Preview The Entertainment Buddha-Coaster from ScreamRide’s Sandbox Mode

ScreamRide, from Frontier Development, is now available for the Xbox One and Xbox 360, so to show off a bit of its Sandbox mode I created the Entertainment Buddha-Coaster.

In the Sandbox mode your only real limitations are your own imagination and limited number of track pieces that you can physically place on screen. Everything from the look of the island to the design and commendations for a roller coaster ride can be freely toggled by you, the creator. The toolset is the exact same one that the developers used to create the tracks that ship with the game, which may make it sound like it’s complicated, but that’s not the case at all. Building your dream coaster is quite simple and intuitive, and as long as your creation passes a litmus of tests you can upload it to a public repository for other players to enjoy.

Head on up above to take a virtual ride on the first ever Entertainment Buddha-Coaster. You can also check out our full review of the game to see if it’s one worth picking up.


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