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Welcome to the theme world of Grindlheim
Grindlheim is a highly detailed and immersive theme world created in Planet Coaster by Zarroc91 / Dravarol. Inspired by Klugheim at Phantasialand, Grindlheim features two rollercoasters: K'aros, a fast and intense multi launch coaster with quick turn-arounds, frightening head-choppers and an entwined layout and Ri'kh, a family coaster that takes you on a short journey through the heart of Grindlheim. During the four years Grindlheim was in the making, more than 900 hours have been spent into the project. Grindlheim in its final form exists of 100.000 individually placed objects.
Download Grindlheim from the Workshop
The best way to experience Grindlheim is to download it from the Steam Workshop and explore every corner of it first hand on your PC. Planet Coaster DLCs or Toolkit items are not required, but downloading the custom music and media files is a must for the most immersive experience!
Grindlheim Theme World
Click here to download the Grindlheim park from the Steam Workshop and experience it first hand!
Complete buildings and useful decorative objects from Grindlheim. Get it from the Steam Workshop!
Listen to the Grindlheim soundtrack
A unique theme world requires a custom soundtrack. Especially for Grindlheim, two original songs, an environmental and an onride track for the main coaster K'aros, were composed and produced. Three additional tracks, adaptations of songs by the amazing Vindsvept, complete the soundtrack.
All songs are licensed under CC BY 4.0 and can be adapted and shared in any medium or format free of charge!
Listen on SoundCloud
Click here to listen or download the complete Grindlheim soundtrack on SoundCloud!
Download MP3 ZIP file
Click here to download the complete Grindlheim soundtrack as 320 kbit/s MP3!
Grindlheim Project Blog
#12 - Assorted Impressions
In today's update, we're not focusing on any specific area of Grindlheim. Instead, I have brought along a number of different pictures, which reveal you new perspectives and views of previously not shown small areas and buildings from all over Grindlheim.
#11 - Entrance Plaza & Restaurant
With today's long overdue update on Grindlheim we return to the entrance plaza of the theme world and have a closer look at the buildings surrounding it. Especially at the cosy little restaurant called Schmausestube, the final building of the whole Grindlheim project.
#10 - Impressions from Ri'kh
In today's update we continue our tour around the family coaster Ri'kh and not only peak inside its station but also check out the first section of track. I also got some very good news to share: Work on Grindlheim has been completed and I released some sets on the Workshop!
#9 - The Queue Line of Ri'kh
In the previous posts we followed the circular footpath from the entrance of K’aros to the opposite side of the area where the entrance to Ri’kh, the smaller, family friendly coaster of the two is situated. This time we continue and check out its complete, fully themed queue line.
#8 - Arriving at Ri'kh
This time we contiue were we left off and finally arrive at the entrance to the queue line of Ri'kh, the family coaster of Grindlheim. On the way we cross a beautiful bridge before we have a look at one of the very detailed sides of Ri'kh's massive queue building.
#7 - Following the Path to Ri'kh
In today's small update we once more continue our trip on the circular footpath surrounding Grindlheim and check out the theming elements, shops and facilities on the way which will lead us to Ri'kh eventually, the second coaster in the Grindlheim theme world.
#6 - K'aros Roast House Pt. 2
Today's blog post completes our tour in and around the K'aros coffee roast house, the big theming experience along the footpath that surrounds Grindlheim. We also finally visit the observation deck including the coffee shop right next to the roast house.
#5 - K'aros Roast House Pt. 1
Grindlheim is built with a circular path surrounding the complete theme world with the two coasters located in the center. In today's blog post we have a closer look at the first section of this footpath which leads right through the K'aros coffee roast house.
#4 - The First Launch of K'aros
After waiting in the queue line and entering the station building, it is now time to take a seat on K'aros. In this blog post we follow the coaster along its first section and experience the effect-loaded first launch.
#3 - The Station of K'aros
Last time I showed you the complete queue line of K'aros from the entrance to the station. In this post we continue and not only take a look inside the station of K'aros but also look at the exterior of the station building from various angles.
#2 - The Queue Line of K'aros
For heavily themed coasters like K'aros, standing in line for the ride is an integral part of the experience. An interesting queue with good theming is important to built up excitement for the ride. In this blog post I will give you a complete tour of the heavily themed queue line of K'aros.
#1 - Welcome to the Grindlheim Blog
Welcome to the Grindlheim Blog, dear Planet Coaster friends and enthusiasts. I'm pleased you found your way onto this site and my project blog. This is the very first post here, so please stick around and let me explain to you what Grindlheim is, what I'm building here and what is planned.