Description of Sid Meier's Railroad Tycoon
Sid Meier's Railroad Tycoon (aka 铁路大亨, Tielu Daheng, Sid Meier's レイルロードタイクーン, Golden Age of Railroad), a really nice simulation game sold in 1990 for DOS, is available and ready to be played again! Also available on Amiga and Atari ST, time to play a managerial, real-time and train video game title.
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Comments and reviews
Pala 2019-02-13 0 point DOS version
Here's a hint if you still have problems in laying tracks. Sometimes you have to turn num lock on and off a couple of times to be able to lay tracks.
Anonymous 2018-01-22 0 point
Hello people, and many thanks to the DosBox creators. What a wonderful piece of work! Now, if you can only get 5 and a half inch drives to work on my motherboard, I have a lot of games I could go back and play ...
Anyways, I just recently downloaded the Railroad Tycoon Deluxe from 2k yesterday, and immediately ran into a problem trying to lay track diagonally. To make a long story short, you need to hit the cntrl-F1 key combo and bring up the keyboard mapper console. Don't click on anything, just hit the 'save' box and then exit. This will create a mapper.txt file in DosBox for the current session. If you don't do this, numlock will not work and you won't be able to use the number keypad on the right side of your keyboard at all for track laying, you will only be able to use the up-down and sideways arrow keys, i.e. only 90 degree track sections, which is tedious and costs a lot more as well.
I'm not a programmer, but I suspect it is a conflict of some sort with my joystick files, or the msinput directory in my startup sequence for Winblows. If I highlight the 'num' button in keymapper, and then the 'add' command button, it will only let me pick the 'mod 1' and hold' stuff, or by using the 'next feature toggles me into a dead end asking me to press a joystick button in red letters, which is why I'm guessing it's a conflict with by msinput that loads on booting; the only thing in the directory is my joystick driver, an MS Sidewinder Pro on a serial port.
If you get 'trapped' in the 'Add' sequence like I did above, simply exit DosBox and delete the mapper.txt file in the Dosbox directory, restart DosBox and repeat the keyboard mapper save and exit procedure outlined in the first paragraph and it will work again. I have to do that every time I start DosBox, though, and don't know why yet.
Anyways , I hope this helps somebody out, not just with Railroad Tycoon but similar problems with other games that be caused by the same issue.
Thanks again, people.
Nick 2017-03-15 1 point DOS version
Cannot build tracks, shift and arrow keys does not work? Using DosBox 0.74 with Mac OSX, but DOS version of the game. Can anyone help? Thanks!
PJ 2016-09-26 0 point Amiga version
The game that first got me into strategy titles as a kid.
Wasted many a evening, weekend or holiday on this.
Kurt 2016-01-14 0 point DOS version
It's been a long time, but I remember with this game if you could so supermassively into the red before you got fired, the computer would glitch and roll that negative over into the positive.
samigascon 2012-11-25 2 points DOS version
One of best games i've played in my life. if you like it... Railroads 3 has the same essence
bass 2012-03-29 1 point DOS version
What do you do when it asks you to insert a disk into drive a?
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