Download: RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic for iOS, Android Released
Atari has released RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic game for both iOS and Android. Here are the details and download link.
An All-time Wonderful Classic Lands on Both iOS & Android
If you grew up in the classic gaming era, then you are well aware of RollerCoaster Tycoon. A game that lets you build a rollercoaster park of your dreams with all sorts of bells and whistles. Today, Atari is bringing the classic title back, and that too on mobile. Or more precisely: on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Android devices.
Create and run amazing parks complete with the most outrageous rides imaginable. RCT Classic includes a mixture of authentic playability, depth of gameplay and unique graphical style of Chris Sawyer’s original best-selling RollerCoaster Tycoon® PC Games, now enhanced for handheld devices.
Packed with content, players can enjoy designing and building roller coasters and rides, landscaping parks and managing the staff and finances to keep their guests happy and the money flowing in.
RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic is one title that sees itself stand the test of time really well. And having being re-released for devices that sit comfortably in our pockets, it’s a clear sign Atari is not yet ready to put the game in a cardboard box. Not yet, at least.
RollerCoaster Tycoon is not a very demanding game therefore it should run just fine on many devices available out there. If you are an iOS user, then you should have at least iOS 7 or above in order to jump into the rollercoaster madness. Android users on the other hand, should be running Android 4.0.3 and up at least. If you fulfill that requirement with ease, then tap on the links below to go straight to the download page. But remember, the game will set you back $5.99 in order to download. There are a couple of in-purchases as well if you want to expand the game further.
If you love classics, then I would highly recommend giving this game a shot. The graphics compliment the modern era really well, and the gameplay is something you cannot experience in many titles available today. In short: it’s worth a play.