SimuTrans

SimuTrans 112.2

Build a city transportation system sim-city style

SimuTrans is a free multiplatform game (also available for Mac), belonging to the category 'Games' and the subcategory 'Strategy', and developed by Simutrans. View full description

SimuTrans is a free multiplatform game (also available for Mac), belonging to the category 'Games' and the subcategory 'Strategy', and developed by Simutrans.

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Since we added this program to our catalog in 2017, it has obtained 253,880 downloads, and last week it had 3 downloads.

It's available for users with the operating system Windows 98 SE and following versions, and you can get it in different languages such as English, Spanish, and German.

Its current version is 112.2 and it has been updated on 02/11/2013. Regarding its size, SimuTrans is a pretty light program that will not require as much storage space than most games in the Games section. It's heavily used in countries like Netherlands, Tunisia, and Turkey.

Simutrans is a transport and economic simulation game. Simutrans has not yet reached production state, but it is quite possible to build big transport networks between the industries and cities.

The player can create bus and rail connections and transport passengers, mail and goods in and between cities and industries. Even passenger ferries and oil tankers are included in the game. Goods are produced by industries from raw materials, sometimes over many steps of intermediate products. i.e. coal and iron ore are needed to produce steel in a steel mill. Oil may be transformed to plastics in a refinery. Plastics and steel are used to build cars by the car industry. Finally the cars are sold in the cities which need gas to run, which will also be produced at the refinery.

All goods need to be transported which is the ultimate aim. Transport the goods and allow industry to thrive but be careful not to destroy the environment!

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SimuTrans 112.2

User reviews about SimuTrans

  • Bugs1357

    by Bugs1357

    "Remember A-Train?"

    Since A-Train was made what seems like a hundred years ago by a company called Maxis, this game is a great modern rep...   More.