Theme Park World (PC) Reviews
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by - written on 02/01/13 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Theme Park World for PC has been around for many years now, being released by Electronic Arts in 1999. The game was later released for Playstation. The game I have is suitable for Windows Me / NT/ 98 or 2000. It also works on XP and Vista. The game can be bought online new for under £5 including delivery. I have had this game for many years but only recently got it out to play, I had been playing quite a bit of Rollercoaster Tycoon 2 and decided to see how this measures up. It is fast and easy to install and a new player profile is created by simply entering your name when you start. The idea of the game is to create a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/04, updated on 17/06/05 (Very useful, 2221 readings)
Theme Park World PC Game I was complaining about boredom to my girlfriend down the phone one day and the next day she decided to bring me a treat Theme Park World for my new computer now I have one that can handle games at a reasonable level. Installations: This was easy enough it was mostly done by ease just using the default setting so you really can sit there just selecting next, next, next and it does not move around too many things on your computer and shouldn?t cause you any problems after a time. First Impressions: I had played Theme Park on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/11 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I played this game back when I was little and although I remember enjoying it, I never really could understand it fully. So, I decided to change that and go back and see if the game lives up to it's memories. In a way it does. Plot: To build a great looking theme park or four. Gameplay: You can build within four different theme parks each with a different setting. There is a Halloween World, Dinosaur World, Garden World and a Space World. The first two you can access and begin building straight away but with the other two, you have to unlock them by winning golden keys. You get these golden keys by accomplishing certain thing within your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/09 (Very useful, 13 readings)
Theme Park World is the sequel to Bullfrog's classic 'Theme Park' released in 1994. Five years later and the sequel was released. The graphics have been improved and polished although it still has to be said that the visuals are not this games strong point. Rides and scenery look jagged and pretty ropey around the edges. Despite it's graphical short comings the game itself is quite addictive. Players must accomplish tasks such as getting a certain amount of people into your park or building a massive rollercoaster, when these tasks are succesfully completed the player is awarded a 'golden ticket', which can be exchanged for new and better rides. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/09 (Very useful, 22 readings)
The first time I ever played Theme Park was on my Amiga, it was an absolutely brilliant game where you had to build your own theme park and manage it. Obviously the same goes for Theme Park World... The idea of the game is to create and manage your own Theme Park. You need to earn money and setup theme parks all over the world. If you do not earn money and go bankrupt the game will end. There are many different rides and shops that you can purchase for your theme park. You can control different aspects of each ride and shop from the ride capacity to when maintenance should be carried out on the rides. You can set the prices of ... Read the complete review
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