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Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product. Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. Players' inline with previous Railroad Tycoon games will need to find enough capital to establish a railway company. When up and running in full steam players can look at any part of their development utilizing the games full on 3D layout with Pop Top design. The original Railroad Tycoon , released in , quickly became a tremendous critical and commercial success, and at the same time created the Tycoon genre of game play.
Lots of business builders and resource management games, but not a lot of focus on the business of running a railroad specifically. If that is what you wanted, I have some bad news for you…. Railroad Corporation from Corbie Games and distributed by Iceberg Interactive, publishers of Starport Gemini 2 and Starship Corporation , haven't knocked it out of the park, instead providing a very visually attractive entry into the world of railroad management games which can't really decide whether it wants to be part of that genre or not. This indecision is a problem for the player, not because it introduces complexity but because it causes the designers to cut what are normally thought of as important features for 'railway management games' in order to spread their development attention to less successful portions of the design. I'm not a newcomer to management games in general or railroad games in specific, all the way back to Sid Meier's Railroad Tycoon. Innovations in modeling minimum turn radius, gradient handling, and the other intricacies of putting down flexible track were added on to games along the way, letting you have greater control over how your trains could run.