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Thrillville Now Open At Retailers Nationwide

LucasArts announced that THRILLVILLE, its new videogame where players create their own theme park, is now available at stores throughout the U.S. A major new initiative for LucasArts, the game was built from the ground up to appeal to a wide-ranging audience.

Created and developed by LucasArts in conjunction with Frontier Developments, THRILLVILLE is now open to owners of the PlayStation 2, PSP and Xbox.

"THRILLVILLE really is the perfect holiday gift," said Nancy MacIntyre, vp of global sales and marketing at LucasArts. "From riding and building attractions to chatting with park guests and competing in mini-games, there's something for the whole family -- brothers, sisters, moms and dads."

THRILLVILLE allows players to customize their own amusement-park creation, interact with guests like never before, and build and hop into their own roller coasters and other rides. THRILLVILLE also lets players race on go-kart tracks they construct, play miniature golf on courses they design, and build roller coasters so high, fast and furious they couldn't exist in the real world. A multiplayer feature allows up to four friends or family members to play a plethora of mini-games, from bumper cars to arcade action. In all, there are 101 attractions, and players can interact with every single one throughout all of the five parks.

"We've put a whole theme park in one box. The only limit in Thrillville is your imagination," added MacIntyre.

More information about Thrillville can be found at www.thrillvillegame.com/.

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