NoLimits Coaster Designs
Utilizing the Flying Coaster model by B&M, this launched coaster, called Riverside Reef, is a tame ride with a unique element that puts riders on their backs immediately after the launch. The coaster was created in FVD++, the scenic elements were created in Google SketchUp, and everything was composed in NoLimits 2. Please note that the scenery and trackwork are currently incomplete.
Inspired by companies like Great Coasters International and Gravity Group, this wooden coaster was created with the intent of being a family-friendly ride that interacted with guests in the queue as well as in the station. The coaster was created in FVD++, the scenic elements were created in Google SketchUp, and everything was composed in NoLimits 2. Please note that the scenery is currently incomplete.
Inspired heavily by the Steampunk genre, this ere scene, called Steampunk Workshop, depicts an old workshop that is well past its prime. As guests travel through this room, images of invention and innovation are juxtaposed with wear and breakage. There are old schematics on the walls, though the loose wires and broken utilities draw the attention that an accident had occurred here. Guests will find out the truth only by traveling deeper into the factory adjacent to the workshop.
As the goal was to create an immersive environment with fine detail, all of the track was made in NoLimits, while the scenery was made in Google SketchUp.
You find yourself in the sewers beneath Wayne Manor snaking your way around bends before joining Batman in his Batmobile. As you peel out of the sewers, the chase is on around Gotham City to find the Riddler, Solomon Grundy, and the Joker in this epic ride inspired by Batman the Long Halloween.
Created with NoLimits and Google SketchUp, this was a project to creatively tell the story of Batman the Long Halloween.