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Transport Tycoon (DOS)

86
MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
4.1
MobyScore
5 point score based on user ratings.

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Google Play description:
    Build the ultimate transport empire!
    Take control of your own fledgling transport company, and use your engineering skill and business acumen to keep cargo and passengers moving - and keep the money rolling in!

    Transport Tycoon contains everything that made the original PC game an all-time classic, plus a whole host of brilliant new features - bigger, richer worlds, deeper simulation and a huge variety of land, sea and air vehicles. The intuitive new touch screen interface makes it easier than ever to build and maintain your transport network.

    Whether you're planning and constructing ambitious engineering projects, or simply exploring the intricately simulated workings of the game's world, Transport Tycoon is your ticket to many hours of absorbing and rewarding entertainment.

    TRANSPORT TYCOON is the definitive version of the classic simulation game, created by 31x and Origin8 Technologies in collaboration with Chris Sawyer, the original designer and developer of the TRANSPORT TYCOON and ROLLERCOASTER TYCOON franchises.

    BUILD

    • Deploy bus and tram networks to grow sleepy towns into bustling cities.
    • Lay cross-country railroads to keep industries supplied with precious resources.
    • Construct massive bridges, dig tunnels and deploy earth-moving tools to carve a path through mountainous terrain.
    • Build air and sea ports to transport cargo and passengers further and faster in an accelerating world.

    EXPLORE

    • A wide range of beautiful landscapes including deserts, forests, mountains, valleys and islands.
    • Several ‘real-world’ scenarios modelled on regions of North America and Europe at different periods in the 20th century.
    • A richly simulated world with changing seasons and working industries, farms and towns.
    • An all-new interface puts everything you need to explore and interact with the world at your fingertips.

    DESIGN

    • Over 150 vehicle types allowing you to choose the ideal transport solution for every situation.
    • Use railway junctions and signals to allow multiple trains to share your rail routes.
    • Modify vehicles and stations and assign new routes to adapt your business in real time.
    • Upgrade and replace old vehicles as new and better ones are invented – all the way to supersonic jets and bullet trains!

    COMPETE

    • Play through 49 scenarios expertly designed to suit all skill levels and playing styles.
    • Try to stay one step ahead of advanced A.I.-driven competitor's companies.
    • Track your progress and troubleshoot your business with in-depth company statistics.
    • Prove yourself worthy of the title of Transport Tycoon and take on the life-consuming 100 Year Challenges!

    Like Transport Tycoon on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/tycoonsim
    Follow Transport Tycoon on Twitter: @TransportTycoon

    WWW.TRANSPORTTYCOON.COM

    Transport Tycoon © 1994, 2013 31X Ltd. Created by Chris Sawyer. Transport Tycoon ® 31X Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

    All content and features are included with no additional purchases required.

    Contributed by havoc of smeg (14628) on Feb 17, 2014.

Back of Box (Transport Tycoon plus World Editor/UK/DOS):

    Make Tracks. Make Connections. Make It Big.



    Construct complex road-rail-air-sea networks to shift cargo, goods and passengers through the most lucrative routes on massive SVGA 3-D isometric world maps. Build stations, docks and airports and make money by connecting areas requiring transport services. Experience cut-throat rivalry, deal with characteristic town councils, cope with disasters and use new vehicles as they are introduced over time. PLUS The World Editor that lets you build new worlds from scratch, including an alternative Martian landscape! Designed and Written by Chris Sawyer.


    Contributed by Rambutaan (432) on Jan 27, 2005.