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Fan recreates the entire Europapark in a video game – 4,000 hours of work

The Europapark exerts a special fascination on its fans. Tony from Colmar is so attached to the park that he is recreating it entirely with the help of a video game.

Rust – 30-year-old Tony from Colmar is a big Europapark fan. Since 2016, he has worked 4,000 hours to recreate his favorite theme park in a video game simulation. He pays attention to the smallest details and leaves nothing to chance.* reveals all the background to Europapark as a video game.

With the help of Planet Coaster, a game for simulating and managing amusement parks, Tony has now recreated almost the entire Europapark. He proudly presents the results on his Facebook and YouTube channels.

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