portal kotaku noticed that Dutch blogger Marcel Vos, who specializes in experimenting with the 2002 amusement park simulator RollerCoaster Tycoon 2, showed off his new record-breaking creation in a recent video.
In the past, Vos created 2 roller coasters that required it in RollerCoaster Tycoon 12, 45 and even 135 real years. However, they all pale in comparison to the blogger’s new project.
Vos’ latest attraction to be built in RollerCoaster Tycoon 2, the Universe Coaster, is over three fifty million years old. A quinvigintillion is a one followed by 78 zeros.
According to Vos, it is difficult for a person to realize such large values, so the blogger gives an example of an action that is similar in terms of time spent on a trip to the Universe Coaster.
It would take about three fifty million years to count all the planets, stars, and gas clouds in the observable universe atom by atom, with a one-year interval between each atom.
The Universe Coaster consists of a long circuit that will take two years to complete. The track achieves a record length by synchronizing 253 wild mouse rides, each of which has to queue to start.
For those interested in seeing Universe Coaster live, Vos has links to the version of the track for Original Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 on the PC and OpenRCT2 fan buildin which it is theoretically possible to create even longer slides.