Real-life coasters reach the artificial world with the mobile digital game.

License Global

July 5, 2019

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Atari has launched a partnership with Six Flags Entertainment to bring the real-world attractions of Six Flags to the theme park management game “RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch.”

A new Six Flags season update, available now, will add branded rides, shops and theming for players to create in their parks. Gamers can experience the park’s offering in the virtual world via the in-game store or unlocked by completing in-game challenges.

“‘RollerCoaster Tycoon’ is the most authentic and popular theme park simulation series available,” says Tony Chien, vice president, marketing, Atari. “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 recreate some of their favorite Six Flags theme park experiences.”

News of Atari’s deal follows the announcement of the real-life Lionsgate indoor amusement park in China, which is scheduled to launch later this year.

Multiple Six Flags Seasons with new Six Flags attractions will be rolled out throughout the year.

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