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RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Wild! Latest News - PC

RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Wild!
Game Description:The second expansion pack, RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Wild! combines thrilling coasters with extreme animal parks. Wild! features nine newly-designed scenarios for gameplay in the RCT wild kingdom (built around either a Jungle or Prehistoric theme.) Take a ride through 8 more coasters, 18 'flat' rides, brand new animal houses and 4 additional transport rides. Wild! also features Safari elements for building expedition rides where park visitors interact with over 20 species of wild animals. You can now even use your own designs for billboards and theme park ads. In addition to the theme park building, players can also interact with the animals, select their food and toys, tickle them or poke them awake, breed and trade them with other animal parks. Choreograph fun and entertaining performing animal programs, like the Lion Tamer Show, using the RCT3 MixMaster. And look out for escaping animals!
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  • Sony Buys Movie Rights To Rollercoaster Tycoon

    If you need evidence of the creative bankruptcy of modern Hollywood, look no further than this: Sony has purchased the movie rights to video game Rollercoaster Tycoon in the hopes of turning it into a major motion picture. David Ronn and Jay Scherick, who wrote the Kevin James comedy The Zookeeper, will write what will be a live-action/CGI...

    Posted May 13, 2010

    Sony Buys Movie Rights To Rollercoaster Tycoon

 


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