Summary: I was so excited when I heard they were comming out with this game because I LOVE theme park. I got it yesterday and played it, it's great but a little tricky at first. I am slowly getting the hang of it. My only problem is the game froze on me once already, but other than that its ok.
Summary: I was a fan of this little gem back in 1994 when it first came out on the original PlayStation and am glad to see it's been released on the DS. In Theme Park you own and operate your own amusement park. You control everything from ticket prices to negotiating wages.
Summary: Before there was Rollercoaster Tycoon, there was Theme Park. For those who don't know, Theme Park was originally released back in 1994 for the PC and Sega Genesis. It was a little gem of a game that was addictive, humorous, and it helped pave the way for future amusement park simulation games such...
Summary: My husband got this game for his DS first, and when he started having so much fun with it, he got one for me, too. We are both addicted to this game! Can't put it down. The easiest playing level is just right to start with, and you can make it harder as you go.
Summary: Theme Park is a remake of a simulation game released in the mid 1990's in which you took on the role of an entrepreneur who built and maintained, well, Theme Parks. The game was great then, and the graphics were quite advanced for the game's time.
Summary: I have the game for a day ( so if I wrong about something please let me know)and so far I noticed 10 cons: 1. You can only save one game! That means if another person wants to play it would have to delete your park or play in your park .
Summary: The problem is that I played this game on Sega for approximately 3904 hours. In fact, I once owed $90 at the Video store because I was renting it. That being said, the DS game does not quite live up to the original, the problem for me is the graphics/controls.