Well, I thought it was ok, but after a while, it get's boring. On the downside, the songs on it are out-dated, and after a long time playing it, you run out of things to do. Parental wise, this is a role playing game, and you should make sure that you are watching your child playing it. It's a few steps below The Sims. In this game you can have relationships with people and eventually kiss them. After the kiss, they respond as to how it felt by saying something like "Let's get together!" or, "I'm not sure how I felt about that." Also, in the game there are cheerleaders, whose outfits are a bit skimpy. Then, also, there is one game in particular where you have to clean up vomit and trash as a sanitary worker. Make sure you check up on your child while they are playing this game, and make sure that when they are selecting their avatar that they know which age group they are in. I think that all kids 11 and under should be the "kids" of the theme park, then all tweens 12 through 19 should be the "teens" of the park, and that everyone older than 20 should be an adult. The reason I say this is because, in the game, teens and up can kiss, and that's why they need to stick to their age group. Overall, the game is a fun educational way to teach kids about how to track finances and how to manage things.
P.S. The reason I say it's violent is because it's gross sometimes.