Download Trainz Railroad Simulator 2006 PC Game 2006

Download Trainz Railroad Simulator 2006

Size to download: 1.34 GB. Version: Full Last Release

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Memory: 512 MB
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 with clock frequency 2.8 ghz
Storage: 6 GB
Graphics: 128 MB
OS: Windows XP / Windows Vista SP2 / Windows 7 SP1
Year: 2006
Developer: Auran
Version: Full Last Release

Trainz Railroad Simulator 2006 does not stand out against similar projects in a similar genre. Here the concept is already used here, where it is necessary to control the locomotive, moving from point A to point B. In some situations, travel circumstances may vary, but in general the situation remains monotonous and unhurried. The only thing that brings a variety of what is happening - the presence of at once 3 game modes.

List and description of modes in the train driving simulator "Trainz Railroad Simulator 2006":

  • Builder - a user can independently create routes, controlling everything to the smallest details - from the relief of the soil to the density of trees next to the paths.
  • Machinist - standard for such a genre mode where you can choose a direction and move to the destination point by driving the unit.
  • Scenario - Unlike the second modification, implies a specific task. Each time, the locomotive will change as the route of movement with the schedule of stops.
If the user has no experience in passing such projects, there is a special training mission for it. Here you can "Torture" Lokomotiv, understand the principle of operation of each mechanism and its purpose, and just get used to the speaker gameplay. But if everything happens so smoothly and slowly, do not think that every train will be easy to pass. For example, if you do not calculate the speed at the entrance to the rotation, the composition will come down from the rail, and the task will be failed. Therefore, as Gamer will be able to master the right skills.

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