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Railroad Tycoon 2

Railroad Tycoon 2 is an abandoned train simulation game designed by Phil Steinmeyer, developed by Pop Software and released by Gathering of Developers for Windows, Linux and Mac in 1998. As the title suggests, Railroad Tycoon 2 is the sequel of the acclaimed train management simulation Railroad Tycoon designed by Sid Meier in 1990.

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Editions: Railroad Tycoon 2: Gold (includes the expansion Railroad Tycoon 2: The Second Century), Railroad Tycoon 2: Platinum (the same as the Gold edition, plus over 50 community-made maps added and enhanced mouse-wheel support).

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Input: keyboard, mouse

Distributed on: cd-rom

Also published for: Dreamcast, PlayStation

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  • jeffrey lynn wolff - 06/11/2020 04:37
    i have a railroad 2 and it work fine on windows xp service pack 3. then microsoft crash my hard drive and then it has some issues with it. the game works but no music,
  • Alex - 28/12/2019 21:57
    Loved this game 20 years ago. I lost my CD a long time ago, I'll be sure to try this!
    Worked right away without a VM on my WIndows 10 system.
  • Albert Porfilio - 23/03/2017 21:45
    I had owned the game, but some1 stole it. I did order it through XPLOSIVE, however I Paid 10 dollars for it, and damn there was a authorization code to it, and there wasn't, on the pack or disk. So I spent 5 bucks on it through Steam.com, hell there was no way to set up water towers or repair. If U know about train, U need them, so I erased the account of theirs
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