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Adventure Park

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Create your own theme park just the way you want it. Let your imagination run wild!
Attract visitors to your park with all kinds of different and unusual attractions. Your revenue and the reactions of your visitors help you to expand your park and make it even more attractive.

Turn your park into the best and most exciting theme park of all time!

  • Build the theme park of your dreams! Play in Campaign Mode or in Free Play on one of eight different maps.
  • Roller coasters and more! Offer your visitors lots of exciting attractions (e.g. Freefall Tower, Ferris Wheel). Use different types of tracks and the intuitive, grid-free track building system to construct spectacular rides to delight the park's visitors.
  • Adventuring will get you hungry...and thirsty! Provide the appropriate infrastructure in the park, with food stands, souvenir shops and the right staff (e.g. gardeners), so that your guests will always feel at home.
  • The best managers have always got everything under control! The only way to ensure your park is a success is to always keep an eye on all the goings-on in the park and know how to manage them with skill. The comprehensive management system is structured intuitively, while still offering a challenge for more experienced players.
  • A theme park where there's always something to be smartened up! A whole load of items such as statues, fountains, lamps, fences, rocks and plants allow you to design the park just as you like it.
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Windows 7
  • Processor: 3 GHz Intel Pentium D, AMD Athlon64 3000+ and SSE2
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: nVidia GeForce 8600 GT or better, ATI Radeon X1800 or better
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 1500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
  • OS: Windows XP, Windows 7
  • Processor: Dualcore CPU (Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 or better AMD Phenom X3 8750 or better) and SSE2
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: nVidia GeForce 280 GTX or better, ATI Radeon HD4870 or better
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 1500 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Adventure Park reviews and comments

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I want to love it, but it can't be done. Unfortunately, I have always had a certain "Hatred" towards 3D Managers/Simulators. I just like an Isometric 2D View much more á la Theme Park or RollerCoaster Tycoon 1 and 2. In itself, I also like an Optional Tutorial Much more than an imposed one as it is done here. Here you don't get any real Freedoms at the Tutorial and you do exactly what you're told and right from the Point I had done. I don't want to be grabbed like a fucking Kid on my Arm to be told what to do. Where did this Attempt to throw the Player in it cold Wet and just hold Up a Text-based Tutorial like at the Industry Giants? If you don't read properly, you won't get any further later and is good. It all worked at the time and had an Addiction potential. Just because you were NOT perfect at the Beginning and started over and over again to improve yourself and to notice that you HAVE REALLY improved. But I know why this doesn't really work in the Game here. After all, a real Learning Curve simply cannot take place here. The Game has been so versibly plated that you can't really go wrong and even the Tutorial is ultimately superfluous. Getting Into it Minus? Almost impossible. A Draught into Matter? Barely available. A Replacement to RollerCoaster Tycoon or Theme Park? Alas, it doesn't. Even the Legoland Video Game has a bigger Depth than this Game and that runs at least without any Problems. Moment... Problems... Exactly... The Game has Problems ... I've already mentioned those in Gameplay, but those in tech are much worse. The Graphics themselves are not exactly up to date and you might think that the Game runs under all Middle-class Computers. But that is certainly not the case. My Computer already partially gets down on its Knees and it is guaranteed not to be a bad one (Crysis 1 runs loosely flaky with 60fps and DiRT 3 as well). Microruckler without ending when I zoom "far" and Have that without Anti-aliasing and Anisotropic filtering. It just hurts in my Manager's Heart in case it still exists ... Because the Game probably completely destroyed it, because the Game is just horrible. Okay, terrible may be exaggerated but the Price of €27 (or so in the Spin?!) is completely exaggerated. The Content alone (not even 10 different Maps!) is weak here and a replayability will probably hardly be present here. -This is purely because all the Parks have become far too small. -> You catch the new Sim City too small from the Building Surface? Then let the Game be complete here! I'm just so sorry ... I can't make a Buy Recommendation at a Full Price. If it buys for €5bn but BITTE won't spend more Money on it.
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