Submitted by: David K.
The full list of cheat codes.
Name a Go Kart track Bollard to enable the ability to RIDE your go karts!
Use WASD to control a go kart whilst using the ride camera
Name a guest Andy Chappell to see them whizz around the go kart track at super speed!
Name a Security Gaurd Lockettman to see guests bounce off them when giving chase
Name a staff member David Getley to increase crime in the park
Name a guest James Taylor to lower friction on all coasters and some track rides
Name a guest Andy Fletcher to remove friction on all coasters and some track rides
Name a shop McLinthe to make everyone in the park PUKE!
Its Back! Name a guest Tegidcam to enter a first person camera mode!
Name a staff member Steve Wilkins to increase the rate that rides need repairing
Name a ride Frontier to remove the chance of all rides breaking down
Enter underconstruction in the Search options to unlock 2 coasters
in the game's early alpha.
How to Start a Challenge Park on Hard Difficulty:
Written by SomeRandomDumbass.
What I'm going to do in this guide is explain the strategy that I follow
when I open a park in challenge mode on hard difficulty.
There's no telling if this works on Harder, but it might, so feel free
to try it out.
Just start up with any area you feel like. When the land loads, keep in
mind that you only have $2,000 to start with, so coasters are basically
out of the question for now. Depending on which land you chose, you may
or may not have a path to start out with; if you don't, take care of that
before moving on (Don't spend too much on it). In the flat rides menu,
you should only have the Venetian Carousel ($1,200) and the Wild Blue
($1,600). Most people would instinctively go for the Venetian Carousel
because it's cheaper. I'm here to tell you that you shouldn't do that.
Since the carousel has a very low excitement rating, it won't attract
very many people, and you'll lose money very quickly. So, start with
the Wild Blue; it has a much higher excitement rating, and it will
attract more people. Build it close to the starting path and do all of
the necessary steps to allow access to opening the ride, like building
the entrance and connecting it to the main path via a queue line.
When it comes to building the queue line, build it so it's short enough
for guests to want to wait in but long enough to the point where you
can decorate it; trust me when I say that it's incredibly difficult to
decorate an incredibly short queue path. Decorate the queue until the
scenery rating gets up to about 30%, set the ticket price to $13, and
then open the ride. Now, feel free to fast forward and wait until you
get around $1,000.
-=Rides Breaking Down
Since you're playing on hard mode, rides will break down very often,
which can seriously mess with your ability to make money. So, you have
two choices; you can either just be normal and hire a mechanic to do
the work, or you can be like me and use cheats. For those of you who
do not know, Planet Coaster has built in cheat codes that do various
things throughout the park, but the one I'm going to focus on is
"Frontier." If you rename a ride "Frontier", it will stop ALL rides
from breaking down, even in challenge mode. Trust me when I say that
it'll save you a lot of money if you decide to go with it.
-=Food and Facilities
Now that you have $1,000 or more, you should really consider placing
food shops down. Expand the main pathway to accommodate a Chief Beef
Burger Shop and Cosmic Cow Milkshake Store (You can also build a
building around these two shops; while it's not necessary, it'll
come in handy later). Adjust the prices to be $1 more expensive,
and open up both shops. Now, pause the game. Place trash bins down
absolutely everywhere. Unpause the game now. Both shops should attract
people immediately and these people will complain about needing the
toilet, so place a toilet block. I don't strictly advise against
charging to use the restroom, but if you're going to charge, keep it
$.10 or lower. Once you step above that threshold, people won't want
to pay for the restroom anymore.
Also, because those trash bins are starting to fill up, hire a janitor.
Feel free to kick back and wait until you get your money back to around
When you have your money to around $1,500, you can start thinking about
placing down the second ride. This is where that Venetian Carousel comes
into play. Build one, and go through the necessary steps. Since you have
some more money, you have a bit more leeway to make the queue longer.
If you decided to build a building around your shops, feel free to
position your queue so it's right up against the building, as this will
help with your queue scenery quite a bit. Now decorate the queue until
it's up to around 40% if it's not there already. It won't make waves
right away, but it will attract family groups, which will be willing
to spend money to ride it.
-=Researching a Third
Now that both flat rides are down in the park, you'll have to research
the third one. Go to the research menu and choose a flat ride to research.
When thinking about research costs, think about researching at the lowest
rate possible; an entire ride will only cost around $1,500 to research
but it will take some time. Allocate the amount of money you want, and
then close the menu. While you wait for this to research, feel free to
place random bits of scenery around your park to boost the park rating.
When it finishes researching, save up the amount of money it costs to
build, build it, and then do everything that I told you to do for the
How to Increase Ride Profit:
Written by Will.
An easy trick to increase the profit of a ride by 10x or more. Useful
for challenge parks.
-=How to Do It=-
This trick works best on rides that are limited by guest throughput, like
this one. It's got a decent ticket price but makes very little money because
the ride takes like half a month to complete. The queue line is obviously
full all this time and cash isn't comming in becuase guests won't queue up
for so long.
So what's the solution for this? easy! Once you realize that guests pay at
the beginning of the queue path, not at the ride! That's right, the idiots
pay to get in the queue, not in the ride, so as long as you can clear out
the queue, the suckers will keep comming in non-stop, paying the ticket
price each time they do so.
-=The trick is extremely easy:
* Close the ride.
* Open it up again immediately.
This will instantly clear out everyone in the queue, they walk out the exit,
circle back around only to pay you again like idiots. Of course you would
want to set up some ATMs for them to keep withdrawing money.
Notice how my actual profit was 15x the maximum theoretical profit attainable
if the ride was open continuously and operates flawlessly.
Moveable first person:
Typing tegidcam into the in-game search bar will allow you to move around
your park as a guest using WASD.