Amity Park is a Dating Sim/Visual Novel game based on the notable Nickelodeon television show, Danny Phantom. The game is a bit of a retelling of the show, most notably with the introduction of explicit adult themes and suggestive content. You play as Danny Fenton, a boy who has accidentally been gifted amazing ghost powers due to his father’s incredible ghost dimensional gateway. He must now use his powers to defend his town from other rampant ghosts, save the girl next door, and still turn in his homework on time. With plenty of ghosts to meet, with just as many cute girls to explore, Amity Park invites you to Go Ghost. Amity Park is made in Ren’Py, and uses 2D character portraits and 3D background models, all made by hand.
Download for Windows
Download for Mac - v0.94
Download for Android - v0.94
- swipe down to hide the ui
- swipe left to roll back
- swipe right to start skipping of text
- swipe 2x left&right to open the game menu
- swipe up&down to toggle a small window with memory usage information
- longpress the save file thumbnail in the save/load screen to delete this slot
(Enter cheats in the “Amity Park” app on Danny’s computer. Do not use quotations in cheat.)
cheat_code_maserCode = “GhostBusters”
cheat_code_all_scenes = “PartyTime”
cheat_code_orgone_100 = “MaxPerv”
cheat_code_LevelUp = “Level9000”
cheat_code_money_500 = “GetRichFast”
cheat_code_collectables = “CatchThemAll”
cheat_code_desiree_outfits = “FashionGreen”
Story - 90%
Visual - 80%
Engagement - 88%
Core Loop - 92%
out off 100%
This review is based on author's perspective and actual experience may differ on individual's own preferences.
Update android link as soon as possible plzz
Downloaded this game out of curiosity and not expecting much … but oh man, was I surprised!
In all the silliness & cartoon-ish style, Amity Park easily outperforms some of the more “serious” games around here which are aiming for realism & every-day stuff. Perhaps because of that, obvious reason – these are games, not real life simulators.
So … when you’re not actually taking things too serious, they have tendency to come out much better & more natural than pretending & acting that you’re actually a real-life (usually rich) character or entity with super (or just plain weird) super powers like most of them do.
Can’t speak for everyone of course, but as far as I’m concerned this one is highly recommended!
Why my apps not install?