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.
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.
Excerpt: This is a game that you will thoroughly enjoy if you are into Strategy gaming. In this game you will get to decide what rides you put where, and you even get to dsign you're own rollercoasters! Some of the particular details first of all; the graphics are godd but the music repeats itself and you will learn to hate the song very, very quickly! You will start off with having to design your avatar or character, and then you will go through a mini tutorial.
Pros: You get to design your own rollercoasters from scartch .
Cons: You can only design three / four per theme park .
Excerpt: Difficulty: Easy Learning Curve: About half an hour to an hour Excellent game for all strategy lovers! Suitable for all ages, play as either teenagers or young kids and be the manager of theme parks that you build with your own bare hands (literally, but through the use of analog sticks and PSP buttons) that will become legacy in the land of Thrillville!
Pros: Variety of games and sim management tasks - keeps you on your feet
Cons: Certain controls may be awkward to start with