While there are fewer pre­fab­ri­cated rides in Planet Coaster than there were in Roller­coaster Ty­coon 3 (even prior to that game’s DLC ad­di­tions), there’s a handy al­ter­na­tive in the form of Steam Work­shop-distributed blue­prints. You can copy other play­ers’ cre­ations – whether it’s rides, scenery or even just mod­i­fied shops – and use them in your own park. But Planet Coaster’s tools also make it re­mark­ably easy to com­bine ex­ist­ing ele­ments into your own be­spoke cre­ations, al­low­ing you to twist, in­vert and in­ter­sect items to whip up any­thing from new rock for­ma­tions to more in­tri­cately de­tailed fit­tings for which­ever new theme you dream up.

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