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Parkitect [Official Site, GOG, Steam] is coming along really nicely, and looks to be a great answer to having a theme park builder on Linux. The developers have put up a new build with new rides including bumper cars, and the ability to get a loan.


New stuff
- added Hydraulically-launched Coaster
- added Bumper Cars
- added loans (you can't go bankrupt yet, so this is just for gathering feedback on it)
- added attraction maintenance costs
- added thunderstorms
- added rain ambiance
- colorized employee paths by zone color
- audio improvements
-improved finance overview
- improved performance of large terrain area selections/zones rendering
- Bugs Fixed

Really excited to see this continue to progress, it's already really cool, but when it gains scenarios and the actual ability to become bankrupt it will be more interesting.
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Tchey 11 October 2016 at 11:49 am UTC
I've some hours on it, since Alpha 2 . The building part is already good, we need the management part now and it will be a great game.
ElectricPrism 11 October 2016 at 5:00 pm UTC
How is it compared to RTC2?
VaDen 11 October 2016 at 5:56 pm UTC
ElectricPrismHow is it compared to RTC2?

Played it only once, cuz I have no time right now :\. Feels kinda like it, except it's 3D, so building rollercoasters is easier.
c00kie55 11 October 2016 at 7:32 pm UTC
I will buy this when its out of early acces.
Just love rollercoster sims
Philadelphus 14 October 2016 at 7:37 pm UTC
Parkitect's main menu music is ridiculously, ludicrously happy.
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