French simming site SimCookie has posted images from Greenman Gaming of what appears to be SimCity Amusement Park DLC, with rather thorough descriptions of what it would include in gameplay. It states it’s for North American release on May 28th, so hopefully we will hear more about a worldwide release when it’s confirmed. It seems like a lot of content for the $9.99 price tag, but that may be a place holder ala Sims 3 Store.
I’m kind of digging what this could do for Tourism Cities, making you rely less on Casinos and really pricey landmarks. It also feels a little Sim Theme Park, which was my favourite PC game for the longest time when I was younger 🙂
Mayor or Park Designer? You’re in control of the layout of your Amusement Park. Will you focus the aesthetic look or maximizing your profits? Perhaps you can have the best of both worlds!
- Amusement Park Lights & Sounds: All the lights, sounds and life of a crowded amusement park can be found in this pack, with all the familiar sights: ferris wheels, roller coasters, go-kart tracks and more!
- Lively Tourist Hotspot: Casinos and landmarks aren’t the only way to attract tourists. Mayors can now live out their dream of having a massive theme park in their cities.
- Massive Entrances: Choose from three large, impressive themed amusement park entrances, allowing you to choose the entrance you like the most or customize your park with multiple entrances.
- Customizable Paths: Lay out your amusement park how you’d like it. Just draw the pedestrian path between your amusement park’s entrance and the rides, adapting to your city’s layout.
- All Aboard!: The Wheels of Wonder amusement park comes with a mini-train station and rails that you can lay to direct your Sims around your amusement park.
- Fun for All Ages: Whether you’re trying to excite adrenalin junkies, provide family-friendly fun, or going for the classic Amusement Park feel we’re got you covered with different types of rides and different styles of ticket gate.
Shoppers Spend Money: The large influx of shoppers that amusement parks bring benefit local commercial businesses. Happy tourists will even stay in local hotels to shop or visit the amusement park another day. »