Overcrowded is a game about running your very own theme park. You need to place the rides, set the prices and make as much money as you can. But you also need to make sure your customers are as satisfied as they can be – grumpy customers don’t pay extra, and that’s the opposite of what you’re aiming for.
Which is why we thought it was a good idea to write up this guide. We’ve played Overcrowded for a while and discovered a set of strategies that are going to put you in the best position to succeed. Follow these suggestions and you’re going to be raking in the cash.
It makes no difference where you are in your Overcrowded journey, there’s going to be something here that’s going to take your park to the next level. So let’s get on with this, shall we? Here are the very best hints, tips and cheats for Overcrowded.
Expand and build
Your first task when you’re building a park should be adding more rides and space. The more rides you have, the easier it’s going to be to keep your customers happy. Focus on getting more land and adding extra rides until you’ve got three or four, then work them to get cash for further expansion.
Keep upping ticket prices
It’s important to make as much money as you can from each customer. Keep increasing your ticket prices – they’ll pay whatever it costs to come into the park and get on the rides. The more you’re charging them, the more you’re going to rake in, so don’t be afraid to set the prices as high as possible. You should also focus on speed and seats, to make sure you’re getting as many customers as you can on your rides.
There’s a lot of cash and upgrade cards waiting to be scooped up, whether it’s in free chests, wishing wells or other places. Always be on the lookout for things you can collect and money you can grub. And remember you’re earning money while you’re not playing the game, and can watch videos to increase your haul when you come back – if that’s the kind of thing you’re into.
Where are the queues worst?
Always be on the lookout for where your miserable customers are coming from. Are the queues too long for one ride? How can you fix that? There are solutions waiting to be found, but you’re going to need to keep an eye on your park to make sure that you’re making as much money as you possibly can. Use things like well-placed balloon stands to cheer up grumpy customers.
Tap to learn
If you’re not sure what part of your park actually does, give it a tap to find out. You can even tap on individual customers to figure out what makes them tick. The more you know, the better you’re going to do arranging your park. Find out what everything does and make sure you’re getting the most out of it.