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Coasting in the arcades....

Jason

Posted:
9/20/99 at
12:18:30 PM

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Hey, I was at a local arcade yesterday and was playing a driving sim called Californian Cruisin. There is a track you can select to run called Santa Cruz. It's pretty normal as far as cruising throuh the highways and towns till at the very end you drive onto a wooden racing roller coaster for the finale. You follow the complete double out and back circuit going up the lift and through a couple tunnels complete with a couple water splashes. You finish the coaster and the track in the loading station.

I just thought it was pretty cool. Anyone else played it?

Re: Coasting in the arcades.... by ThrillerThang at 9/20/99 12:49:52 PM

: Hey, I was at a local arcade yesterday and was
: playing a driving sim called Californian
: Cruisin. There is a track you can select to
: run called Santa Cruz. It's pretty normal as
: far as cruising throuh the highways and
: towns till at the very end you drive onto a
: wooden racing roller coaster for the finale.
: You follow the complete double out and back
: circuit going up the lift and through a
: couple tunnels complete with a couple water
: splashes. You finish the coaster and the
: track in the loading station. I just
: thought it was pretty cool. Anyone else
: played it?

Yes I played it at a place called Kahunaville in Ohio. It was very cool and it really looked like a rollercoaster:-)

Re: Coasting in the arcades.... by Brongaar Johaansen at 10/7/99 10:10:03 PM

Yes I played it at a place called Kahunaville in
: Ohio. It was very cool and it really looked
: like a rollercoaster:-)

One note on playing the Santa Cruz Track on California Cruisin'.. Pump the gas around the turns on the Roller Coaster part.. you will be able to make the turns faster and without hitting the sides.... There are a few in the Houston area... and one at SFAW by the Season Pass redemption area, next door to Texas Cyclone