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Railworks Mega Bundle £19.99 @ steampowered.com

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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Not everybodies cup of tea I'm sure but, how's this for a deal?

Normally you can buy Railworks on it's own on Steam for £34.99. Right now you can still pay that price. Or alternatively you can pay £19.99 for the Railworks Mega Bundle which not only includes Railworks but also comes with 4 pieces of Downloadable Content that would normally cost an extra £34.96 (or £31.96 now since one 1 of the DLC's has a £3 sale on anyways).

So £19.99 instead of £66.95. Interestingly it doesn't seem to have be referenced in the Steam News sections yet so not sure if this is another weekend deal (on top of Operaton Flashpoint) or if it's going to last longer than that.

Just a shame I bought it (along with some of the DLC in the deal) a month ago :-(



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RailWorks: a new concept in train and rail simulation. Drive 13 different locomotives along 8 different routes in the UK, North America and Europe. Download new routes, locomotives and rolling stock or create your own design and share it with friends.

The RailWorks platform ensures that your software can be advanced automatically, with ongoing support for new technology and gameplay features available on a regular basis.

Stunningly accurate graphics.

* Each of the 8 routes is beautifully modelled with characteristic signalling and signage
* Watch the action from a number of spectacular pre-set views, including cab, passenger, trackside and bird's eye
* Includes over 50 scenarios to test your driving ability
* Simple, user-friendly interface allows instant access to train experience
* Advanced mode creates a challengingly realistic engine driving experience
* Five accurate real-world routes: Bath-Templecombe, Oxford-Paddington, York-Newcastle, Hagen-Siegen and Cajon Pass
* Three fictional routes: a large UK goods yard, a route based around Denver, Colorado USA and a route set in the alpine region of northern Europe

Powerful user tools to create your own content.

* The World Editor enables users to easily create new routes or modify existing ones
* Routes can be built from scratch, containing your choice of terrain, track and scenery objects
* Ability to share user-created content
* Exclusive Steam-only additional content - BNSF Official Licensed Model Pack
* Additional content already available for download, including locomotives, rolling stock, scenarios and routes*
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#1
Anyone tried this? not into simu but tempting ;o
#2
This looks steaming HOT!! Well for people into this kind of thing.

Personally I still want the full model trainset in the loft, just gotta wait for my son to be old enough to give me an excuse!

Hot from me!
#3
Good deal.

There are also two other bundle packs available. These are add-ons so don't include Railworks, however they are a good saving for those that already have the game.

British Steam http://store.steampowered.com/sub/3089/
American Steam http://store.steampowered.com/sub/3088/
#4
I have Railworks, it's a cracking little "game"- well it's a sim not a game.

I'm not a nerd or trainspotter but I do enjoy an occasional go with a decent Train Sim. It's just so relaxing to play and different to other games.

At this price it really is a steal with all the extra DLC. Good find
#5
These types of games, or sims if you prefer, normally sell for quite a high price because of niche market.

Not my thing, but a good price for rail enthusiasts. Unless they know of a cheaper source - then share it here
#6
hot for the lulz :thumbsup:
#7
This game is sad and nerdy, for some reason someone has been round and put it on my drive, dont know who, but I've never played it.... honest :p
#8
I've just been looking at the trailer and it appears you get to drive a Deltic. I'm there.
#9
rdwarr
I've just been looking at the trailer and it appears you get to drive a Deltic. I'm there.


LOL thank god for anonymity ehh?? :-D
#10
rdwarr
I've just been looking at the trailer and it appears you get to drive a Deltic. I'm there.


mmm... hopefully with decent sounds effects. I'm interested now.
#11
not much replay value in this surely??
#12
ourdevonfamily
This looks steaming HOT!! Well for people into this kind of thing.

Personally I still want the full model trainset in the loft, just gotta wait for my son to be old enough to give me an excuse!

Hot from me!


Oh you are sooooooo right on that one, got two boys myself 1 and 3 and the eldest is already train mad (we live near North Norfolk Steam Railway so that helps) I can't wait!! :-D
#13
rdwarr
I've just been looking at the trailer and it appears you get to drive a Deltic. I'm there.

And here's me thinking I am the only one that loves these powerhouses!

... bought and now downloading :)
#14
Rich44
Oh you are sooooooo right on that one, got two boys myself 1 and 3 and the eldest is already train mad (we live near North Norfolk Steam Railway so that helps) I can't wait!! :-D


ourdevonfamily
This looks steaming HOT!! Well for people into this kind of thing.

Personally I still want the full model trainset in the loft, just gotta wait for my son to be old enough to give me an excuse!

Hot from me!


Me and my dad started making a massive train set when I was younger. Took up all of our attic, but then we didn't have space when we moved house. Never got finished, so might buy this to bring back some of the memories :)
#15
And on my first ever drive of a Deltic I managed to drive it out of Newcastle station and flip the loco off the tracks and down an enbankment ... less than 1/4 of a mile into my trip to York.

I think I need to RTFM!
#16
Q-Tec
And on my first ever drive of a Deltic I managed to drive it out of Newcastle station and flip the loco off the tracks and down an enbankment ... less than 1/4 of a mile into my trip to York.

I think I need to RTFM!


See, there's more to driving a train than pressing a few buttons! ;-)
#17
rdwarr;8034828
I've just been looking at the trailer and it appears you get to drive a Deltic. I'm there.


My friend is also very interested in Deltics and my friend is seriously tempted by this....my friend that is. :oops:

Reviews
http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B002AMVWOE
#18
STUkrugen
My friend is also very interested in Deltics and my friend is seriously tempted by this....my friend that is. :oops:

Reviews
http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B002AMVWOE


My "friend" is also interested in this LOL :whistling:
#19
I'm lucky enough to live within half an hour of Barrow Hill in Derbyshire, the home of the Deltic Appreciation Society, so I can get to see the engines every year.
#20
Very good update to the original plus the chance for some tractor and gronk thrash!

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