A gamer has spent ten years building an elaborate theme park on the RollerCoaster Tycoon video game.
I-am-Prime, has finally unveiled the detailed virtual theme park which started as a childhood project and has clearly become something of an obsession.
Not held back by funding constraints, the digital theme park includes 34 rollercoasters, 255 attractions and shops and a monorail which has given rides to over 1 million virtual theme park goers. The theme park features themed zones such as Tron, Egypt, Space and Western.
RollerCoaster Tycoon was first launched in 2002. Players can create their dream coasters but must also manage the park’s operations to maximise customer satisfaction and profits. The latest updates include an Asian theme park pack.