Not that long ago, China’s government banned online video games like World or Warcraft and Starcraft. Reports from China, however, show that the government seems to have made a drastic change in policy. In fact, anyone with enough money can travel to Changzhou in the Jiangsu province to experience a real-life version of these blockbuster games.
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World Joyland, China’s latest theme park designed to attract tourists from all over the world, melds rides and games with the worlds of Warcraft and Starcraft. The 600-acre theme park offers numerous rides that with designs based on the popular games.
Avid gamers around the world are drooling to get a sneak peek at the park.
Amusing in so Many Ways
Once you save up enough money to visit China, you will find more amusements than just fun roller coasters and carnival games. Reportedly, signs around the park offer their own amusements.
According to bloggers at ShanghaiIst, one of the caution signs translates into a statement warning riders not to smoke, get pregnant, get drunk or tear their shirts off on the rollercoaster. If Chinese people really need someone to tell them these things, then this might truly be the most magically place on Earth.
Oh, and as a side note, the above caution comes from an animated ninja. You don’t need a survey from KISS Insights to tell you that gamers around the world think that is pretty awesome.
Perhaps China’s rise as a world power will offer some advantages for gamers all over the world. If you don’t have enough cash to afford the long flight to China, then you can satisfy your craving for fantasy by visiting the World Joyland website.