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- DSP Filter makes the picture clearer and easier to discriminate between baitfish and larger target species
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Thrillville: Off the Rails
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It installed and is running perfect on Windows 8.1 (HP desktop with AMD A4 processor and AMD Radeon HD 6410D Graphics.
1. Must install all 3 Cd discs to the computers hard drive, and then put the CD disc #1 back in the tray when install is complete in order to get the launcher to work. This requirement to use the #1 disc in the tray when playing the game ID's the installation as authentic.
2. Keyboard and Mouse game instructions work flawlessly.
3. Works just as well as it did/does on Sony's console Play Station edition (PS2).
This is my experience on the above named computer.
The ability to talk to people and make friends isn't that great, especially when the only way to make friends is to pick one of a few subjects available and find out if they absolutely hate what you're talking about or are interested. Now the even crazier thing is the ability to have a girlfriend or boyfriend by flirting! Maybe other people would find this fun, but I don't.
The objective to the game is basically to build a ride somewhere where people will spend money on it, whether it's a rollercoaster or a prefab ride and appeal to any celebrities within the park. You play the game in third person, playing as a customized character, running around, listening to a wacky old man spit out orders.
Finally, you have the minigames. Most of these games are cheesy and a waste of time.
Don't waste your money! If you haven't already, buy a game like Rollercoaster Tycoon 3. Thrillville O.T.R. aims to a younger audience, maybe even an older audience(doubtful) but it sure didn't aim to me
Game installs and works perfectly on Windows 7. My problem was with the catalyst control center not being compatible with many games.
If you are runnning windows 7 don't buy this game.
Here is the response I got from Lucas Arts.
Please note that the program is not tested or supported in Windows 7. You *may* be able to run the program using compatibility mode in Windows 7, but we cannot guarantee the program will function properly in this new operating system.
Program compatibility is a mode in Windows that lets you run programs written for earlier versions of Windows. Most programs written for Windows XP also work in this version of Windows, but some older programs might run poorly or not run at all. If an older program doesn't run correctly, start the Program Compatibility Wizard to simulate earlier versions of Windows.
Other than that, the game is good, but the controls are confusing on the PC.