Summary: I bought this game as a Christmas Present for my 12 year old son. He absolutely loved it. I think it was his favorite gift that year. He is 16 now and still plays the game once in a while. I would highly recommend the game. I checked all over for the best price...and Overstock.com was the cheapest by far. Paul C.
Summary: I brought Thrillville Off The Rails for the ds. I thought it was alright. So i decided to buy this one for psp. I like it so much better than the one for the ds. Even though its not touchscreen, i feel like there's so much more that can be done.
Summary: This game has so much to do, it's unreal. Yet everything is so real, you manage the park in every way including advertising, marketing, and research. It teaches people how to handle money better I think.
Summary: I was always a big fan of theme park games. I loved the idea of being able to do so. When I bought my PSP, I was lookin for games that I would have fun playing, and that would kill some time as well. I came across this game, and I'll admit, I was a bit skeptical at first. But this game didn't disappoint me. Not only can I create my own park, but I can play games, ride the rides, and interact with the customers!
Summary: If you like building rollercoaster's or like simulator games than this game is for you. Thrillville is a game were you build your own theme park and can buy games and rides for your park, or even design your own! You can interact with your customers and see what they think about your park. And if you really like rollercoaster's you can even ride them! The graphics are pretty good and the music isn't actually annoying.
Summary: I had already had this game for PS2 but when I bought a PSP, I decided to buy it for the PSP as well. I was worried that it wouldn't be as fun as the PS2 game but, thankfully, I was wrong. So what's this game all about? You play as a theme park manager. You must run the park, build rides, maintain them, and complete missions in order to move onto the next park. The missions are in 5 different categories (build, games, upkeep, business, and guests).
Summary: You start off by choosing the character you'd like to play, and then after a short interactive tutorial you're off and running at attempting to manage your own theme park. You are given missions to complete in order to unlock more theme parks. Rides are either premade, which your character can purchase, or can be custom built in build mode. Your character can also ride the rollercoasters.
Summary: Looking for a great game that you can just pick up and go, then Thrillville is the game for you. In Thrillville you are taking over park operations for your uncle while he is recouperating. Whats great about Thrillville is that when you first turn it on you are thrown right into the action. Thrillville is based on missions rather than reform park building(you have to place certain rides and concessions in predetermined areas.) Other than that it is great.
Summary: There is a lot of stuff to do in Thrillville. Minigolf, Go-Karts, shooting arenas, etc. The only problem is none of the stuff is fun to do. Go-karts handle very bad, and the shooting arenas are boring, mainly because they have tricky controls. Designing a roller coaster is a hassle, especially since there too many restrictions. You have to build the ride in a small amount of space, meaning that it'll be a short ride.