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Parkitect alpha 12 released which continues the UI overhaul

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Parkitect [Official Site, GOG, Steam], the theme park building game that supports Linux has released another alpha. Amongst other things, it continues their UI overhaul.

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Changelog:
  • added Inverted Double Swing
  • added Robot entertainer
  • added Steam stats
  • added zoom to cursor
  • changed raising terrain/rides/buildings to 0.5 units from 1 (for new parks/scenarios)
  • improved terrain texturing
  • improved overall performance in busy parks
  • improved performance when hiding scenery
  • continued UI overhaul
  • terrain generator improvements
  • balance adjustments
  • Bug fixes


I think it's going to be a fantastic game when it's fully released, their attention to detail is quite amazing. It's already fun, but I am still waiting for the proper management side of it to come in as it's mainly a sandbox right now. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Motionshot 4 Apr, 2017
Looks a lot like RollerCoaster Tycoon but that's a compliment 'cause IMHO RCT is still a great series, esp. 1 and 2! And the fact that this games actually supports Linux is pretty sweet 'cause that means we finally have an RCT-like game on Linux NATIVE! :-)
mattsturgeon 12 Apr, 2017
I wish Planet Coaster was targeting Linux, but I'm glad that at least one of the upcoming three roller coaster games is
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