The Tycoon 2 spinning fan coaster will outlast our universe

The Tycoon 2 spinning fan coaster will outlast our universe

picture: Marcel Voss / Atari / Emojipedia / Kotaku

Have you ever waited for a few hours to ride a famous roller coaster? maybe. But I can guarantee you that no one has ever waited for the full life of the known universe. Well, unless you’re one of the unlucky digital people stuck in a new, complex world Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 Created from YouTuber Marcel Vos.

released in 2002, Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 It is a creator of popular computer game parks that are still being actively played and modified by gamers in 2023. But there are also purists who don’t play the game with fancy mods or open source ports. And Marcel Voss is famous RCT2 YouTuber, is one of those gamers who enjoy trying out the original 20-year-old version of the game. A few years ago, making a coaster took a toll 12 years to complete. But now his latest creation – impressively constructed without modifications – is a working roller coaster that will take more than 3 million years to complete. The real life to complete. Bring some snacks.

Marcel Voss / Atari

To accomplish this incredible, hard-to-understand task, Marcel Vos first built a really, really long roller coaster that had almost no hills or slopes. This means that the ship’s train is moving very slowly around the entire thing. Then, when you get to the end, you are reversed due to the specific ride options. That return trip takes longer. And this long journey must take seven times before the journey is considered finished. In general, this journey takes more than two years. It’s been a while, but the title of this article is no longer what the title of this article promises.

This is achieved through 253 smaller sized roller coasters that are synchronized – using in-game options in RCT2– with the much slower larger ship. So once that big roller coaster finishes one ride – which takes two years – one of the smaller roller coasters will start its ride and that roller coaster will be synced to the one that will then complete the ride, and so on and so forth. What this all means is that by the time you get to the last roller coaster in this nightmare series, it’s going to take a lot longer than just two years to complete. In fact, the actual number is so large that I can’t even write it all out.

Here is a picture of her:

A screenshot shows a very large number representing the number of years it will take for the trip to finish.

screenshot: Marcel Voss / Kotaku

Marcel Voss does a good job in the video demonstrating just how impossible that number is, pointing out that if you were to count one iota a year out of everything that exists in the known universe, you would be done around the time Voss’ Universe Coaster finally finished its incomprehensible journey. Yes, you definitely want to pack plenty of snacks before jumping on that flight.

If you want to see this madness Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 Ride yourself, gently release Marcel Vos A file that you can download and run on your computer. Just be warned: you won’t be around to actually see the final ride finish its eternal journey through theme park hell.

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