Summary: Well I sold this quite a long time ago, it was fun, has good minigames, customize miniature golf courses and build and ride rollercoasters. But eventually got tired of it, but later I reallized how much of a mistake I made. So what I'm trying to say: If you get get tired off it, don't sell it. If you do, eventually have a strange urge to play but you don't have it. I liked that you could socialize with people who are in the park, you can flirt, make friends or enemys.
Summary: This game is fun for all ages. Build your own amusement park, complete with rollercoasters, and other rides, then let your own character ride the rides you made yourself. Race your friends in go-carts, or just cruise your park and watch others ride your own ride you made yourself. Some people get sick coming off your roller coaster! This game has other games to play besides making a park. You can be a cheerleader, play carnival games, and ride the bumper cars.
Don't Expect this to be a Console version of RollerCoaster Tycoon 3.
James Wyatt, Amazon
22 November 2006
Summary: Thrillville. In this game you take over management of a series of Theme Parks. Find out what's going wrong leading less people to spend their hard earned money at the Park. Hire & Train personel to Clean the Park, Fix the rides that break down, & Entertain the Guests. That means you train them up by cleaning the vomit & cans on the walkways. You Build electrical circuits to fix rides.