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China Builds World’s First Video Game Amusement Park

Written on July 18, 2011 by Aiken Lewis

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Dreams do come true for video game fans.

Video game fanatics should start saving their money in order to book their flights to Changzhou, China for an awesome Warcraft and Starcraft fix.

World Joyland is referred to as the world’s first video game-themed amusement park and costs more than $31 million to construct and covered 600,000 square meters lot.

Majority of the part is dedicated to Blizzard’s World of Warcraft and Starcraft games but the names were changed to avoid conflict in legal rights. The World of Warcraft section was renamed to “Terrain of Magic,” while the Starcraft portion is now called the “Universe of Starship.”

The park opened last May and people are still on the process of discovering the things that this place has to offer.

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