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Thrillville: Off the Rails - Xbox 360

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Thrillville: Off the Rails - Xbox 360

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Thrillville™: Off the Rails™ lifts up the family-friendly mix of gameplay from Thrillville with some of the most wildly creative roller-coaster concepts ever imagined, as well as new ways to communicate with park guests and a vast array of carnival games.

Off the Rails lives up to its name with 20 death-defying rides so outrageous, they inspire the same word from every park visitor who sees them: WHOA! Build these incredible WHOA Coasters to leap from one track to another, launch through the air like cannonballs, blast through a burning rings of fire, and much, much more.

A new lighthearted story ties together more than 100 missions, complete with 34 playable multiplayer midway games and social interaction with park guests that's even better than before.
  • Experience the fun: Experience the visceral fun of interacting with a theme park you create.
  • Build it and ride it: Build and ride your own creations, talk and joke with all your guests, and play dozens of minigames.
  • Create the coaster: Create 20 death-defying WHOA Coasters, including Hotrod Stunt (a nitro boost propels a car across a broken track), Pendulizer (a giant arm grabs the car just before a gap in the track, whips it around in a full circle, then sets it down on the other side), Escape Drop (the track holds the car stationary as it lifts itself from level ground to a full 90-degree drop, then it lets go).
  • Oversee your park: Visit 15 themed areas, like Battleville, Winterville, Spaceville, and Aeroville, all spread throughout five new parks. Distinguish your rides even more with enhanced customization options. Attach animatronics, flowers, and flaming hoops to all of your coasters and rides.
  • Interact with your guests: Smarter guests, better dialogue, and more focused two-way conversation make Thrillville's socialization aspects even more amusing than before. Also, the conversation more directly impacts the story than in the original Thrillville.
  • Play the games: Play 34 minigames (14 new, 20 returning from the original Thrillville but with new levels). Examples of new minigames include Robo K.O., Sparkle Quest, Bandito Chinchilla, and Tank Frenzy. All Mini-games have Xbox Live Leaderboards!
  • Product Description

    Build, create, and experience everything involved with the theme park of your dreams in Thrillville: Off the Rails!

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    Product ID952191
    Is Preorder?No
    Only at GameStopNo
    Product Height0.4
    Product Dimensions: (H x W x L)0.40X3.60X5.00
    Product Weight0.2
    Product Length5
    Product Width3.6
    Brand NameLucasArts
    Developer NameLucasArts

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    Product Height0.4
    Product Dimensions: (H x W x L)0.40X3.60X5.00
    Product Weight0.2
    Product Length5
    Product Width3.6

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    Brand NameLucasArts
    Developer NameLucasArts

    Ratings & Reviews

    3.9
    rated 3.9 out of 5
    33 product ratings
    13 5 stars reviews
    13 4 stars reviews
    1 3 star review
    4 2 stars reviews
    2 1 stars reviews
    Graphics
    3.5/5.0
    Gameplay
    4.0/5.0
    Lasting Appeal
    4.1/5.0

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    rated 4.0 out of 5
    kidslotter
    Verified Purchaser
    3 years ago

    Bought years ago for the PC and just bought again used for my kids and their xbox. Great fun still.

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    Great for kids, Fun for teens!
    rated 4.0 out of 5
    JoLilly
    10 years ago

    I played the wii version as a 9-10 year old, and it was a lot of fun! On the XBOX version, it is pretty similar... In the beginning, getting a roller coaster to look the way you want can be really frustrating! It often gets messed up, but after you finish, you get a neat-o sense of accomplishment! The music isn't really popular, and after you are about 14 you wouldn't listen to it on your own, but it's exactly what I would expect from a total kid friendly amusement park game! (Lots of cheesy banjo playing) But my favorite two parts are the mini games and the interactions. Even cleaning trash is a mini-game! Also you get to interact with any visitor you choose, it makes it really personalized!

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      4.0 / 5.0
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      4.0 / 5.0
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    Awsome!!!!!
    rated 5.0 out of 5
    Gamermen09
    10 years ago

    Really Cool!!!! If You Want To Make Your Own Aument Park It's The Right Game For You. And Best Of All You CAn Play Minigames Wiht Your Friends!!!!!!

    • Sound
      4.0 / 5.0
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      5.0 / 5.0
    • Lasting Appeal
      5.0 / 5.0
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      4.0 / 5.0
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    Minigames galore!
    rated 5.0 out of 5
    gamerextreme5000
    10 years ago

    Thrillville is a fun game overall. Not much else I can say besides it has fun minigames for parties.

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      5.0 / 5.0
    • Gameplay
      5.0 / 5.0
    • Lasting Appeal
      4.0 / 5.0
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      4.0 / 5.0
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    A fun ride for anyone =)
    rated 4.0 out of 5
    JFresh1977
    11 years ago

    Thrilleville: Off the Rails is a kids game where you more or less design an amusement park and compete against the evil globo-joy corporation who is trying to foil your plans. This game is not a serious roller-coaster design game. It is a kids game first and foremost that takes the thrilling idea of the fun of owning your own themepark and running away with it. Taken from this perspective I've found it to be a lot of fun (I'm also a hardcore gamer who's beaten hundreds of games and have been playing since the Atari 2600). What this game really comes down to is its story and the min-games. First the story: You and the professor/inventor (obviously inspired by Doc from Back to the Future) team up and at first are given control of one (of 5 total) different parks. Each park has some problem where Globo-Joy has worked to sabotage you in some way or another and it's up to you to stop them. In each park you can do many things from playing many different types of minigames (many of which are inspired from classic arcade games such as R-Type, 1942 and Bust A Move). To hiring maintenance staff, doing research on new rides and advertising for your park. Of course, you can also build roller-coasters too :P. What this game does have over RCT is that it gets you into the role on a personal level. In RCT you're kind of the God on high crafting the absolute perfect park. You're given the data of how people feel but you can't interact with them on a personal one-on-one level. In this game you can. You can talk to everyone in the game. You can learn about their likes, dislikes, and challenge them to games. Build this up enough (by learning about what they like and answering appropriately) and you can become sweethearts. As well, with each park comes a laundry list of things to do. Perform these tasks and how well you do is measured by giving you a bronze, silver or gold trophy. Earning bronze in each one is pretty easy but getting the gold can be quite a challenge. Tasks include finding X number of this item, get a score of XXXXXX in this game etc. Everything from riding a ride to picking up trash is done with a mini-game. I personally did not have much trouble with the controls at all and the games were overall quite enjoyable. Of note each game isn't just a mini-game. If you go to the game's party mode you'll find that they are actually full, multi-level games in and of themselves and it is here that the hardcore gamer will find their challenge. What's more the majority of these games are also playable online. Some games such as the Bust A Move clone are pretty mediocre but others such as Event Horizon stand up pretty well to its inspired counterpart (in this case R-Type). I had no problems with the sounds and the music was pretty good top-40ish more or less music. That said they are all real songs one of which is Natasha Beddingfield's Unwritten. So what we have here is a kid's game with a lot of content, surprisingly deep gameplay, a bunch of multi-player games (some with up to 4 players) that can also be played online, a cute story, and a game that really doesn't contain anything offensive regardless of age. I've own this title for a while and I've really enjoyed playing through it =). Highly recommended for all.

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      4.0 / 5.0
    • Gameplay
      4.0 / 5.0
    • Lasting Appeal
      4.0 / 5.0
    • Graphics
      4.0 / 5.0
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    Would buying the Xbox 360 disc and putting it in an Xbox one work?
    DAHMinator2094 years ago
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    yes doing so would work because now they fixed it so this game works on Xbox one hope you in joy this helpful answer
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