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Park it up
The original Theme Park games are bona fide classics in the SimCity-style genre of city-building experiences but if you're looking for a more modern title to get your management fix, then Parkitect is well worth a look. It's a game which is still in development so you can expect further changes, but it's more than playable in its current state and is for the most part a solid experience. In very similar fashion to other games in this genre, you're in control of a theme park and must manage it from the ground up, making decisions on pretty much every aspect of its running. You'll have to place all the buildings and facilities your customers need to get them in the gates while making sure everything is aesthetically appealing. Perhaps the most enjoyable aspect though is the actual designing of your roller coasters which is made easy thanks to the clever and intuitive system which allows you come up with fabulous designs quickly and efficiently. Although it's arguable that this does little differently from any of the games which preceded it by a number of years, there's no denying that for fans of this sort of thing, there's much entertainment to be had here. The game is very easy to get into, thanks to the control system and UI so you'll be up and running in no time. There's also heaps of customization to be done and there's no shortage of things to keep you busy. Seeing your park go from nothing to a huge success is highly satisfying and is likely to keep you playing for some time.