Summary: The original Railroad Tycoon was the first game for the IBM PC that I ever bought, and I played it enthusiastically. This is a worthy successor. I miss a few things from the original, however. Signals were nice, and true to life.
Summary: I like this game all right, I suppose, but it was not really what I was looking for. What I really wanted was Railroad Tycoon 2 (Mac) with the bugs in the map-making part of the program corrected.
Summary: I bought this because I had railroad tycoon back in the old days. I thought it was a great game then, but they took a few things out I liked. Oh, well. It also will crash win7 if you get too much going on, still great escape.
Summary: This game was to replace my RTII after I upgraded to a 64 Bit computer that runs on Windows 7. I like the graphics but seems that they forgot to develop a full USA map to play with. Many of the menus are hidden and you have to click through them to figure what does what.
Summary: I give this title three stars because I'm talking about the MacSoft version of it; the game as it was originally written for Windows deserves a better rating than that. This game has more reasons for a patch to be released than any other I've seen but MacSoft won't issue one.
Summary: I bought this game for my husband for his birthday when it first came out. My husband loved RRT 2 and the expansion pack, so I thought this was a definite can't lose gift. And it wasn't. The graphics are great, the music is fun, and the ability to play online is great.