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Train Fever

Train Fever review

Yellow, scarlet, and dengue also available

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4 years ago

Planes, Trains And Automoboats: Transport Fever

Train Fever gave off all the right signals and received a nod of approval from none other than our very own Stat Controller, Tim Stone. A sequel has just been announced and, glory be, it's going full Transport Tycoon. Transport Fever's [official site] the name. Taking in land, air and sea transport, and more than 150 years of history, it'll have cities that evolve, 120+…

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5 years ago

Feature: Yellow, scarlet, and dengue also available

Train Fever review

In Train Fever you don't play Basil Batchley-Lytton, a Holmes-style epidemiologist investigating a gruesome skin disease sweeping Victorian Britain. Pressing 'h' doesn't hail the nearest hansom cab. Pressing 'm' doesn't bring up a microscope view. The¬†climactic scene doesn't take place in the horsehair storeroom of the GWR upholstery shop in Swindon. Accept these crushing disappointments - recognise that ¬£20 has secured you a compelling Transport…

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What A Lovely Way To Burn: Train Fever

Trains! Yes. Because I went to university in the late '00s and am awful, I have a poster on my wall depicting a line drawing of a boy that says "Keep calm and like trains." For similar reasons, I have never played a train simulator or management game. Train Fever is the most provocative so far, not least because of the name. Literal train fever…

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