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My Fantastic Park on a space mission

Free-to-play browser game launches cooperation with science-fiction series Star TrekTM

Bamberg, 2013. Free-to-play browser game producers Upjers are working on an exclusiveldquo; Star Trek TMrdquo; world for the successful game My Fantastic Park.nbsp; Under license by CBS Consumer Products, these elaborate animations are sure to please all virtual theme park managers already in the making.

My Fantastic Park will soon be enriched by a number of new exciting attractions: Upjers are currently developing a variety of visitor magnets for all Trekkers and would-be Trekkers signed up on the popular amusement park simulation.

One of the attractions even makes reference to a specific episode of the blockbuster Star Trekndash; The Next Generation. This much we can reveal: Captain Picard will be transformed into a Borg*! Needless to say, none of this would be possible without the aid of stunning animations: all of theldquo; Star Trek TM rdquo; animations developed for My Fantastic Park are depictions of the best known elements players may be familiar with from the successful TV show. Among others, all amusement park directors can now look forward to a new encounter with the starship Enterprise as well as the martial Klingons. Not much longer, and, thanks to aliens and spaceships, My Fantastic Parkrsquo;s colorful theme world will be beamed into the next century!

* A fictional alien race that is part of theldquo; Star Trek TMrdquo; universe and functions as a Collective, or hive.

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