Really early versions of TTO

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Post by Gurluas2000 » 18 Jul 2004 11:01

i know this is, old but i wanna know... did anyone had sum luck with passing 1932?

i noticed another one btw... the road depot of 1.03
is black no matter the companies color...

also when u click on news u wont get transported to the news item.

and theres no hqs

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Post by Gurluas2000 » 17 Apr 2005 18:50

bump

id like to get more info here... this is a beta...

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Post by nicfer » 14 Dec 2005 15:23

An old thread but...

That demo in my dosbox is near impossible to play: for move the mouse I have to hold the left or right button. You cannot see the catchment area and the 'accepts' text that gives you what materials will acept the station is not displayed. Pressing the DEL key pop ups the window that says 'Do you want to quit to DOS' or something. The 1, 2, 3 and 4 keys (that in the no demo versions activate the build rail cursors) doesn't too work. And another things that I don't checked securely.
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Post by Roman » 06 Jan 2006 18:42

I recently found an old preview article in the German games magazine "PC Player", featuring screenshots of quite an early version of TTO. It must be before the first known demo version, which is 1.03.107.

Take a look at this scan cantle below. Note the different road graphics at the juction on the left, the train stations, the train depot and the coloured fences along the railway tracks on the right.
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Post by Gurluas2000 » 07 Jan 2006 10:11

WOW... :shock:
thats cool

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Post by orudge » 07 Jan 2006 15:58

Ooh, very interesting, very interesting indeed. I'll have a look at your scans now. :)

EDIT: Ooh, various different models of train that didn't make it into the final game, unbranded road vehicles (including a 70mph bus in 1932 :o), and other interesting things. Thanks for this! :)

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Post by Villem » 07 Jan 2006 16:24

It would be interesting to see that station building in the TTO conversion for TTD..

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Post by Jezulkim » 07 Jan 2006 16:40

Akalamanaia wrote:It would be interesting to see that station building in the TTO conversion for TTD..
Yeah, it would be... :)
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Post by nicfer » 10 Jan 2006 21:02

LAST MOMENT NOTICE: I GET THE GAME GOT RUNNING A VERY LONG TIME AND WITHOUT DOSBOX OR ANY DOS EMULATOR (about 10 minutes)

How I did? Easy but provisory: Put in options detail and animation level to low, name of towns, station names and signs off, currency in £, speed in mph, etc., so try make that the number be low, the strings more shorter, the graphic usage the lowers, etc., and the game will crash after the normal :wink:. The game crashed at the same time of that I clicked a depot mine. And after the crash, my cursor started to work strangely. I don't know what is that but will be removed with a reboot.
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Post by Gurluas2000 » 12 Jan 2006 13:54

offtopic: are you the slayer who came and flammed all over ms:c boards?

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Post by nicfer » 12 Jan 2006 16:05

Mmmm... I don't remember it but I think that no because I don't post very much, only when have a doubt or something. Yesterday I was more 'threader' (if that is the right word), but I don't spammed never.
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Post by collingwood » 03 Feb 2006 19:13

Here I've got a copy of TTO that has the money overflow bug, but not knowing what the version it is

I dunno if it's allowed to post it here, if not, I'll delete this attachment
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Post by Roman » 03 Feb 2006 21:45

It's version 1.06.011. Thus nothing new. But thanks for your goodwill, anyway... :)
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Post by madman » 10 Apr 2006 11:37

Lord wrote:I once read something about a tto demo on the cd-rom of a magazine called "PC Gamer". That must have been in 1994 or so. Maybe that's an earlier version... does anyone have such old issues?

BTW, you can move the map in the menu screen. :D
ahem, i actually have that cd at home :D - its at my proper home though, not uni (sorry)

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Post by PikkaBird » 10 Apr 2006 12:13

madman wrote:ahem, i actually have that cd at home :D - its at my proper home though, not uni (sorry)
I have the CD with 1.03.107 on it (the file dates on the CD are September 1994)... just dug it out and it's a bit grubby, but it still works. :)
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Post by Roman » 10 Apr 2006 14:42

I believe this is exactly the CD-ROM I found it on, too.
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Post by Samwise » 12 Apr 2006 19:23

We had a very old pc at home.. and I believe there was the very first version of TTO installed.. I wish we still had it..
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Post by Costas » 05 May 2006 01:51

i found an installation for extra scenarios and alternative graphix for the original TT, but i dont have it to check it out... the file (exe and dat) says it was modified 1995 march 8.
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Post by vear » 05 May 2006 09:09

It's nothing new, it's part of widely known Transport Tycoon World Editor.
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Post by heppers » 17 Aug 2006 08:03

If only the floppy disks hadnt died i would have be able to recover what i call the proper TTO not TTO+WE but pure TTO.
Shame really, i would have liked to have played it again, perhaps in a virtual macine...
And if i remember right the installation screen was greyscale not redscale!

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