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Your self-designed character is the manager of a line of highly popular theme parks owned by Uncle Mortimer, who is the designer of many great theme-park-related inventions. There are five ... See full summary »
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Andrew Chaikin Andrew Chaikin ... Disc Jockey (voice) (as Andrew Chaiken)
Benjamin Bryan ... Child Male 2 (voice)
Braeden Lemasters ... Child Male 1 (voice) (as Branden Lemasters)
Brett Pels Brett Pels ... Adult Female (voice)
Brian Greene Brian Greene ... Uncle Mortimer (voice)
Christy Moreau Christy Moreau ... Adult Female 1 (voice)
Carl Norde Jr. Carl Norde Jr. ... Singer 1 (voice) (as C.J. Nord)
Jesse Harlin Jesse Harlin ... Singer 2 (voice)
David W. Collins ... Singer (voice)
Jewels Jaselle ... Singer 4 (voice) (as Julissa L. Aguirre)
Courtney Taylor Burness ... Female Child (voice) (as Courtney Burness)
Drew Bell ... Adult Male 3 (voice)
Dylan Snyder ... Teen Male 3 (voice)
Patrick Dorn ... Teen Male 4 (voice)
Eric Nelsen ... Harry - Teen Male 1 (voice)

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Your self-designed character is the manager of a line of highly popular theme parks owned by Uncle Mortimer, who is the designer of many great theme-park-related inventions. There are five different parks, and each one has three sections that all tie in to the same overall theme. Sometimes, some of the rides for the park continue the same theme. During your park's rise to fame, you have to deal with many attempts to take down its popularity, mainly from Vernon Garrison, a rival character who runs another chain of theme parks called Globo-Joy. The game's main objective is to keep your customers happy so that they don't get bored. Throughout the game, there are many mini-games and missions to be played, and there is a separate multiplayer mini-game section outside of the main game, as well as another section where coasters can be created and saved to be used inside the game later on.

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TONS of mini-games
24 May 2007 | by slooo1See all my reviews

I love this game. Primarily because of the vast number of mini-games. My friends come by and we waste robots, play mini-golf, ride bumper cars, play a variety of old-school video games, rewire electrical devices or drive a variety of vehicles. I personally love the ability to create coasters (and to a lesser extent racetracks).

Not really into the 'Entertainer' mini-game/cheerleader employee training. Sort of DDR without the step-pad. Cleaning up vomit is an acquired 'taste.' This thing has a wide variety of coaster types/mechanics (from standard wood and steel to wonky monorails and this really cool mouse design that has the car whipping around like a tilt-o-whirl). Plus it has these cool interfaces (on the PS2 version) where it will either put in special track presets or will actually figure out how to complete your Masterpiece for you. Lots of control, and some wild physics. Love making those park guests wobble around.

Lot of fun. About 30 hours to finish most of it. But the mini-games will keep you coming back again and again.


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