Chris Sawyer’s Locomotion Word Mods:

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This site will Provide information and many mods for the game Chris Sawyer’s Locomotion Launched in 2004 is the successor to Transport Tycoon:
More about the game:
Chris Sawyer’s Locomotion is a computer game developed by Chris Sawyer. The game Allows the player to use rail lines, trucks, buses, airplanes and ships to make money in a shipping company Between the years 1900 to 2100 (but the game runs even Beyond this year, there are examples of scenarios That the cam too close year 5000). It contains over 40 pre-designed scenarios and a scenario editor, and Can Also be played in multiplayer mode with another person controlled competitor. The game is played on a 2D isometric view like The Other games by Chris Sawyer, RollerCoaster Tycoon Particularly, That Which uses the engine was originally developed for Transport Tycoon. Chris Sawyer’s Locomotion was released in the U.S. on September 7, 2004, and in 2005 the rest of the world. Reviews of the game Were Generally not favorable, with many noting That the user interface and AI of the game Were Both poor Compared to the original Transport Tycoon. However, the algorithm AI HAD expanded from Transport Tycoon Deluxe, so that it now construct two routes Manner as to Prevent build bonds. Sabotage by rivals of vehicles, predominantly in Transport Tycoon, Has Been Reduced but not eliminated. Moreover, Rival Firms Can Never be bought by the company player. Even so is Almost identical to the TT.

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2 thoughts on “Chris Sawyer’s Locomotion Word Mods:

  1. I couldn’t download the Airplane Pack! It says the archive is expired! How do I download it??

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