Marine Park Empire
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
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  • Uninstall instructions
 
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Marine Park Empire 

Run the most exciting animal theme park ever in Marine Park Empire, a fantastic sea-life simulation game in 3D.

Dive into the fun with the entire family as you build a wildlife experience full of wonderful underwater creatures as well as amazing land animals. Control every aspect of your venture, from caring for, feeding, and cleaning your animals, to hiring of employees and building fun rides.

Give your visitors the thrill of a lifetime as you provide all of the fun-filled attractions, rides, and shows for them to learn more about the amazing creatures in your care. Enjoy the free-form game where you set the rules or a challenging non-linear scenario mode where you can test your skills at becoming next great saltwater specialist. Maintain your checkbook balances afloat, keep your creatures delighted and the visitors flowing into your park. With 60 different animals available, 21 challenging scenarios, and an amazing 3D presentation, players of all ages can dive in for wave after wave of aquatic fun.

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Marine Park Empire today!

  • Give visitors the thrill of a lifetime in this fun-filled Simulation game for all ages.
  • Control every aspect of the wildlife park including caring for animals and building rides.
  • Enjoy the free-form game or a challenging non-linear scenario mode.
  • Care for 60 different land and marine animals like bears, sharks, whales, and more.
  • Please note that this game is a very large file. Expect longer download time.
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Reviews of Marine Park Empire
 | Added on: October 3, 2011
 
This game is great. My boyfriend is now playing it, but not the time management part, he does free play to create his own world. We are both addicited to this game. The animals do get fed they just don't see it, so move the animal. Just watch cause time flies when playing this game. Kudos to the makers!!
 | Added on: October 10, 2011
 
this game was overwhelming for me just trying to get thru the tutorial. i had a terrible time controling the way i moved in the park. thot i was taking pix, but don't have any clue where they are. just too complicated for me...
 | Added on: September 26, 2011
 
If I'm stupid enough to try this again, my opinion may change, but at the moment I'm really not enjoying this game as much as I thought I would. It's a good premise, if you like sim games, and it really should be a lot more fun. Even the tutorial is practically impossible to get through. The tutorial doesn't explain several critical things (like how to actually get a zookeeper to feed the animals it's assigned to before they starve to death). The interface is extremely difficult to control, so when you're simply trying to move the view slightly, it shoots way past it. It has a mini-map feature that is practically useless, if you want to use it to find anything. I can deal with the small annoyances, like having to add 27 trees to a pen to make your animals happy, but I'm having a really hard time dealing with my animals constantly dropping dead from hunger when I've assigned 4 zookeepers to them, or from thirst after I've given them a drinking pond as big as the terrain will allow. There are a number of functions I can't even figure out, and there doesn't appear to be a help menu. I really wanted to like this game, because it's the kind of game I usually enjoy, but after just a couple of hours playing, I'm ready to throw in the towel. I don't recommend this game unless you want to give yourself a headache.
 | Added on: September 26, 2011
 
I originally played this game back in 2005, and was equally frustrated and entertained. Seeing the title here on Gamehouse, I was hoping for an update that fixed some of the original problems. Unfortunately, this is exactly the same game, bugs and all. A decently detailed knock-off of Zoo Tycoon, this is one of those inexpensive games that could have really been great, but after a few hours of play you just feel like throwing the thing out the window. The problem is the AI - Workers refuse to feed animals, Customers are blind to expensive entertainment options and wander past soft drink concessions complaining of thirst, animal die from starvation while standing next to piles of food. Finding out these things are happening is tough too, there's a reader board that gives you updates, but it's not exactly apparent what you can do to fix the problems, and it's nearly impossible to find problem areas with garbage or other issues. It's not all bad though, it is quite fun to create in this wide-open 3-D environment, and the game runs amazingly well on most laptops. That's what is so frustrating, the potential is here, it's simply not realized. Players who try the trial will probably not get far enough into the game in an hour to really begin to see the problems, this can lead to some serious frustration after purchase. For Funpass members, it's definitely worth a try, for everyone else I don't think I'd recommend purchase.
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