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Parkitect [Steam, GOG, Official Site] is one of those Early Access games that sits firmly at the top of my list to keep an eye on. It's really fun already and every alpha is a big boost for it.

If you were ever a fan of Theme Park, then you might want to take a closer look at this one. There's nothing else like it on Linux right now, so it's an easy-win for us.

Their attention to the small details is highly commendable, as they keep going back to bits they did earlier (like water rendering) to improve it as time goes on. It does now look much better going by the shots in the blog linked below.

Alpha 10 (blog here) adds in:
- added Jumper
- added mechanical props
- added science fiction props
- added setting one-way signs per staff type
- added missing pieces for the brick and spooky walls sets
- added adjustable ride maintenance budget
- added receiving land as reward for scenario goals
- added configurable land costs for scenarios
- added adjustable climate for scenarios
- added returning guests
- added theme filters to deco window
- added categories to blueprints window
- added banking across the 180° mark
- added limited banking to 90° per segment size
- added restoring weather and camera position when loading savegame
- added default Steam Controller configuration/scaled up UI in Big Picture mode
- added water edges at terrain end
- and more! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Geppeto35 10 Feb, 2017
Nice, I supported them few months ago via GOG. Very fun, but very long also to get big structures ^^
Tchey 10 Feb, 2017
I enjoy it a lot, i bought it several months ago, and i'm happy to see the updates are shaping the game nicely.
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