"You can build your own theme park from the ground up, you can customize everything in it, from the number of employees to the salt content of the fries."
- Manufacturer: Electronic Arts
- Machine: 3DO
- Theme: Simulation
Have you ever wanted to build your own amusement park? If the answer is yes, then Electronic Arts has the game for you. Their new title is called Theme Park and it's similar to games like SimCity. You build your park, put up shops and set up the rides. Try to make your park appealing for the people, and watch the ticket sales grow. Build a loser, and you'll be out of business. Theme Park's rendered graphics make you feel as if you are really on the rides. You can go on any of the attractions. The roller coaster is especially awesome. If you've got a 3DO and lots of spare creativity, Theme Park will give you hours of fun.
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Game design at its best.When the psx version was released barely any tweaks were made to sich a winning recipe!!!
Tip for new players:Use the exit steps of rides as a direct route to either shops or a new ride
and don't be over compact.
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