Summary: Thrillville queue-jumps previous theme-park games with its access-all-areas pass to adventure and enjoyment, placing a fully interactive and customizable amusement park at your fingertips, allowing you to experience the joys of creating and playing within their very own theme park.
Conclusion: Even if your idea of a good time doesn’t include hosing vomit and getting rejected by girls, you’ll still have a wild time at Thrillville , for forty dollars. It may not be the most open ended theme park on the planet, but it’s full of different ways to have fun, and that’s what matters most. Buy the ticket, and take the ride.
Pros: Ride what you build!, Great mini-games, Witty flirting, Fun
Excerpt: The coasters with the mostest. When I first heard about Thrillville , I thought to myself, “This looks exactly like Roller Coaster Tycoon ,” one of my favorite empire building PC games of the last ten years or so. Then I thought, “Sigh. Does the world really need another Roller Coaster Tycoon ?” Happily, I discovered the answer was, “Oh dear God, yes.” The premise of Thrillville is simple.
Pros: Ride what you build!, Great mini-games, Witty flirting, Fun, Can’t kill the guests, No free play, Short