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RollerCoaster Tycoon Latest News - PC

RollerCoaster Tycoon
Game Description:Roller Coaster Tycoon is all about getting people into your amusement park and emptying their pockets as you show them a good time. Park-goers come in with about $70 apiece, and you can set prices for general admission, for each different ride, and concessions like soda pop, hamburgers, park maps, and umbrellas. You can even charge people for using the rest rooms, but if you charge too much people will simply refuse to pay and make a mess outside. The rides themselves come in several flavors -- simple attractions like Ferris Wheels and Haunted Houses, and the more elaborate tracked rides, like log runs, miniature trains, monorails and of course roller coasters, that can be hand-designed to fit the local terrain or built from a default plan.
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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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