MS Train Sim

Embattle

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Nope, I find it quicker to use a spoon to kill myself with ;)
 

MikeyBear

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Darthshearer said:
Anyone played / got this?
I've played it yeah, not got it though. Its apparently very good if you like ya trains but U have to *really* appreciate trains to get summin from it I think.
 

I_R_BIG_TROLL

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I tried it a couple times - but seeing as i'm no train enthusiast, I found it **Exceptionally** boring. As mentioned - this is only for the train aficionados (enthusiasts) out there.

Just my 2 coppers worth ;)

/wave
 

sibanac

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reminds me of a space shuttle sim i once had.
It basicly involved 5 hours of doing nothing, 2 hours of pressing a button or 2 when told so and 15 mins of actualy flying the damn thing
 

Cdr

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sibanac said:
reminds me of a space shuttle sim i once had.
It basicly involved 5 hours of doing nothing, 2 hours of pressing a button or 2 when told so and 15 mins of actualy flying the damn thing
I remember having one on the Amiga - was as complicated as hell. I'm sure the take-off procedure had a manual of its own.
 

sibanac

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Cdr said:
I remember having one on the Amiga - was as complicated as hell. I'm sure the take-off procedure had a manual of its own.
aye and 5 posters with all the control pannels and switches on it.

Take-off consited out of sitting on the launch pad for an hour and run thru system checks
 

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