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The terrible free-to-play hooks and the dated obsession with the term "peeps" make this one to avoid. 0
Rollercoaster Tycoon 1 and 2 have always been excellent examples of the management genre, and are remembered fondly with good reason.Easy enough for a kid to figure out, yet deep enough to maintain the attention of an adult. Speaking currently as the latter, it's the perfect game to play with a coffee in hand. What drives one to play is the feeling that despite that you may have periods of inactivity, the park owes it's success to your hand of god, and/or maitenance. When you take this away, ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile is the latest entry in the beloved franchise from publisher Atari. This time its developer On5 at the helm and what they've created is a Frankenstein's monster made up of small pieces from the original games bound together with free-to-play and mobile game garbage. The result is a barely-recognizable abomination whose sole purpose is to trap unknowing players in a money vortex. On5 and Atari seize every opportunity to halt player progress and force them to either st...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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