Since sometime back in 2008 enthusiats have been waiting for an update to the NoLimits roller coaster simulation software. NoLimits 1.0 was released in 2001, with updates coming slowly over the years, until 2011 when the development team turned all their attention to making the new package. NoLimits has been used for years by enthusiasts and theme parks to show off new concepts, new coasters, creative ideas and building skill. NoLimits is a cross-over between game and simulator, with accurate physics and details as well as the ability to let the users do whatever they want. Hence the name NoLimits!
With over 35 different coaster types, from old style four-seat-trailered wooden coasters to 4D and flying coasters, NoLimits 2 will be sure to give enthusiasts plenty to get stuck into. NoLimit's editor has also seen big changes, with more versitile and capable controls, meaning users will be able to realise their wildest coasters.
NoLimits 2 has been released in two versions. The Standard version ($45.99) is desinged for most users, and the Professional version ($99.99) is designed for those users needing more output and display possibilites (such as parks showcasing new coasters). Either way, there are going to be some very exciting and interesting coasters built with this new package, and the community can't wait to get started!
In the gallery below are a selection of screenshots from the new game. The tracks were all created by the NoLimits Development Team (and come packaged with the software) and the images were taken and donated by members of CoasterForce.