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Thrillville: Off the Rails
Game Description:Thrillville: Off the Rails lives up to its name with 20 death-defying rides so outrageous, they inspire the same word from every park visitor who sees them: "WHOA!" Players build these incredible "WHOA Coasters" to leap from one track to another, launch through the air like cannonballs, blast through burning rings of fire and more. A new lighthearted story ties together more than 100 missions, complete with 34 playable multiplayer theme-park games and improved social interaction with park guests. The in-depth conversations both advance the plot and suggest better ways to manage the park. But is every guest to be trusted? One never knows when a rival from the nefarious Globo-Joy might attempt to sabotage Thrillville parks with deceptive information...
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  • LucasArts Games Go Live On Steam -- Here's How Much They Cost

    When LucasArts announced the company would start embracing the digital distribution revolution, there was much rejoicing. Matters of price, however, were still being worked out during the announcement. LucasArts' games have since gone live on Steam, which means the prices are hidden no more. The Dig -- $4.99 Star Wars: Starfighter --...

    Posted July 8, 2009

    LucasArts Games Go Live On Steam -- Here's How Much They Cost
  • A Guide To LucasArts' Classics Arriving On Steam Today

    After years of complaining, LucasArts is releasing some of their classic games in an easily purchased format that will run without headaches on modern gaming rigs. There are, of course, a many games that aren't making their way to Steam just yet, but for a first wave, there's some great games, a number of which I haven't even played myself,...

    Posted July 8, 2009

    A Guide To LucasArts' Classics Arriving On Steam Today

 


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