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Can a game as completely charming as Parkitect get any sweeter? Well they've sure tried with the 1.6 update and Booms & Blooms DLC now available.

Playing a business simulation game doesn't need to be all business, sometimes it needs a little pizzazz. You're building a theme park after all, it needs plenty to show off to customers so they can empty their wallets in your direction. That's what the update and DLC are all about. For everyone it gives an automatic day/night cycle (an option), mowed grass terrain type, new decorative objects, German guest names are in, alternative font styles for 3D signs, leaf movement animation to trees, an Italian translations, a depth visualization to the blueprint builder and a bunch of juicy sounding performance improvements.

Mean while there's the new DLC, which you can see a trailer for below:

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For this DLC you will find a brand new Effects Controller for creating fireworks shows, fountain shows, triggering effects on rides and more. They also added multiple new rides like a Tilt Coaster, Pivot Coaster, Rowboats, fireworks are new as well of course, there's new trees and shrubs and even speakers for playing music across the park/custom sound effects. Together the update and DLC sound great.

Parkitect turned into such a wonderful game. If you love sweet building sims you should grab it.

You can pick up Parkitect plus any DLC from Humble Store, GOG and Steam.

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