Six Flags Theme Parks Coming To Atari’s RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch

Posted: Jul 1 2019, 5:56pm CDT | by , in Technology News

Six Flags theme parks coming to Atari’s RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch
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Get ready to ride the roller coaster beast Tatsu and the giant spinning disk Spinsanity.

Gaming company Atari has teamed up with amusement parks operator Six Flags Entertainment popular to bring the latter’s popular rides to Atari’s theme park management game RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch.

Atari has started rolling out the new “Six Flags Season” update to the game, which can be played in mobile devices.

RollerCoaster Tycoon is a series of 3D simulation mobile games that center on building and managing amusement parks. The game was first released in 1999 for Microsoft Windows, and was later made available for the Xbox in 2003. It was created by Scottish game designer Chris Sawyer.

RollerCoaster Tycoon was previously published by Hasbro Interactive, then Infogrames before Atari secured the publishing rights in 2003.

With the latest update, the Six Flags Season will introduce fan-favorite branded rides, shops, family attractions and other themes for players to create in their parks. Visitors of the players’ park can ride the Six Flags Season’s roller coaster beast, Tatsu, and jump on board the giant spinning disk, Spinsanity.

The Six Flags update will also feature food stops such as Primo’s Pizzeria and Coaster Candy.

“Through this partnership, fans will be able to add an even deeper level of realism by introducing some of the most iconic real-world rides into their virtual theme park creations – and even re-create some of their favorite Six Flags theme park experiences,” Tony Chien, Vice President of Marketing at Atari, was quoted as saying.

Atari said more features and attractions are available through the in-game store or by unlocking in-game challenges. The company is also promising to roll out multiple Six Flags Seasons throughout the year.

The update is currently available on Google Play and on the App Store.

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