Report – Chinese theme park World Joyland has Blizzard themed areas

Tuesday, 8th February 2011 14:05 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

French website GameBlog has found an online site for an amusement park in the Wunjin district of China called World Joyland, and according to translations from G4 the park’s theme is based on Blizzard games.

Whether this all true or not is beside the point, because it looks really cool even if just a elaborate hoax. The site is very cool, showing areas of the park called: Island of Mystery, Terrain of Warcraft, Universe of StarCraft, World of Legend and Molesworld.

A museum is also planned and includes a dedicated e-Sports center.

Rides include a few roller coasters, a simulator, and a double free-falling tower. That’s not all though, it looks as if other game references will make an appearance – check out Altair here.

If true, we’re booking a flight now.

Check out the park’s website through the link and some construction shots of it here.



  1. back_up

    atleast Pc gamers respect blizzard and buy their games

    #1 4 years ago
  2. Michael O’Connor

    @1 The only reason people buy them is because the only way to play them online is with a legitimate copy. Unless you use private servers, but that’s a whole other topic.

    Tons of people pirated Starcraft 2 for the single player campaign, but they can’t play it online.

    #2 4 years ago
  3. back_up

    it’s not about how many people pirated it
    it’s about how many people bought it.
    if 10 million people pirated it and overall sales are 6 to 7 millions then
    publisher or developers will never complain about piracy

    #3 4 years ago
  4. Michael O’Connor

    @3 Holy crap, you just talked sense.

    lf you got rid of all that PS3 fanboy crap, you might actually be bearable.

    #4 4 years ago

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