3D Rollercoaster Rush
3D Rollercoaster Rush
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Developer(s) Digital Chocolate
Publisher(s) RockYou
Platform(s) iOS, Android
Release June 16, 2009[1]

3D Rollercoaster Rush is a video game by Digital Chocolate that is available for cellular phones. 3D Rollercoaster Rush is the successor to Rollercoaster Rush.[2]


3D Rollercoaster Rush is a strategy game in which players have to navigate a rollercoaster train on various rollercoaster tracks. Players must try to get to the end of the track without crashing the entire train.

With each completed track, players earn a certain number of points. The number of points received depends on how well the track was completed, such as how fast the track was completed and how many and how high jumps were. Players can also earn points by getting special rewards that can be earned by doing things such as speeding up the train and not braking when they finish the track.

To advance to the next track, a player must earn a certain number of stars. Players can earn stars by getting a certain number of points on a track. Most tracks require at least three stars to unlock, but some tracks require a larger number.

When unlocking some tracks, players may receive another cart added to the train or a larger number of passengers. The larger the number of passengers, the more points a player can earn. Earning more passengers also makes the game more difficult since it makes the train longer and harder to maneuver.

There are three different locations in the game (Australia, France, and The United States), and each location has its own set or tracks. With each location unlocked, the tracks start to get more difficult and feature new obstacles (such as loops and jumps).

After a player finished all the tracks, they must go back and try to get at least three stars per track. After that is completed, players must get 5 stars per track. Once five stars are earned in each track, the game is completed.


Digital Chocolate released many sequels to this game. These include Haunted 3D Rollercoaster Rush and Jurassic 3D Rollercoaster Rush[3] as well as New York 3D Rollercoaster Rush, Lunar 3D Rollercoaster Rush, Wild West 3D Rollercoaster Rush, Jurassic 3D Rollercoaster Rush 2,[4] and Underground 3D Rollercoaster Rush.[5]


  1. ^ "3D Rollercoaster Rush". GameSpot. Retrieved 2015.
  2. ^ Arya, Aayush (27 July 2009). "Rollercoaster Rush and 3D Rollercoaster Rush for iPhone". Macworld. Retrieved 2016.
  3. ^ Wynter, Nadia WYNTER (25 September 2009). "Digital Chocolate unveils Haunted Rollercoaster app for iPhone thrills". NY Daily News. Retrieved 2016.
  4. ^ Leggett, Jonathan. "Top 10 BlackBerry apps of Q3". uSwitch Mobile Phone Deals. Retrieved 2016.
  5. ^ "iPhone & iPad App Round-Up: Ben & Jerry's, iChatr, Underground 3D Rollercoaster Rush HD". Frisky Mongoose. Retrieved 2016.

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