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Jungle Theme Overview

 

 


Jungle Theme Overview

Overview

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

Notes

 


 

Temple of the Sun

Super Attraction – Leisure Ride

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

Notes

If the card you reveal does not have a marked coin price, that is, its price is in another currency such as Alien Influence, then the result is "not applicable" and you gain no coins.

Hidden / References / Spoilers

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There is spot at the top of the Temple of the Sun illustration showing an empty altar in front of the same stone wall as the Idol of the Clenched Fist, where the idol has been removed. Pairing the two cards replaces the idol in the temple and disables the traps.

 


 

The Jungle Queen

Super Attraction – Leisure Ride

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

 


 

A Development Grant

City - Funfair

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

 


 

A Gourmet Convention

City - Funfair

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

 


 

A Senior's Club

City - Funfair

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

 


 

A Health Scare

City - Unfair

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

 


 

Jaded Youth

City - Unfair

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

Updates

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Added Ticket symbol.

Originally, the Ticket symbol was meant to mark only those Guests step rules that produced money (hence the coin on the ticket). However, since there are only a couple of rules that occur in the Guests step that don't produce money, the distinction wasn't clear. The Ticket is now consistently a reminder marker for Guests step effects.

 


 

The Drainage Crisis

City - Unfair

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

 


 

Blueprint J001 - The Call of Nature

Blueprint

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

 


 

Blueprint J002 - Easy, Tiger!

Blueprint

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

Notes

In the Jungle pack, the only animal available to complete the bonus section is the Bengal Tigers built in to the Tiger Experience leisure ride.

Animal upgrades available in the Dinosaur and Western packs can also complete this bonus.

 


 

Blueprint J003 - Taming the Wild

Blueprint

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

 


 

Blueprint J004 - The Quiet Jungle

Blueprint

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

Notes

Each bullet point in the Required section of a blueprint needs a separate item to fulfil it, so you can't use the same attraction to meet both of the required attractions on this blueprint.

 


 

Blueprint J005 - River Romance

Blueprint

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

Updates

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Added the word "with".

The original version omitted the word "with" after "Any Food Outlet". Much speculation about the semantics of the missing "with", but ultimately it was just my mistake.

 


 

First in Line / Anonymous Complaint

Event

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Alien:1
B-movie:1
Dinosaur:1
Gangster:1
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1
Robot:1
Vampire:1
Western:1

Updates

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Changed Anonymous Complaint rule text.

Previously "close all ride attractions", now limited to "a type of ride attraction".

The original effect proved to be a bit more harsh than some players expected (especially those who built all-ride parks).

The new effect is limited to one type of ride attraction, without saying specifically "thrill ride" or "leisure ride", which means it can expand to work with future theme packs that include other types of rides without needing to be changed again.

 


 

Dumpster Diving / Drunken Hooligans

Event

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Alien:1
B-movie:1
Dinosaur:1
Gangster:1
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1
Robot:1
Vampire:1
Western:1

Notes

 

 


 

Project Management / Frivolous Lawsuit

Event

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Alien:1
B-movie:1
Dinosaur:1
Gangster:1
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1
Robot:1
Vampire:1
Western:1

Notes

Project Management

This event offers two separate options, each of which is optional. You can choose to use only one, or the other, or both.

This means it is possible to discard a blueprint if you wish, without being forced to take another.

 

Updates

Original printings of this card have a small variation in the wording of Project Management. It was previously written as:

  • "You may draw three Blueprint cards and choose one to keep. You may discard a Blueprint card you own." 

  Please use this wording, from the current version of the card, if there is any dispute about the intention:

  • "You may draw up to three Blueprint cards then choose one to keep. You may discard a blueprint you own." 

The change to the first sentence allows the card to still be useful in the case when the Blueprint deck has fewer than three cards remaining. This was the intended functioning of the card, and wasn't expressed precisely enough in the original printing.

The change to the second sentence doesn't change the meaning. The wording was adjusted to bring it into the line with improvements in the wording guidelines for card rules.

