Trainz Simulator 2010: Engineers Edition

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Third party DRM: Securom

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Trainz Simulator 2010: Engineers Edition of (TS2010) includes everything you need to build and operate your own dream railroad. You can build a fun layout in minutes, faithfully recreate a steam railroad from days gone by or develop a fully fledged 100+ mile prototypical route; the choice is yours.

Drive... Steam, Diesel or Electric trains (and even trams, boats and cars)

Operate... a complete working rail line with interactive industries

Build... and customize your own living railroad

Share... your creations and your passion with other rail fans


SpeedTree® - New to Trainz Simulator 2010 is the inclusion of SpeedTree®. High Quality and detailed trees breathe new life into your routes and bring your worlds to life. Check out the tech video on the left for information on SpeedTree.

New and Upgraded Routes* - Included in the TS2010:EE Release will be several new routes for you to explore as well as improvements to routes you're all used to. These include:

  • ECML Kings Cross - York

  • Avery Drexel

  • CN Holly Subdivision

  • Conrail Lincoln Secondary

  • CSX Saginaw Subdivision

  • Detroit Connecting Railroad

  • Harbor Master

  • Port Ogden and Northern

  • Downtown Traction Company

Tutorial Sessions - Not sure where to start with TS2010? Then check out the new tutorials included for you to drive and learn. Tutorials will be included covering the following lessons:

  • DCC Control

  • Industries

  • Junctions

  • Signaling

  • CAB Control of Diesel, Electric and Steam Trains

  • Passenger Stations

  • And More...

Customizable Menu System - The Trainz interface has had a thorough overhaul, bringing a more friendly and intuitive interface to your screens. Along with the usability improvements, content creators can also create their own menu items for their routes and sessions.

Routes - New routes are available for you to drive with upgraded content specific to TS2010 and including SpeedTree® throughout. Developed specifically to run in 'Native' mode, experience the best Trainz® ever.

Seasonal Asset Support - Support has been included to allow the creation of Seasonal Assets. Switch between different seasons and observe as the compatible objects change appearance.

Backward Compatible with TS2009 Content - TS2010:EE will work out of the box with all content created for TS2009:WBE

Layer Support in Surveyor - Introducing a Layer tool similar to that found in many common graphics applications, you now have the ability to perform tasks that were impossible in previous versions of Trainz®:

  • Assign Objects to Layers

  • Hide and Lock Layers

  • Move Layers between Sessions and Routes enabling you to add any object to a session - not just trains. Want to include some new building types in a session? Or maybe a new section of track? Use the layer tool to achieve this.

All Modules Included - Use all three of the Trainz® game modules - Driver, Surveyor and Railyard.

And more...

Customer reviews


Trainz lite

vipe_1 | Dec. 12, 2014 | See all vipe_1's reviews »

Trainz Simulator 2010: Engineers Edition is a solid buy for railroad or model railroad fans. The game is another in the long Trainz line of games, and focuses heavily on building your own route. Trainz isn't really like Train Simulator 2013/14/15 etc. The Trainz series never has looked as good, been designed as well from an interface standpoint, nor is as true to prototype. This game in particular is like a large model railroad. That's not necessarily a bad thing, just keep in mind it won't do what some other things do. Graphics are good, but a little "sterile" looking. The interface and overall design of the game are ok, but a bit more confusing (especially when adding new content). Sounds and gameplay are fun and worth the time. Overall Trainz is a good casual game. It's not a prototype sim and really is about running or designing a railway from your perspective.


I like trains.

Kane987245 | Dec. 5, 2014 | See all Kane987245's reviews »

Do you? You will if you are a fan of trains! Experts of trains and playing them will easily enjoy this title. It has a variety of old trains, modern trains, and train models in between. While the graphics are not the greatest, that is not the point. It is to conduct trains until you die. Buy it up train fans!


Great game for train fans.

iIDevvz | June 10, 2011 | See all iIDevvz's reviews »

This is a awesome game for Train fans. The name is a little bit weird, but that doesn't matter. The matter is: the game. This game is cool for train experts. All kinds of trains are in here. From modern trains, to old trains. The graphics are ok too, they look good. You can make your own rails, and that's even cool. Its not boring, its not awesome, it's ok.