We’ve Got a Theme Park Like That Here; It’s Called "Life"

In Spain, the Micropolix theme park provides a simulated real life experience in miniature–a rat race for the rug rats:

Dubbed as a mini-metropolis, the theme park is designed to be like a smaller version of an actual city, where the children must earn money in order to pay for any activities they want to participate in during their visit.

Upon arriving at the theme park, the kids must first go to the bank and wait in a line to get a tiny bit of “start-up” play money to get them going. However, if they run out or they want more cash, they have to go to the employment offices to get a job…

But kids who buy a house they can’t afford will be given lifetime free admission and complete control of the park.

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