Summary: This game has a large following and tons of support online. That said... I felt it was too limited. It seemed very limited in what a player could do. If I wanted to design my own track, or NOT play an adventure it was not worth the effort.
Summary: The title says it all: Train Simulator. This gives you all sorts of buttons and switches to mess with on Steam, Diesel, and Electric locomotives. It takes a while to get used to it (and it really helps when you turn the so-called "easy" controls off), but it can be quite an enjoyable experience to...
Summary: This simulator is good, providing you only want to ride and deal with a few trains only. It lacks of sense and proper means to build your own lines or to create a train of your own. Also, is very difficult to find out how you can improve or create new trains.
Summary: My husband always wanted a game like this since he is such a train buff. It was to be a great gift for Christmas, but it is always crashing the computer. He can only play certain parts of it and that is a shame.
Summary: Train Simulator is a well-written game, but there are some things that could be better. On the plus side, it is a fairly accurate representation of what driving a train would be like. It has 3 different locomotives to drive: steam, diesel and electric. It is interesting to compare the 3 types.