after that my father buyd TTD...... broked that one too. but this time myself i found TTD on an german site somwhere in 2003. the doawnload included ttd patch. but i still want to play TTO again
Played it on a 386 SX 25MHz, god it was slow would build a few services, and go away from the computer for a couple of hours and come back to find 1 or 2 years had passed!
Ten years... Crikey...
Seems a bloody long time when you're only 17...
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By the way, my old computer in that days was a 486 SX 25 with only 4 MB of RAM. I never played till the end in DOS-Era, because everything went quite slow after having about two dozens of planes in the air. I once tried to build a monorail, but when it became availiable, I didn't have any slot free for a vehicle an also already 80 trains on track. Man, that was lame...
So, I don't know when exactly I started play, but it was around the time TT was out on demo.
Loved it every since, it IS my favorite game of all time.
I've recently found OpenTTD which has revived my love for the game.
I now play OTTD, but to this day still have a CD version of TTO with the Martian Textures and the World Editor (apparently this wasn't around for long) sitting around somewhere...
I still have a Win 95 install disk too, somewhere, actually.
Sucked when it didn't work on XP, then found TTDPatch, worked on one of my earlier installs on my old computer but refused several installs later (let's just say it was a bit of a temperamental computer).
There's only one other game series that has stuck with me anywhere near as long (longer actually, since my second computer had it) - and that would be the legendary SimCity series - and to this day, all four main versions of SimCity are on my HDD.
Yeah! I've been credited! (Thanks, Jezulkim)Jezulkim wrote:Credits:
- Johnny B Goode, for digging this thread up and giving me an idea for this update.
- Mr. Owen Rudge, for his TT website where I grabbed the names.
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I played a demo of TTO in 1997, 1998, more or less... And since this time I loved! But, how that version was just a demo, I forgot it and now, in 2007, I resolved search the full game! Just in 2007! And I discovered that I can download the full game!
But I don't liked of TTD... I like more the TTO...
Very addictive at that time, and a welcome change from Railroad Tycoon.
Recently started playing it again - well, the deluxe version that is. Still haven't moved to the more advanced versions though, maybe that's for in another 10 years time...
My opinion is that Transport Tycoon is the best game EVER!
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