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Amusement park

(1 customer review)

Rides are fun for everyone. Today it is becoming popular in our game to spend time with teammates in unusual places.


Sold By: Gruber


Well-designed park with static entertainment. Unfortunately, this monument is motionless and is suitable for your server as a decoration.
But there is an excellent solution for you, to use my monument as a decoration for all the recognizable plugin developer “Nikedemos” and his released plugin “Amusement Rides” – https://lone.design/product/amusement-rides/
ATTENTION: The plugin is not included in my assembly of the monument !!! The plugin needs to be purchased separately.

  • about 14,000 prefabs
  • Availability of puzzles with red and blue cards
  • Good loot
  • Great scenery (Ferris wheel, roller coaster, free fall tower, etc.)
  • All the main aspects you can see in the screenshotsRequired Dependencies: https://github.com/k1lly0u/Oxide.Ext.RustEdit

1 review for Amusement park

  1. Jyoji Tsuchida (verified owner)


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Version 1.0
  • Added Initial release

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How do I host this .zip/.7z file I just purchased on my server?

• First, you want to unzip the file. You can do so by just double-clicking it to open, then drag the contents to the desired location (you may need to install an external unzipping software if you don’t already have one)
• Next you will find either a structure of folders or just the .prefab files (it’s the important ones).
• You can then open your map via Rustedit (How to install Rustedit)
• Then install those .prefab files into your …/rustedit/CustomPrefabs folder
• Launch Rustedit and open your map and within the ‘Prefabs’ list you should see the new prefab/monument you downloaded once you search its name

Additionally, here’s a great video that easily covers adding monuments/prefabs to maps of your own!