 


 

Merchandising / Giant Wad of Cash

Event

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Alien:1
B-movie:1
Dinosaur:1
Gangster:1
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1
Robot:1
Vampire:1
Western:1

 


 

Unusual Bequest / Powerful Friends

Event

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Alien:1
B-movie:1
Dinosaur:1
Gangster:1
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1
Robot:1
Vampire:1
Western:1

 


 

Media Blitz / Review Board

Event

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Alien:1
B-movie:1
Dinosaur:1
Gangster:1
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1
Robot:1
Vampire:1
Western:1

 


 

Efficiency / Safety Certificate

Event

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Alien:1
B-movie:1
Dinosaur:1
Gangster:1
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1
Robot:1
Vampire:1
Western:1

 


 

Sponsorship Deal / Security Guards

Event

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Alien:1
B-movie:1
Dinosaur:1
Gangster:1
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1
Robot:1
Vampire:1
Western:1

Notes

Sponsorship Deal

The effects of Sponsorship deal can stack together. You can play as many as you wish, and each one will give +1 coin per guest during the Guests step.

Hidden / References / Spoilers

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SkyDrink is a proud sponsor of theme parks all over the world. SkyDrink, the SkyDrink logo, and the Somewhat Active Ribbon device are trademarks of SkyDrink Pty Ltd. SkyDrink is a division of ⬛ Generico Global.

 


 

Renovation / Vandalism

Event

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Alien:1
B-movie:1
Dinosaur:1
Gangster:1
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1
Robot:1
Vampire:1
Western:1

Notes

Renovation

The effect doesn't stack with itself. You don't get half of half price if you play two copies of Renovation at once. This is because each one gives a discount based on the marked coin price, which is the number printed on the blue price tag on the card. 

If you play two copies, you simply have two different ways to get half price.

The same goes for other effects that give half price. You can have multiple ways of accessing half price builds, through different abilities such as Building Contractor, but they can't be combined together.

The half-price discount only applies to cards that are priced in coins. Prices marked in Alien Influence or any other currency are not reduced.

You can use Renovation on any of your closed attractions, no matter how they came to be closed, whether it be through the event itself, another event played by a competitor, a City event card, etc.  The pin symbol and the wording makes Renovation an enduring effect throughout the entire round. Whenever you build an upgrade, if the attraction is closed, you can build on it for half the marked coin price.

 


 

Recycling / Animal Sighting

Event

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:2

 


 

Festival Permit / Structurally Unsound

Event

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:2

 


 

The Natural Order

Attraction – Food Outlet

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

Notes

Since no limitation is specified, you may use this action to build from your hand or directly from the Market.

 


 

Tiger Experience

Attraction – Leisure Ride

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:2

 


 

Picnic Spot

Attraction – Nature Area

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:2

Updates

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Changed method of applying "cannot add upgrades" rule

Previously it was in the rule box instead of in the build restriction strip.

This was a loophole pointed out by an eagle-eyed player - because the "cannot add upgrades" rule was in the rulebox, it technically became inactive if the ride was closed, and the Picnic Spot could then be built upon, which left it in an ambiguous state when it was re-opened - does the upgrade stay, or get immediately demolished?

The new version moves the limitation to the build restriction strip, which is a property of the attraction that is always active even when the attraction is closed, and thus can't be circumvented by any  cunning rules-lawyering.

 


 

Freak Show

Attraction – Sideshow

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1

Hidden / References / Spoilers

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The Freak Show appears in a number of theme packs, and the signage is updated to match the theme each time.

  • Jungle: Genuine Wild Boy! Raised by apes! Rescued by other apes! Displaying a Shocking Lack of Manners!
  • Ninja: Sword Swallower! Seven Blades! Every show could be his last!
  • Pirate: See the Amazing Mer-Maid! 100% Real

 


 

Cinema

Attraction – Theatre

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1

Hidden / References / Spoilers

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The Cinema appears in a number of theme packs, and each time the marquee on the front of the building shows a different movie related to that theme and one of its Showcase cards.

