Explore a vast and detailed world and build a Transportation Empire! Lay down tracks, roads, and bridges. Use railroads, trucking lines, buses, airplanes, and ships to outmaneuver ruthless competitors who will try to take business away from you, and see who is the best at meeting the needs of a growing metropolis. Cash in on a world of opportunity moving raw materials, goods, and people efficiently from one destination to another. Rake in huge profits as the years advance from 1900 to 2000 and beyond. Experience different world variations, difficulty levels, and complete goals of different scenarios. Run the world your way!
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Locomotion is a Roller Coaster Tycoon clone, made by the same guy Chris Sawyer so it's not a ripoff , the levels are in difficulties and you have objectives for each level, but you can still play however you want, you can get a loan to build expensive buildings but everything is expensive , so in order to progress you need to get a loan and buildings work together so you need to get a loan for a couple of buildings and then pay it back takes a while and before you know it ,you're so deep in debt and unable to borrow more money , but once you start getting it together you'll make a load of money , especially when you fast forward time and pause the time. Graphics are super outdated and makes you wonder why doesn't this look better ,just because it was an older idea it came after roller coaster tycoon, soundtracks is also horrible and makes you turn it off from menu after 10 minutes of gameplay and switch to System Of A Down whilst destroying tracks and watching your trains crash. gameplay gets old after a while and no wonder the game got bad critiques everywhere. if you're a fan of roller coaster tycoon, better wait for another one instead.
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