THE UNITED KINGDOM has quite a stake in the inception of the modern video game since the industry's heyday in the early 1980s, but it turns out the country has been cracking out classics ever since.
It's hard to try and break down one country's entire set of gaming achievements in just a top 10, but we've done our best. Feel free to post any you feel we've missed, or to disagree entirely in the comments section.
10. Theme Park (1994)
Game designer Peter Molyneux is a bit of a joke these days, but back when he'd only reinvented the god game around half a dozen times, he reached his apex with Theme Park, a title that took all his world-building and resource management experience and piled it into an all-out fun simulator.
Don't build the rollercoasters too close to the toilets or dismounting punters will spontaneously vomit all over the floor. Don't make queues too long or people will become - as in life - bored and miserable. More salt in the chips to raise customers' thirsts and force them into buying more fizzy drinks?
And that was the magic of Theme Park. It was the fastidious thinking that went into the game's immense subtleties that made it truly memorable.
As things got weirder and overcomplicated with first-person 'godding' in Magic Carpet, babysitting a poo-slinging giant monkey in Black and White, and the recent absolute disaster that was Godus, you can definitely look back on Theme Park and say it never got any better.
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