About Sim Theme Park • Sim Theme Park (also known as Theme Park World outside of the US) is a construction and management simulation game, and is a sequel to the 1994 video game Theme Park. Sim Theme Park was developed by Bullfrog Productions and released by Electronic Arts in 1999. Rules • Don't spam download links for the game. One post is enough (none yet, feel free to make one with a link to a trusted file hosting website.) The game appears to be considered abandonware, so finding a download shouldn't be too hard.
If you haven't played Sim Theme Park or want to try this simulation video game, download it now for free! Published in 1999 by Electronic Arts, Inc., Sim Theme Park is still a popular managerial title amongst retrogamers, with a whopping 4.5/5 rating.
We're not responsible for anything bad which happens if you do choose to do that, though. • Flair your posts! Here's a list of current flairs: • [Guide] for if you.post a guide. • [PSA] When announcing important things to the community, such as a game breaking bug, or discovered something to help with modding, etc. • [Help] If you're having a problem with the game, and would like assistance • [Release] if you're releasing a mod, tool, etc. Modding • True modding doesn't currently seem possible right now, but you can open the game's.wad and.sdt files in. • Using Dragon UnPACKer, you can extract all the files in them, but not insert any.
If somebody can figure out a way to do so, that would help enormously! • Most of the.sam files in the game folder are text documents. If you wish to edit them, you should use Sharing parks • Yup, you can do that.
Just go into your save directory, and provide a download of it in a.zip file. You can find the save location, Golden Ticket launcher • Golden Ticket is a launcher for Sim Theme Park, which can automatically patch the game, and aims to make the experience with the game more enjoyable as a whole. Also, did we mention that it's open source, and is hosted on GitHub? So after following the compatability instructions of in this lovely thread I still couldn't get my game to work. But after some fiddling, I seemed to have fixed it! Basically, what you'll need to do is exactly as the above thread says- but, you need to follow another tutorial first (or after? I don't know, first worked for me though).
This tutorial right here: So, in order, to get the game to work in it's entirety: • Uninstall • Reboot • Reinstall • Apply the V.2 patch which both tutorials provide a download link for • Reboot • Download the font file fix from () and run this • Download the 8- 10 (or whatever patch is applicable) from thread • Extract this into the directory your game is installed in, replacing the files when prompted • Double click the reg file that appears in your directory • Run the game! I hope this helps someone! It took me ages to think of combining the two tutorials, because I'm silly, but I hope this works for someone!