Let’s Try: RideOp – Thrill Ride Theme Park Simulation Game – RideOp Gameplay

Welcome to RideOp – a brand new Indie game developed by a Gurashop. RideOp game places the player into the control seat of some of the worlds best known theme park rides, and allows the player to simulate what it would be like to operate rides at a theme park, and manage all the challenges that go with it. This video features RideOp Gameplay, and is not a review. RideOp is currently in the CLOSED ALPHA stage, and should be looked at like a game that is in the early stages of development, preparing to go into Early Access on December 12. Learn more about RideOp on Steam using the RideOp steam link below.

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RideOp (Steam): http://store.steampowered.com/app/699770/RideOp__Thrill_Ride_Simulator/
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RideOp is an indie simulation and strategy game about the management of theme parks and theme park rides. RideOp is a new simulation game that puts you in control of some of the biggest and most thrilling theme park rides in the world.

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This gaming footage contains commentary for educational purposes, and is used and monetized under the publicly expressed permission of Gurashop, the developer/publisher of RideOp. This game was received for free by the developer, and this video is NOT a review of the title.


HotTips! says:

Let me know what you think of this new take on theme park games in the comments! I can see a lot of potential to expand this idea to a lot of different rides, but at the same time… the “gameplay” part of it, despite new rides, doesn’t really change, and can get old pretty fast. What do you think?

Zemento says:

Can you play this game again please.

PatrickPal games says:

There is a star flyer at my home park so I didn’t think it was tall

Richy17 - Personal Channel says:

Not really a type of game that should be payed for tbh.

Like 10 years ago, ride op type of games were really popular in the ride enthusiast community in Europe (mainly Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, France).

They were mostly made by German devs and offered them for free. Most of them consisted of only one ride, and they were often modeled after real European traveling rides.

Stephen Santomassimo says:

Pretty cool game, can’t wait to see what more they add to this

CityAperture says:

Yeah, I don’t know about this game. Seems very repetitive and kind of tedious. Maybe its just me, but I remember a commercial from back in the day were the kids couldn’t find any good games to rent and the games left were “standing in line” and “lets do homework”, this game reminds me of that.

Jacko Mc934 says:

If I did the ride I would make it go for minutes and minutes and make it go really fast and extreme

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