This is Minnesota Rail, a SAM designed for one player. It features some new Goods, Industries, Traincars and Engines. It covers the period from 1950 to 2010. It plays on a 17 x 17 map and runs in two eras covering the 60 years. Time has been slowed. Please view the Read Me file for more information on playing this map. Version 2 corrects a few minor typos. Game play is unchanged.
This map contains 3 Eras running from 1930 to 2000. It contains a lot of new material – new industries, traincars, engines, etc. The map area runs roughly from Chicago, Illinois north to Sheboygan, Wisconsin and west to the Mississippi River. This is a single player map. This map is about track control. There are no crossover bridges. You must guide your trains to their destination using switches as necessary. This is a 17 x 17 map.
Over a year in the making comes Chrisle Wek’s New York Central map. The map is gorgeous but be careful as it is also difficult.
This map is loosely constructed around the legend of the Lost Dutchman’s Mine. It runs from 1892 to 1930. Time has been slowed down. It is intended to be played against 3 AIs. It features some new engines, goods and industries. There are new city buildings including a Mercantile, Barbershop, Hotel, and others. There is a listing of goods and industries if you wish to use it included within the zip.
For the next six days you can get Sid Meier’s Railroads on Steam for one dollar through the Humble Bundle! This is the cheapest SMR has ever been on sale and if anything I’m surprised they included SMR in the bundle. Even if you already have SMR you should consider grabbing a copy to give to friends.