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Posted 06 January 2003 - 03:21 PM

Train Sim is MS's simulator for railfans. It's nice, you drive all kinds of locos...I just saw the Dash 9 - 4723- they use to model the engine in the game.

I reccomend Trainz: the Ultimate Collection. You are God in the sim. You create entire cities,towns,everything. Then you got trains to drive and with the paint shed thing you can repaint the locos to YOUR dream scheme! The there's a farly intense 3-d rendering program to create new content for the game, you can model a bus to add to your virtual layout or whatever.

It's like $40 at Game Stop ($43.00 @ Microcenter) and damn well worth it. With Train Sim you gotta buy the paint shed and all the add ons seperatly.

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Posted 06 January 2003 - 03:34 PM

Many of the add-ons are free at Train-Sim.
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