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TheDarkKnight
03-29-2017, 10:34 PM
In roller coaster tycoon classic diamond heights objective is: to achieve a park value of at least $300,000 at the end of October year 3. So my question is how do I raise my park value? Please help me thanks

redbobcat
03-30-2017, 07:43 PM
Here is some general info for you: http://rct.wikia.com/wiki/Park_Value

Also specific tips for that scenario: http://rct.wikia.com/wiki/Diamond_Heights/Scenario_Guide

It sounds like every time you have a small problem you come and post here. The information is easily available if you but run a quick search. Give it a try next time. Searching for RCT 2 instead of RCT Classic will give you more results since that game had been around far longer and Classic is essentially it's mobile copy.

TheDarkKnight
03-30-2017, 09:41 PM
So the park value is when I add more rides, more quests in the park, and every quest in the park that pays to ride all of the rides in the park the park value adds up? Tell me if I'm right or wrong? Thank you.

Beaker86
03-31-2017, 02:03 AM
Park value is a calculation of the assets in your park. The more rides, shops ans scenery items you have, and the newer they are, the higher your park value will be.
I usully find a good way to make a good boost to park value if I have the cash is to build a coaster.

TheDarkKnight
03-31-2017, 09:26 AM
So how many rides, shops, and scenery do I need to have to make the park value go up? What about demolishing old rides with new tides that are exactly the same ones before? Any tips would be great on how to raise the park value go up.