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WB MovieWorld Arkham Asylum Recreation moc

Ok so after A did the superman escape I just moved the the AH straight after. It was probably not even 20mins when I started it, but then the hard part of it all would begin. Usually when I start to build a coaster it is always a ctr, or game coaster from the game. So when I started this coaster I just used the floorless corkscrew from the game, and.......... Yeah, it was a terrible looking thing. But after sometime finding either a custom ctr or cfr, I was blown away when I found the identical one from here:  http://ridesrct.wixsite.com/ridesrct/custom-tracks   And there you can also find a load more of cool custom tracks and designs. But part from that here's the video hope you enjoy it and tell me what you think? XD



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