RollerCoaster Tycoon 2: Time Twister

EU Release date: n/a
US Release date: 22 Oct, 2003
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Time twister adds to your theme park experience by giving players several new environments, some new rides, as well as no less then 14 new scenarios that span the goes, from dinosaurs to outer space...

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PC RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 "holiday 2014", Atari plan "even more social features"

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While Rollercoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile is now out on iPhone and iPad, boiling the blood of veteran RCT fans. Atari announce the "completely different" PC version is due this holiday. It's a "multiplayer" version, apparently.

Atari say it'll have "even more social features" with co-operative gameplay. It's unclear if they mean 'more social' than the mobile version, or previous PC releases.

RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile announced, "a PC experience in production"

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Atari assures us that a "PC experience" is in development for the next RollerCoaster Tycoon, meaning that the human spirit might not be crushed after all following their 'RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile' announcement.

RCT 4 has been unveiled for iOS, plunging hopes of a new serious entry into oblivion. This abomination maybe overlooked if an actual PC version is in the works.

Atari tease new RollerCoaster Tycoon, seemingly for mobile platforms

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Sorry thrill-seekers but while Atari may have teased a new RollerCoaster Tycoon in the works with a looped GIF of a coaster in motion, it appears this isn't what PC theme park managers have been hoping for.

A hashtag was posted alongside the image - #RCT4M - and unfortunately that 'M' reeks of mobile. Atari posted the tease on their official Facebook page; a harbinger if you will.

Braben: PS3 hacks "damaging to everyone", "stand against it"

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Frontier Developments' David Braben has condemned the actions of PlayStation 3 hackers for their arrogance, and says this is not just an "academic exercise".

Sharing hack details citing 'freedom of speech' "is such rubbish," he says. All PS3 owners will suffer their actions, not just Sony. Must "roundly condemn" hackers.

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