Railroads arrive in the Great Northwest. This map runs in 3 Eras from 1890 thru 1950. This map is a SAM and was designed as a single-player map.
There are no crossovers. To cross existing track you must switch through. Tunnels are expensive. Use them sparingly.
You will probably want to build some industries. I found through testing that it was sometimes advantageous to remove old trains
and possibly unneeded track. Be aware that the good “Brick” can only be delivered to Metros and Cities. At the start of the map neither
exists. I hope you enjoy The Great Northwest.
Welcome to the Heart of Texas SMR map. This is a SAM and was designed as a single-player map.
That said it has been tested with AI and played ok. This map was a tough one as I was chasing
an issue that was causing crashes. It took a while but that has been resolved. I want to thank
railage for his help in testing this map. A few corrections were made, thus this is the 2nd
version of this map. The map plays in 3 eras from 1920 to 1980. I hope you enjoy Heart of Texas.
I’m Daniel, I’ve been running SmrSimple for about 15 years now. Since my childhood I’ve loved playing train games. A feeling I am sure many reading can share 🙂 Over the years since participating in the SMR modding scene I eventually made my way into the game industry. From there I worked up my career to eventually making my dream game: RAILGRADE.
In making RAILGRADE I took many lessons from SMR. Not least of which was I wanted to fix branching. As you may know in SMR the AI often gets trains deadlocked. We solved that whole-sale in RAILGRADE by giving players full control over where and when trains take branches. We then structured the entire game around a handcrafted campaign. We’re further working on supporting a proper in-game map editor along with support for the Steam workshop. Thus a site like smrsimple would not even be required in the future to grab new maps for RAILGRADE, you will be able to download them directly!
If any of that catches your interest please consider wishlisting my game on Steam 🙂 Thank you for your time and consideration.
Welcome to Rocky Mountain High. This was designed as a single-player SAM (Stand Alone Map). There are
some new industries, engines and traincars to make things interesting. The map allows tunnels but they
are expensive. In order to cross existing track you must switch through. There are no crossovers.
The tourist good can be a little tricky. The map is setup so that Metros, Towns and Cities provide tourists
and Villages accept them. If the village you are delivering to grows to be a town, your delivery of
tourists will no longer count toward your goals. Keep an eye on that.
The map has been thoroughly tested and should not present any problems during game play. I hope you
enjoy Rocky Mountain High.
Welcome to Ohio Rails. This map was designed as a one player map but will work with AI players as well. The map features new,
larger version 2 train cars more appropriately sized for the engines pulling them. There are no crossovers. To cross existing track
you must switch through. There is only one legitimate way to get to Canada – a bridge from Detroit to Windsor. As this bridge is a
required goal, this should present no problems. I hope that you enjoy Ohio Rails.