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Sim Theme Park (PSP)

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Description

Sim Theme Park is the sequel to Theme Park and the second game in the series. It is a theme park management game where players build their own theme park with roller coasters, rides and food stalls. Each building can be customized for its appearance, prices and also the length of the ride. Roller coasters play an important role as the main attraction for visitors. Players can design a custom ride and then test it from a first-person view.

In this version the park can be built in four different worlds: Lost Kingdom (prehistoric theme), Halloween World (spooky theme), Wonderland (fantasy theme) and Space Zone (futuristic theme). The game boasts 3D graphics and players can walk around in their park as if they were one of the guests, and go on the rides. Golden Tickets can be won by doing great things to the park and these can be used to buy new rides and parks.

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Alternate Titles

  • "לונה פארק עולמי" -- Hebrew spelling
  • "Theme Park World" -- European title
  • "Theme Park Roller Coaster" -- PlayStation 2 title
  • "Theme Park 2" -- Informal title

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Apr 16, 2009

Trivia

Most of the staff you can hire in Theme Park World are named after people who worked on the game.

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Charly2.0 (32163) added Sim Theme Park (PSP) on Feb 27, 2011
Other platforms contributed by Fred VT (24541), Charly2.0 (32163), Corn Popper (69753), Kartanym (10772), Grant McLellan (545) and Matthew Bailey (1143)