Waterpark Simulator is a walking simulator that takes place in a waterpark.
Hours of Gameplay?
Walk about and enjoy the scenery. There are a handful of waterslides to choose from. Once you reach the top of a slide, you have the option to ride them — camera control is surrendered as a cutscene is played. The world is well populated by ladies (but they might as well be cardboard cut-outs!) They just lie around and act creepy.
There is no story (and I’m not making one up!)
The titlescreen is animated and thematic, but the low quality slide doesn’t exactly advertise “quality”. From “Settings”, you may adjust audio, display and graphical preferences. The game is full of visible seams and floating models, no doubt an indication of the time spent on this title. The characters in this game are actually rather attractive. It’s too bad the vast majority of them are copy/pasted into the world, locked into static poses (rendering them no better than fancy mannequins).
Buy for the memes (actually, don’t buy this game). This game isn’t funny, and it isn’t fun. The interactivity this game provides is no better than watching POV movies — actually, I’d say it’s worse. Niether allow you to control the camera, but at least YouTube wouldn’t make you walk a virtual flight of stairs to click “replay”. Unless you relish the prospect of watching statues and climbing stairs, save your dollar — learn origami or something. Uninstalled.