Man becomes self-appointed customer support service for Coasterville after big Zynga mix-up

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Coasterville players may have noticed an interesting Internal Server Error message from Zynga over the past few months, which instructed them to contact the server administrator at themepark.com about any technical issues they run into with the Facebook game. Now here's where the story gets a little interesting: themepark.com is owned by a man named Eric Mueller, who uses the domain in accordance with his web design firm, and who has absolutely nothing to do with Zynga. In fact, he's never even played a Zynga game before!

In speaking with Kotaku about the whole ordeal, Mueller says he tried to message Zynga about the company's mix-up, but after receiving no reply, he decided to take matters into his own hands. So what does one do when they find themselves in such a unique situation? Why, they decide to have a little fun at the expense of frustrated Coasterville players, of course! Instead of coming clean about everything and revealing to the consumers that he had no affiliation with Zynga or Coasterville, Mueller proceeded to provide his own "helpful" solutions to player-submitted problems with the game: a result that is nothing short of hilarious.

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