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Sensible Train-Spotting (Amiga)

Sensible Train-Spotting Amiga Title screen

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Description

A small man in an anorak with a Thermos flask sits on a bench by some busy train lines and notes down the train numbers as they go.

All the joy (?) of trainspotting but from the comfort of your computer, your task is to tick off the numbers of various trains as you see them come past your position. The game difficulty increases as you progress, to a point where there are 16 train numbers to tick off and five train lines in front of you, with everything masking everything else.

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Sensible Train-Spotting Amiga Four more trains to spot here
Sensible Train-Spotting Amiga Title screen
Sensible Train-Spotting Amiga Different trains can be seen
Sensible Train-Spotting Amiga Waiting on the railway-station

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Famine3h (298) added Sensible Train-Spotting (Amiga) on Oct 18, 2002