Theme Park For Android Is A Fun And Addictive Game, Lets You Create Theme Parks With Rides And Attractions
Amusement parks and theme parks are an excellent way of having family, adrenaline fuelled fun, but sometimes they can just be to expensive and too far away. The next best thing is clearly settling down in the comfort of your own home, pulling out your Android smartphone or tablet and creating your own unique theme part right in the palm of your hand. Thankfully, EA Mobile has us covered with Theme Park for Android.
Theme Park isn’t a brand new creation and has been doing the rounds on various platforms for quite some time, but this is the first official launch on the Android mobile platform that lets gamers create fun-packed adventure-lands without leaving their own residence. The game is an interactive fantasy world with fantastic and engaging graphics that offers all of the features of the Theme Park series that gamers of yesteryear have come to know and love.
No amusement park would be complete without a plethora of rollercoaster and ride options, all of which exist within the Theme Park game. Users will have the ability to build and interact with insane rollercoasters and most other ride attractions you would see in a fair ground. The graphics are beautiful, the animations of each ride are life-like and certainly make the game more real. Unfortunately, running a theme park isn’t all fun and games, with maintenance being a large requirement of any public facing attraction.
Shops, stalls and food outlets will need to be maintained and restocked. Rides and roller coasters will need consistent maintenance to ensure the safety of guests at all times. As is usually the case with games like these, the key to success is having plenty of cash in the bank to be able to offer the latest and greatest attractions, as well as being able to build rides and rollercoasters quickly to pull the punters in.
The game may be free of charge and look gorgeous, but the advertising popups and constant demanding of in-app purchases may be enough to put a few people off. As they say, free doesn’t always mean free and everything comes with a cost. If you can handle that, then Theme Park is a lovely looking creation that invokes all of our memories of old times.