Loop Screw Coaster - Seibuen Yuenchi
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Track Description
Loop Screw was a Togo sitdown coaster at Seibuen Yuenchi, Tokyo, Japan. It closed somewhere around 2013.

The ride was 30 meters tall and had a top speed of around 80km/h. It had 3 inversions: a vertical loop and a double corkscrew.

Special thanks goes to:

SirMaverick34 for his custom rides:
https://nolimitscentral.com/forum/topic/82

nSeven for his foliage pack:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1l8mAF ... RSmmFZYa-C
Ratings
FrankLeeMadere
Aug 29th, 2019
Trackwork Accuracy - What a crappy, rough ride. Your recreation is almost perfect. You executed the loop and the corkscrews really well. Going off of memory when riding in the sim the first time, I thought the entrance to the first cork was wrong; but nope, Togo really rolls riders too far the wrong way, then too far the right way, and then somewhere in the middle the roll gets situated, then gets off again. Really it's just a mess. Very strange shaping on their part, and I'm impressed how close you actually nailed it given the inconsistencies. The only issues I really noticed were with the last turn. The entrance doesn't seem to have the momentary (top down view) straight bit, but rather lazily gets into the turn radius; (that's before pumping in the middle of it, which you nailed, haha). The end of the last turn, where it transitions to the last small turn before the brakes, seems a bit more harsh on the real thing, with a smaller radius (side view) on the bottom-most part of the transition. Hope that's clear.

Pacing Accuracy - Given how spot on the trackwork is, I see no reason to take off any points here. The very small errors I pointed out have a negligent effect on the actual pacing.

Attention To Detail - Outstanding work here, really. You're work on the scenery is absolutely top-notch. Since you did model the loop though, I would have liked to have seen just a few more of the track details in there. The flat bits in the center between the rails look easy enough to model given the work you did elsewhere, so that final touch would have gotten the 10 in this category.

Scenery Accuracy - Similar comments to the previous category, but I won't double dock you for the one detail, so a 10 here. I'll also note here that the trains you modeled are just super. Really nice touch even though I would have given you a pass for using the stock corkscrew roller coaster.

Degree of Difficulty - Honestly I don't know how I feel about this category being a metric for an overall rating of a ride since if you want high marks you're bottled into certain rides. Lucky for you though, this isn't an easy ride to pull off despite it's small and simple layout. You've captured almost all of the nuance found on these (kinda crappy) roller coasters, and I commend you for that.

Overall, really well done. I'm glad to be able to ride it digitally, not just because it doesn't exist anymore, but also because it looks painful as hell. Whenever a roller coaster gets Robb Alvey to curse, you know it's rough as hell.
Trackwork Accuracy
9
Pacing Accuracy
10
Attention To Detail
9.5
Scenery Accuracy
10
Degree of Difficulty
9.5
Average
9.6
Average Rating

9.60

Track Detail
By PvM
Uploaded Aug 19th, 2019
Simulation NoLimits Coaster 2
Track Style Custom Scenery
Category Recreation
Downloads 48 Who Downloaded This Track
Ratings 1
Likes 0
Additional Stats
Track Length 0 feet
Max Height 0 feet
No. of Inversions 0
Top Speed Reached 0 mph
Tags
corkscrew, japan, loop, recreation, seibuen, togo, tokyo