When did you start playing TTO ?

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When did you start playing TTO ?

Post by Square17 » 11 Aug 2003 18:14

Its a quastion to all users of this forum :lol: .

I started in july 1998 on my new PII233 MHz :).

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Post by Lilman424 » 11 Aug 2003 18:16

I didn't....I started playing TTD.....and how wouuld I remember when?
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Post by SHADOW-XIII » 11 Aug 2003 18:21

1994 (or '95), then I switched to Deluxe version as soon as I get it
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Post by Square17 » 11 Aug 2003 18:26

In 1997 i was using 286 :D :D :D :D :D and i cant play TT :( .

It is just digression :)
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Post by SHADOW-XIII » 11 Aug 2003 18:27

I started in july 1998 on my new PII233 MHz .
In 1997 i was using 286 and i cant play TT .
so when ???
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Post by Square17 » 11 Aug 2003 18:32

in 1998 I bought PII233

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Post by SHADOW-XIII » 11 Aug 2003 18:34

sorry about that, I did not uderstand before :roll:
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Post by way_2_fun » 12 Aug 2003 04:55

I don't know what year, but a long time back. :wink:
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Post by SHADOW-XIII » 12 Aug 2003 09:05

I found all TT things on my own .. one of the latest things I found with TT was drop down menu :lol: ... yeah I know ... silly ... but at first I have no idea that there is dropdown menu ... after that I decided to read manual :mrgreen: ... after that I usually always read manuals :lol:
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Post by way2good » 12 Aug 2003 10:17

When i played TT
-Year 1998 TTO demo 45 mins
-Year 2003 Spring found the demo and i was having classic games time so i found TTO and played abaut 10 days ( never played more than 1980 )
-Year 2003 Summer found TTD and i´ve had it abaut a month
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Post by MegaStationMan » 13 Aug 2003 08:35

I started playing in about 1994/5 when I got the demo off a cover disc with PCFormat or something.

Borrowed the game off a friend (on discs) and play it loads... managed to get a company to the max money by 1999 (in game) and was a bit upset when I suddenly had -£2.1bil :cry:

didnt find TTD till late 2002, after I bumped into the patch on the net.

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Post by troopper5 » 13 Aug 2003 15:12

First time... hmm...

It was 7/1994 when i played TTO first time, with my uncle's computer...

When i got my own computer, i forgot about TTO and played other games like Diablo 2 and so on... (I were so so young when i played so i just forgot about it). Just in one day after 7 years, i remembered a good game i played long time ago. I didn't even know what game it was, and my uncle had forgotten too (he hadn't played it all).
So i just searched cuz i remembered only Transport, from the name of the game. Maybe after 2 years, i found TTD (yippee!), and now i've played it for 2 years.

Of course, after few months Owen ( :?: ) told me about this page and i made account here and downloaded newest patch and so on... to this day.

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Post by lynsey » 13 Aug 2003 23:11

Must have been when it first came out, as it cost me £30, and that was a long way back! I played the demo and loved it to pieces.

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Post by Xeo » 14 Aug 2003 12:10

Somewhee in November 1997, I thought
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Post by Rose-Red » 18 Aug 2003 21:27

I started to play TTO 3 years ago and played untill now, because two days ago I started to play TTD. :D :lol:
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Post by Flavius » 20 Aug 2003 00:42

First played the demo off a coverdisk in 1994 i think :?
Next, purchased TTO (it was on floppies) and went nutso over it. It was interfeering in my job, life. Thats how smart i was then. :twisted:

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Post by HOVORKA » 29 Aug 2003 06:54

My first play TTO was in 1995. I must first change videocard. I played on 386SX/16 2Mb RAM
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Post by zpeidar » 19 Oct 2003 20:10

Hmm, I think it was on my dads 486, way back, before all the Windows 95 and all that stuff, so my guess is 1994. TT Original was one of my first non-C64 gaming experiences (maybe except for the SCUMM adventures by Lucasarts)
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Post by Bart » 20 Oct 2003 07:14

Well, it was after 1995, because my dad's P1 133 Mhz was already there. I've always played with the world editor on CDROM, and I also remember it to be quite new. Anyways, there was a demo of TTD included on the same CDROM, so as soon as I discovered that -> only the intro screen was enough to get me hooked on forever...
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Post by orudge » 20 Oct 2003 09:53

March 1999, or thereabouts.

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