well as on the lake above the dam, but this will enough money and ride options available to do so, as well as a careful plan. Should some players still be shy of 1,400 guests toward the end of the final year, should they use advertising campaigns ; this without slashing any prices, as several thousand dollars are theorically not what the good player usually lacks at this point on time, and it's all it costs to launch all advertising campaigns at once.