Railroad Story - Train Simulator
By AG Games
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America; during the XIX century. Here, huge fortunes are made in a month. Where to go in pursuit of a dream? Practice gold washing on Klondike? Or rob stagecoaches in California?
Real money can be made on construction of railroads!
America's largest corporations are waiting for a talented person who can establish a rail link between the East and West coasts. The money will flow like a river; you'll just need a channel to harbor it all. The one who succeeds in building an extensive network of railroads will have earned the biggest piece of the financial pie...
Millions of dollars are waiting for you! The time has come to start the path to becoming a railroad magnate!
It will take a great deal of effort, time and nerves - but success loves the persistent! Build lines of communication, establish new routes, and add the "green" light to the increasing number of trains. Remember, green is color of the dollar.
You'll have to think a lot and quickly.
Your task is to establish an ideal process of sending convoys. Time is money. So let your railroad network work like a clock!
The game will throw your way a few difficult and challenging situations.
You will be able to rotate on three types of maps, building bridges, tunnels, and semaphores.
18 missions will keep your brain at work. The game is fast paced so don't slack off, future owner of the world!
12 hours of game play - where you will enjoy endless views of railway sleepers traveling to all corners of America. Hurrying trains honk in greeting to you - the winner...
Railroad Story - build a railroad empire!
What's New in Version 1.2
- Graphic bug fixes.
Wanted to like this…too buggy to enjoy on my MBP 15” Retina...
Ever since the first SM RRT, I have been looking for something that had the same historic simplicity and game play. This one looked to fulfill the void left from the “New” Sid Meier attempt, but alas, the tutorial “campaign” will not display the text in the boxes that are supposed to be telling you what to do, so you basically have to guess…which isn’t a big deal, but the game just doesn’t feel “done”. I’m always feeling like I’m missing something.
Finish the game, or repair it to the point of being able to enjoyably play, and I’ll revise my review, but right now…I can’t give it anything higher.
Would like more - Great Game!
Well worth the $2.99 price and kept me busy for many hours. Very enjoyable game play.
I do agree with the reviewer about the town names covering up switches and design elements like that. However, I just tried to build around that the best I could.
I just wish there was more! Perhaps an upgrade or add on with more towns or a free play of sorts… I would like to continue playing and may just play some of the levels over again.
Issues ruin what could otherwise be a fun game
I've run into a few issues with this one that have made my experience less than enjoyable.
First, there are a few times when certain game elements get in the way, for example if you have a switch too close to a town, the town or town label will cover it up making it impossible to use.
More frustrating however, is that in some of the higher levels of the game, it seems to 'break' for example I'm not able to bring up the list of trains in ANY city. I can save, quit, come back, launch one train then the same problem - this wasn't an issue on smaller levels with only a few cities, but it's fairly frustrating to be near the end and not be able to finish it out.
For the money/fun factor, I've enjoyed Sid Meyers Railroads much better than this one. (Railroad story)
- Category: Games
- Updated: Mar 21, 2014
- Version: 1.2
- Size: 43.0 MB
- Languages: English, Russian
- Seller: Oleksii Grechko
- © (c) 2014 AG Games. All rights reserved.
Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor