CoasterVille Animation Lab: Everything you need to know

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Most real world theme parks contain animatronic robots that help add some excitement to guests' visiting experiences, and it's time for you to add some robots to your park in CoasterVille as well. Ty is here with a new Animation Lab that you can build in your theme park, with the goal being to build animated Dinosaurs for your park. There are quests to complete in this Animation Lab event, and we're here with a look at how to start them off!

Prehistory in the Making
  • Build the Animation Lab
  • Start a Dinosaur

The Animation Lab can be placed via this quest and built using just three energy. From there, you'll be able to choose to build one of three dinosaurs: a Pterosaur, a T-Rex, and a Triceratops. Choosing a type gives you an egg to place in your theme park. From there, you'll need to collect items in order to "grow" the dinosaur. If you're familiar with events like the Phoenix growing feature in CastleVille, this one is incredibly similar.



You can ask a friend to join as a "Research Partner" that will help you grow these Dinosaurs, but for simply finishing this first quest, you'll receive 80 Goods and 250 Thrill Points.

Sharpening the Claws
  • Have 1 Dino Claw
  • Have 500 Thrill Points
  • Research Dinosaurs 1 Time

The Dino Claw can be earned by asking your friends to send it to you. Meanwhile, this Dinosaur research process is completed by having one Inspiration, 500 Thrill Points, and that Dino Claw, as seen below.As you work on each type of Dinosaur, you'll have just seven days to finish its research before being given a final decoration to place in your park. Each "base" Dinosaur can turn into one of three final items, so there's plenty of room for repetition here if you really like this event. Good luck creating Dinosaurs in your game!

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