  • Jungle: Carolina Smith and the Temple of the Sun
  • Ninja: Shadow Dragon in Final Fatal Fatality IV
  • Pirate: Treasure Island 2 Blackbeard's Revenge

 


 

Twister Rollercoaster

Attraction – Thrill Ride

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1
Robot:1

 


 

Larger Capacity

Resource

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:2
Pirate:1

 


 

First-aid Attendant

Staff Member

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

 


 

Photographer

Staff Member

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

 


 

Comfortable Seating

Upgrade – Feature

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
B-movie:1
Gangster:2
Jungle:3
Ninja:2
Robot:2
Vampire:2
Western:1

Hidden / References / Spoilers

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The chairs shown are a padded restaurant seat, a deluxe roller coaster seat, and a fancy recliner cinema seat.

 


 

Idol of the Clenched Fist

Upgrade – Feature Artifact

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:1

Notes

The aim of the Idol is to allow you to say "no" when something tries to force you to discard a card from your hand.

The card being discarded has to already be in your hand, so the effect doesn't work on cards you've drawn to choose from before putting one in your hand.

The effect only works when an event that is in play tries to make you discard a card, so it doesn't work when discarding the card is a cost to play - you're choosing to discard the card in order to pay the cost, so it's not forced. If you would get some benefit for the discarded card, but you do not discard thanks to the Idol, you don't get the benefit.

If it says you "may discard" to do something, that's not forced, so the Idol is not activated.

Currently this combos with the Temple of the Sun super attraction, which does try to force you to discard a card. If you have secured the Temple's Idol, no penalty.

It also works with Waste Management, where you can draw cards and then choose not to discard any or all of them, thanks to the Idol.

Updates

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Reworded in an effort to remove confusion.

Previously: some confusion.

Original wording was:

"If the effect of an event would require you to discard a card that is already in your hand, you may keep the card instead. This does not apply to discards required to play an event."

Hidden / References / Spoilers

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The Idol is a reference to the golden idol at the start of Raiders of the Lost Ark. It too is better left in its intended location.

There is a spot at the top of the Temple of the Sun illustration showing an empty altar in front of the same stone wall as the Idol of the Clenched Fist, where the idol has been removed. Pairing the two cards replaces the idol in the temple and disables the traps.

 


 

Air Conditioning

Upgrade – Guest Services

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
B-movie:2
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1
Robot:2
Vampire:2

Hidden / References / Spoilers

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This air conditioning unit is manufactured by the Mitsijitsu Corporation, a division of ⬛ Generico Global.

 


 

Restrooms

Upgrade – Guest Services

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
B-movie:1
Jungle:4
Ninja:1
Pirate:1
Robot:1

 


 

Superior Quality

Upgrade – Quality

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Gangster:2
Jungle:3
Ninja:2
Pirate:2
Robot:2
Vampire:2
Western:4

 


 

Jungle Theme

Upgrade – Theme

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Jungle:3

 


 

Main Gate

Park Entrance

Illustration: Mr Cuddington

Theme:Quantity
Alien:1
B-movie:1
Dinosaur:1
Gangster:1
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1
Robot:1
Vampire:1
Western:1

Updates

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Swapped the "Super attractions: 1" line with the "Total attractions: 5" line. 

We'd received questions about whether the super attractions are included in the attraction limit or not. The rulebook answered that, and it answers it even more emphatically now, but we also thought that putting the "Total attraction" limit last would help to make that clearer. Better to reprint only 6 cards now than change it later and need to reprint 10, or 14, or...

Hidden / References / Spoilers

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This main gate is used in the background of the Grand Opening game changer.

 


 

Loan

Loan

Theme:Quantity
Alien:1
B-movie:1
Dinosaur:1
Gangster:1
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1
Robot:1
Vampire:1
Western:1

Hidden / References / Spoilers

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Big Al is a respectable businessman who for some reason is featured in the Gangster theme pack. He owns a wide range of businesses, including Waste Management, a Pizzeria, and employs various Building Contractors. His financial services include loans for up-and-coming entrepreneurs at generous rates, and occasionally helping to cover the outrageous Insurance Excess payments demanded by insurers. He will also take any pair of unwanted Showcase cards off your hands, at a more-than-fair price.

 


 

Round & Scoring Summary

Summary

Illustration: -

Theme:Quantity
Alien:1
B-movie:1
Dinosaur:1
Gangster:1
Jungle:1
Ninja:1
Pirate:1
Robot:1
Vampire:1
Western:1

 


 

 

 

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