“A game that occupies your thoughts when you're not playing it, and it's thoroughly captivating when you are.”
9/10 – Gamespot
“If you've any interest at all in theme park design, or if you thrill at the idea of being able realise your every fantastical, architectural whim (even if it's just putting down a bunch of rocks just so), then you'll likely adore Planet Coaster.”
“Planet Coaster is just about everything I could have asked for in a modern resurrection of the theme park sim genre - and then some.”
/10 – IGN
From Middle English byen , biggen , buggen , from Old English bycġan ( “ to buy, pay for, acquire, redeem, ransom, procure, get done, sell ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *bugjaną ( “ to buy ” ) , of uncertain origin. Perhaps from Proto-Indo-European *bʰūgʰ- ( “ to bend ” ) , or from Proto-Indo-European *bʰeugʰ- ( “ to take away, deliver ” ) . Cognate with Scots by ( “ to buy, purchase ” ) , obsolete Dutch beugen ( “ to buy ” ) , Old Saxon buggian , buggean ( “ to buy ” ) , Old Norse byggja ( “ to procure a wife, lend at interest, let out ” ) , Gothic 𐌱𐌿𐌲𐌾𐌰𐌽 ( bugjan , “ to buy ” ) .