An intrepid RollerCoaster Tycoon player has made a working calculator out of roller coasters. This incredible build combines my two least favorite things: math, and dropping from somewhere high up.
The Rollercoaster Tycoon franchise still has an active, creative community, and nothing screams “I love the thrill of ‘coaster action” more than an 80 foot drop into standing water.
A Rollercoaster Tycoon player has created a horrifying trial for their park attendees. Only those who find enlightenment will escape.
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For as low as $250, you too can become an investor in Atari Game Partners’ attempt to bring a Rollercoaster Tycoon game to the Nintendo Switch.
Meet “Just a Walk in the Park”. It’s a theme park built in an open source version of Rollercoaster Tycoon 2 with mostly one attraction: a maze. A maze so large, so hellish, that it took a single NPC 263 in-game years just to get to the exit.
The game came out in 2002, but up until yesterday, I-am-Prime was still working on fine-tuning an isometric amusement park that was years in the making.
The silly way is the only way to play RollerCoaster Tycoon. Unfinished rollercoasters, puke everywhere, labyrinths without restrooms, visitors who can’t find the exit.
Instead of making some classic games harder using the usual methods—more difficult and faster enemies, timed levels, broken controls—the folks at Dorkly created a special, rather unfair mode for games that weren’t necessarily famous for being impossible.
Hey, a new Rollercoaster Tycoon game got shown off properly for the first time today! Remember Rollercoaster Tycoon, and how good it was 10, 15 years ago? Keep remembering, because this one looks like hell.
Is Frontier Development's Xbox-exclusive amusement ride builder worth a play? That depends—how strong is your stomach?
The spiritual successor to RollerCoaster Tycoon arrives on Xboxes this Tuesday, giving players the ability to design, test-drive and destroy insane amusement park rides. I just want to see if the game's blazing speed will make Twitch pee itself.
New Rollercoaster Tycoon? Nope: this is ScreamRide, a newly-announced Rollercoaster Tycoon-like-game for Xbox One and 360, shown off at Microsoft's Gamescom conference in Germany today.
Atari announced today that they plan to revive RollerCoaster Tycoon, a series of video games in which you invite people to a theme park and figure out how to properly murder them.
It was only a matter of time until iOS devices got their very own roller coaster management game. There may not yet be an iOS version of Roller Coaster Tycoon, but now we've got the next best thing: Coaster Crazy, a new free iOS game from Frontier Developments, the studio behind RollerCoaster Tycoon 3.
Amusement parks: they should be fun, right? Cute, quirky, maybe scary in all the right ways, but ultimately, amusing.
Witness as the Dorkly folks bravely attempt to squeeze a little humor out of Chris Sawyer's classic amusement park sim. You'd think it'd be easy.
Okay, it might not be one of the best-selling PC franchises that immediately comes to mind, the RollerCoaster Tycoon series has sold more than a million units worldwide, and next year it's coming to the 3DS.
There are currently plans to make movies based on World of Warcraft, Gears of War and BioShock. Those all make sense. But a new deal that hopes to make a film out of family strategy game Rollercoaster Tycoon? Um...