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Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • Gameplay [ ] The simulation allows players to operate a train on various routes in Europe, Asia, and the United States. Players need to stop and start the train, couple wagons, using the computer mouse, keyboard or a hardware addition such as to operate the controls. Sound effects are enabled. Main article: On May 7, 2003, Microsoft announced that it would be developing a sequel called Microsoft Train Simulator 2 and it was first demoed to the public at on May 15. Seemingly its main improvements were the addition of people to the game (e.g. Passengers waiting at the stations, people operating the new locomotive roster, etc.), more realistic crashes and other accidents, and.
It was being developed by, the original MSTS creators. Despite restructuring efforts at Kuju, the project was however handed over to Microsoft Game Studios on August 18, 2003. This project was ultimately halted, as the following statement on April 24, 2004 from Microsoft confirmed: Microsoft Game Studios has halted the Windows-based game 'Train Simulator 2.0.' The decision to halt 'Train Simulator 2.0' was made some time ago and was based on a long, hard and difficult look at our business objectives and product offerings. We remain focused on the simulations category with successful, platform-driving franchises such as 'Microsoft Flight Simulator.' — On January 19, 2007, Microsoft announced the relaunch of the Microsoft Train Simulator project.
This time the game was being made in-house by ACES Game Studio () known for its long line of, as a part of the ' initiative. The game would have used the graphics engine and it was planned to be compatible with both and. A post on 'The Little Wheel Goes in Back' blog, written by one of the developers, on August 23, 2007 suggested the working title was 'Train Simulator 2'. On January 23, 2009, Microsoft announced that it was permanently closing ACES Game Studios, the internal development studio responsible for both Microsoft Flight Simulator and Microsoft Train Simulator.
As a result, all future development on Train Simulator 2 (which was entering the final stages of development at the time of the closure) was immediately halted, marking the second time that the project was terminated. While Microsoft states that 'they are committed to both the Flight Simulator and Train Simulator brands', it is unknown if the Train Simulator 2 project will ever be resurrected and completed sometime in the future. Many former employees of ACES Game Studios went on to join Cascade Game Foundry, a new company that was itself founded by two ACES alumni. Cascade Game Foundry focuses on developing entertainment simulations. Open Rails [ ] Open Rails is an project launched, developed, maintained and nurtured by a team of volunteers and licensed under.
Its project summary states the following: Open Rails is a train simulator that supports the world's largest range of digital content. Accurate behaviour for steam, diesel and electric traction including trains with multiple locos. Signals which correctly protect the train and permit complex timetabled operations. Multi-user mode in which any timetabled train can be driven in person or by computer. Key technical objectives are to be backward compatible with as well as extend all MSTS content. It adds new features such as improved multiplayer and mouse controls along with a newer engine that has better graphics and more realistic physics than MSTS. It is optimised to be able to take advantage of the features of newer CPUs, and can support more detailed models.
Open Rails 1.2 was released in 22 January 2017. See also [ ] • – reference article to other train simulator products. • Other games from the Simulator series:,, References [ ]. Retrieved January 10, 2018 – via Amazon. • Marchelletta, Courtney.. Retrieved January 20, 2009. Retrieved January 10, 2018.
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