LOS ANGELES, Calif. USA–(Marketwire) – Beeline Interactive, Inc., a leading publisher and developer of social games for smartphones, has released “Dream Park” for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. In the game, players design and manage their own theme park complete with rides, concessions, and more.
Starting with a booth at local fair, players will build their Dream Park into a worldwide destination by building epic attractions and meticulously manicuring their park. Once the turnstiles start to spin, players will have the option to tweak the costs of different rides by adjusting a slider bar for all the major attractions. A high price ride will make the player more money per ticket, but it might mean fewer guests in the park. By hitting the right balance of fun versus profit, players can ensure a steady stream of happy customers while making enough money to grow their entertainment empire.
The game features three different themes — Sci-Fi, Prehistoric, and Fantasy/Medieval — and more than 40 animated rides and attractions. Additionally, players can further customize their park with oodles of decorations, walkways, landscaping and more.
“Dream Park” is currently available on the Apple App Store. The game is free to play, but charges real money for additional in-app content. For more information, visit www.Beeline-i.com.
About Beeline Interactive, Inc.
Beeline is a leading worldwide developer and publisher of games for smartphone platforms. A wholly owned subsidiary of Capcom with offices in Los Angeles, Toronto, London and Tokyo, Beeline was formed with the mandate of creating original and licensed games specifically designed for the unique play-style of the smartphone gamer. Beeline counts the hits Smurfs’® Village, Zombie Cafe™ and Lil’ Pirates™ among its portfolio and brings a solid foundation of strong brands, innovation and compelling social gameplay to the market. For additional information on the company and its offerings, please visit www.Beeline-i.com.
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