BackgroundPlayers of Railroad Tycoon 3 begin the game with a modest sum of capital at the beginning of the Golden Era of Railroading and expand their empire into major cities, while purchasing the latest locomotives, forcing competitors into bankruptcy, and exploiting the stock market to become the ultimate Railroad Tycoon
GameplayAs well as over 25 challenging scenarios to recreate magnificent feats of railroading history from around the world, players can also lay down track, complete with tunnels, bridges, and overpasses, then pick from more than 40 locomotives - from the original Planet and Norris 4-2-0 to monster trains like the 4-8-8-4 Big Boy and the Shinkansen - the original bullet train. Players will haul over 40 different cargos between more than 150 different buildings, in a dynamic and fluctuating economy. Manipulating Railroad Tycoon 3's realistic stock market with margin buying, short selling, hostile takeovers and mergers, players can build up a massive fortune and even prosper by running their railroad into bankruptcy.
- Over 25 challenging scenarios
- Pick from more than 40 locomatives
- A realistic in game stock market with margin buying, short selling, hostile takeovers and mergers
- Players will haul over 40 different cargos between more than 150 different buildings, in a dynamic and fluctuating economy
Hardware RequirementsSystem: 400MHz CPU or equivalent
RAM:128 MB RAM
Video Memory: 16 MB VRAM
Hard Drive Space: 1200 MB
Official URLOfficial Site
- General Q&A + Introductions Jun 20
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I've played the original RailroadTycoon many many years ago and I've loved it. As I...
- Genre: City Simulation (PC)
- Developer: Pop Top Software
- Publisher: G.O.D.
Released North America Oct 23, 2003