This is a perfectly playable example of the management/sim/tycoon genre of video game that has you designing a water park from the loos and changing rooms up. Sort the essential facilities, build your first swimming pool, equip it with fun extra features like massage jets, fountains etc., make sure people have somewhere to eat and drink and sit down. Add a playground, garden features, and bins. Employ staff to keep the place clean, garden and watch out for the safety of swimmers (lifeguards), all the while staying out of the red and having enough to build bigger and better pools and features. Take a loan to get you out of a tight corner or speed development but remember repayments will bite into your bottom line. Watch the mood of your guests with little mood icons and click to find out what’s ringing their bell or making them unhappy. They could be, for example, huffing about finding the bin, or moaning it’s too expensive. You can make the necessary adjustments to keep them happy, or e.g. keep prices fairly steep in the hope that it will pay for better features that will in the end justify the price. There’s a tutorial to show you the ropes and then bronze, silver and gold quest based missions, or free play which gives you freer reins on development. It’s graphically smooth and the zoom in detail is impressive, to the extent where you almost feel like you are walking through your park. Controls are fine, allowing smooth and fast control with your mouse. It brings nothing new to this type of game, though, and lacks features that other titles have that could improve game-play. There is no speed- up option where you whizz through a slow day and build up your earnings faster, which is a disappointment. It can get a bit slow and fatally you find yourself waiting for things to happen. This could be a perfectly fine introduction to the management/sim genre for someone, although those well versed in such titles may want to look elsewhere.