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Lowest price I have seen. The sequel is out, but many prefer the original.

About This GameTransport Fever is a railroad­-focused tycoon game. Players start in 1850 and build up a thriving transport company. As an emerging transport tycoon, the player constructs stations, airports, harbors and makes money by connecting areas requiring transport services.

Construct complex road­-rail-water-air networks in the endless game and experience more than 150 year of transportation history. Fulfill the people’s needs and watch cities evolve dynamically. Supply industries with freight, develop complete cargo chains and enable economic growth. Build up a transport empire!

Master challenges and get entertained in the campaign game mode. Two campaigns consisting of a multitude of missions with increasing difficulty can be tackled. Missions of the American and the European campaign tell the historical context of the 19th and 20th century and offer a wide range of real­world transportation challenges.Game Features
  • Two game modes: Endless game and campaign mode
  • Over 120 detailed trains, aircrafts, ships, buses, trams and trucks
  • Intuitive yet powerful railroad and street construction
  • Upgradable train and bus stations, airports and harbors
  • European and American campaign with a multitude of historical missions
  • Randomly generated, modifiable terrains with realistic dimensions
  • Fully realized European and American game environments
  • Dynamically simulated urban development and passenger movement
  • Sophisticated economy model and freight simulation
  • Content from more than 150 years of transportation history
  • Realistic vehicle simulation, coloring and aging
  • Physically based graphics, lighting and simulation
  • More than 25 challenging achievements
  • Steam Workshop and extensive modding support3395246.jpg
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Isn't this a blatant rip off of Transport Tycoon?
Wayne_Fletcher25/01/2020 21:25

Isn't this a blatant rip off of Transport Tycoon?


It is, but it’s a very good one. It’s basically a modern remake like hospital 2.0 is of theme hospital. (Disclaimer it’s one of those games where you think you have been playing for a hour or two tops but after a bit spot it’s 2am ...)
There's a sequel out as well. Assuming it's a more refined game it might be a better investment.
lemming3k25/01/2020 23:38

There's a sequel out as well. Assuming it's a more refined game it might …There's a sequel out as well. Assuming it's a more refined game it might be a better investment.


Here's a quote from a steam review of the sequel:

''Kinda bugs me to give it a NR review so I'll explain.
If you've played Tf1 already you've basically already played TF2. Besides a few UI improvements and the drastic reduction in industry use it's the same game with a graphics overhaul. Basically the game itself will be saved through the use of mods because from what I can tell Vanilla does not add much at all to the original title.
Especially for the price I just dont see this worth the cost. Played free mode for a day and feel like I've already seen everything before. The train selection is weak too. But im sure mods will handle that.
Still 40 bucks for a graphics overhaul is not worthy of a sequel but maybe a DLC upgrade.''
Open Transport Tycoon is free!
mongstar26/01/2020 01:50

Here's a quote from a steam review of the sequel:''Kinda bugs me to give …Here's a quote from a steam review of the sequel:''Kinda bugs me to give it a NR review so I'll explain.If you've played Tf1 already you've basically already played TF2. Besides a few UI improvements and the drastic reduction in industry use it's the same game with a graphics overhaul. Basically the game itself will be saved through the use of mods because from what I can tell Vanilla does not add much at all to the original title.Especially for the price I just dont see this worth the cost. Played free mode for a day and feel like I've already seen everything before. The train selection is weak too. But im sure mods will handle that.Still 40 bucks for a graphics overhaul is not worthy of a sequel but maybe a DLC upgrade.''



Fair enough. That's a fairly common complaint for a lot of sequels. I suppose they have a working formula and haven't changed much. That's a shame but it's quite a new release so hopefully they will invest more into it over time.
Very good price for the original though.
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