roller coaster tycoon

As we recently reported, Atari promised to unleash a mobile version of RollerCoaster Tycoon unto Apple’s iOS platform soon. Based on the original RollerCoaster Tycoon franchise, the mobile which simulates amusement park construction and management has just arrived in the App Store. The game challenges you create the amusement park of your dreams and exchange rollercoaster blueprints with friends on Facebook and Game Center.

RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile is available for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices, will run you $2.99 and is now available in the App Store

The game comes down to constructing thrilling roller coasters to keep your visitors excited. You can build your park using ready-made items and unlock new materials as you progress through the game.

It includes twenty pre-designed coasters and over fifty different attractions, restaurants, concession stands, hotels and decorations, there’s a built-in RollerCoaster Editor and lots more.

Here’s the gameplay trailer.

More can be learned at the official RollerCoaster Tycoon website.

According to Atari’s Twitter, they’re working on a PC experience that’s “in production” now to be released “this year.”

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Will you be the next rollercoaster tycoon?

The game is available for $2.99 in the App Store.

The 68.3MB download requires an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 5.0 or later. The game offers in-app purchases in the form of a single $0.99 payment for a pack of 10,000 coins. Note: the game is preloaded with over $5.00 of in-game currency.

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If you like these types of games, consider taking 31x Limited’s Transport Tycoon for a spin. The universal game costs $6.99, but there’s a free Lite version available to try before you buy.

  • Franklin Richards

    At least it’s not a free-to-play game. Although a lot of fans are still going to be annoyed it came out on the iOS first instead of PC.

    • Matthew Cleveland

      But it’s a paid game with IAPs. That’s even worse than free-to-play.

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  • Mr.Ocean

    Wow a paid App with premium currency… 🙁 Thats just BS

    • jack

      what? can you be more clear please?

  • ✪ aidan harris ✪

    Just an FYI but the AppStore link points to Transport Tycoon…

  • jack

    reviews are very negative because they force you to collect gold from each stand and IAPs……..

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