Experience the excitement of trains on your PC. Take the controls from the engineer's cab with 6,000 tons of freight behind you and exciting challenges ahead. Or relax in the passenger's seat and enjoy the unfolding scenery. Trains, routes and sounds have been recreated in explicit detail with authentic landscapes and real-world adventures. From steam, diesels and electric engines, immerse yourself in the sights, sounds and adventures of Microsoft Train Simulator.
Game Genre: Simulation Game
Required Operating System: PC
ESRB Rating: E (Everyone)
Media Format: CD-ROM
Product Title: Microsoft Train Simulator v.1.0
Power Score: 4.1 | 6 Reviews
License Type: Full Product
System Requirements: To Play Microsoft Train Simulator, You Need: Computer/Processor: Multimedia PC with a Pentium II 266 MHz equivalent or higher processor with 8 MB 3D video hardware Memory: 32 MB of RAM for Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME; 64 MB of RAM for Windows 2000 Hard Disk: 500 MB of available hard disk space for a minimum install (additional 50 MB of space required for DirectX 8 installation and swap file). Approximately 1.8 GB of available hard disk space for a full install on a FAT32 formatted volume Drive: Quad Speed CD-ROM or faster Display: Super VGA, 16-bit color monitor or better supporting 800x600 resolution @ 60 Hz Operating System: Microsoft Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Millennium Edition or Windows 2000 Operating System (D
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Max License Size: 1 user(s)
Min License Size: 1 user(s)
Required Disk Space: 500 MB
Required Memory: 32 MB
Required Processor Class: Intel Pentium II Processor
Required Processor Speed: 266 MHz
Version / Edition: 1.0
Product Reviews (6)
Enjoyable simulation game
Strengths: Unique! Good graphics, easy to learn
I found this to be a pretty unique game/simulation. You only need to learn a few things start playing and you can get into detailed scenarios if you like. Not an action game (as you might imagine) but enjoyable nonetheless. My 7 year old likes to play it too.
By ms3e - Oct 26, 2006
Strengths: Graphics, tons of scalability
Weakness: Lots of small glitches and bugs.
This is a great game, but not one full of action. It has great graphics, and the tools provided with the retail version allow anyone with a bit of skill and knowhow to create their own routes and trains. There are many places online where you can download additional things. Some user made routes dont work and make train sim crash, so be careful which ones you get.
By Cameras and Computers - Nov 3, 2005
My son has really enjoyed playing this game. He loves trains and feels this is complex enough to be real!!! Microsoft did a good job with this product. Would buy it again.
By djevans21 - Aug 22, 2005
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By testseek.com - Nov 7, 2008
It's widely known around the office that I don't think much of civilian flight sims. While I can get no end of enjoyment out of Combat Flight Simulator, piloting a Cessna from Seatac to SFO just seems to bore me. I felt the same way approaching this game. But after playing around with Microsoft's Train Simulator for a few weeks, I finally get what all the fuss is about with the civilian...
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By IGN.com - Jun 20, 2001