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RollerCoaster Tycoon Switch announched
23 January 2018
RollerCoaster Tycoon Switch is a planned installment of the RCT franchise published by Atari. This game will be the first one of the series on the groundbreaking Nintendo Switch console.
The funding campaign was launched on StartEngine alongside a promo video on YouTube.
RCT Classic on PC
28 September 2017
RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic is released for the PC, with content from Wacky Worlds and Time Twister, as well as the scenario editor, included for free.
RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic is released on Mobile systems (Android and iOS). It is a port combining RollerCoaster Tycoon and RollerCoaster Tycoon 2. Content from the RCT2 expansions and a scenario editor are available as a separate purchase.
RollerCoaster Tycoon World
16 November 2016
Atari releases RollerCoaster Tycoon World. It is the fourth installment in the series released for the PC, 12 years after the previous reiteration.
4 October 2016
Wikia, which wiki is a part of, changes its name to Fandom powered by wikia, to better associate themselves with the Fandom website.
6 February 2016
After a lengthy hiatus, Matt 20 1 returns and is granted administrator rights on the wiki.
30 November 2015
A fairly major stable build of OpenRCT2 is released, adding cooperative multiplayer and an optional day/night cycle to the game. For the first time, native Linux support is also offered.
RollerCoaster Tycoon 3D is released for the Nintendo 3DS console. It is the first time a RollerCoaster Tycoon game has been released exclusively on a console, and is considered to be a "spin-off" title from the main series of games.
4 May 2012
Lachlan5963 is granted administrator rights, and Sucinum is given rollback rights, on the wiki.
A chat is enabled on the wiki, allowing for easier communication between contributors on individual pages.
19 February 2011
As an extension to the Ride Exchange, the RCT3 Building Exchange opens, allowing users to upload and share their custom buildings created in RCT3.
The Future of RCT
14 August 2010
"A message to our RCT Faithful" appears on the Atari Forums. It is a forum thread started by Atari developers discussing the next installment to the series and asking for user input. Many fans of the game are excited for the prospect of a new game in the series (the last one being released 6 years ago) and believe Atari turning to the community to be a good sign for the future development of the game.
13 May 2010
Sony Pictures Animation purchases the rights and announces plans to create a movie based on the "RollerCoaster Tycoon" video game franchise. It is said to bs a "live-action/CGI hybrid" and Harald Zwart has been linked to the project.
27 January 2010
The wiki's Ride and Scenario Exchanges open. This allows users to upload and share their ride and scenario/saved games with eachother.
27 July 2009
The Awards System begins on the wiki, allowing the administrators of the wiki to recognise the hard work of the various contributors.