Bamberg, Germany, 18th January 2013 – Upjers are officially opening the doors of their amusement park browser game My Fantastic Park ( www.myfantasticpark.com) in 10 different languages. With that said, the Bamberg, Germany based browser game developer accomplishes its most successful game launch in its company history. Their free amusement park simulation that has been developed by Bremen-based game manufacturer King Art Games in cooperation with Upjers did already attract more than half a million players during its testing phase.
Pavlin Kirilov, Head of Localization at Upjers: “After the world-wide success of My Free Zoo, we've put our focus on making My Fantastic Park and its great gaming experience as accessible as possible to amusement park fans right from the start. To accomplish that, players can choose from ten different language versions; additional languages will follow over the course of the next few weeks.“
With the official launch of My Fantastic Park, the players have 37 thrilling fun rides at their disposal, allowing them to delight their visitors in this park game. With its research feature, rides such as bumper cars and space shuttles can be advanced – that way, the players always have their fingers on the pulse of the time. With the official release, Upjers have also introduced the new convenience card system. In My Fantastic Park's in-game shop, players are able to buy these convenience cards in order to refill their shops as well as to turn fortune wheels. As a special thank-you, all registered players who participated in the game's testing phase have been credited with 50 convenience cards of each type.
During its testing phase, My Fantastic Park was able to wow over 500,000 players with its combination of build-up simulation and a sophisticated resource management and individual design opportunities. Starting now, it is possible to play My Fantastic Park for free and directly in your browser on www.myfantasticpark.com.