RollerCoaster Tycoon Arriving for Android and iOS in Early 2013

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  • 24 Oct 2012
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  • I imagine most PC gamers have enjoyed RollerCoaster Tycoon back in the day and even now it’s a title worth discovering if you haven’t already. It has been rumored that developers are working on releasing a mobile version of the game. Today we have some good new. According to the latest info the game will be arriving for Android and iOS early next year.

    RollerCoaster Tycoon is a highly succesful title on the PC platform were three versions were launched with the passing of the years. It is a game of management and planing, of careful strategies and quick response to the problems that you encounter while building your fun Park. The first versions of the game for PC offered some interesting but pretty basic 2D graphics. Later it was updated in 3D and made even more enjoying for the millions of players around the Globe.

    RollerCoaster Tycoon will be soon available for the mobile platform. It is expected to offer the same highly addictive gameplay that the original title for PC offered while combining good 3D graphics. The touch experience should pose no problems on tablets but we remember the game as having many small buttons for different actions so it will be interesting to see how the developers can optimize it for the touch experience.  RollerCoaster Tycoon will be available with the beginning of the next year for Android and iOS.

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