Transport Tycoon

DOS game, 1994

Genre:
Strategy
Year:
1994
Developer:
Chris Sawyer Productions
Publisher:
MicroProse Software
Perspective:
Isometric
Theme:
Building, Managerial, Real-time, Trains

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Your task is to build and lead the best and most profitable transport company. Your trains, trucks, ships or planes carry goods between different factories, distribution centers and power plants. We must not forget the well-being of the people - you have buses, trains, ships and planes at your disposal.

If you want to play a harder game, you can set up a competition. The computer controls another company (or more) and they can make your life pretty uncomfortable. But skilled players can overtake them and buy them if they are interested in a competing company. (I do it every day)

The game starts in 1950 and ends in 2050. Over time, you get new vehicles and the old ones need to be replaced (after 2010, these are really interesting things) and the factories change.

In addition, Transport Tycoon deluxe contains four different types of terrain: The first three are classic from different parts of the world and the fourth is from a fictional rattle landscape. You make toys here, you have plastic mines, you extract confectionery, you make bubbles and similar nonsense.

Transport Tycoon is therefore a game in which you will definitely have fun and it cannot be seen at all that it is obsolete. I recommend!

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