SimCity Amusement Park DLC now available

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By on June 1, 2013 at 8:22 am

Hey, here’s a total non-surprise – the leaked Amusement Park DLC for SimCity is here, right on schedule.

The extra content allows you to build and customise a theme park with nine rides, three entry gates and five concessions stands – apparently you’ll have to experiment to find the right combinations and attract visitors, with a choice of classic or more thrilling options.

The pack also adds five new missions, which should make it easier to ramp up your Tourism specialisation.

Keen? Grab it through your Origin client, or via the web storefront; it costs $9.99.

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Jesus, I barely have enough space on my lots for what we already have… let alone enough space for an amusement park.

 

WOOOOOOOOOOOOO!! No thanks…
My city tiles were too cramped as it is. I’m not paying for some thing I should have gotten with the game or gotten free after the launch drama. As for the free title I was supposed to get I already had all the heavy hitter games so all I could pick was Bejeweled 3 and Sim City 4.

 
little_ninjai

I AGREE YES NEED BIGGER LOTS!
iesus,

 

Wow, they have worked seriously hard at making this game about absolutely anything other than building a city haven’t they.

 

Tiny city lots fail. No where to put stuff like this in game already – let alone for $10 DLC….

 

fuck this

 
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