“Assuming your processor is 2.5 ghz or higher and your graphics card is a HD Radeon 4850 or higher you should be fine”
No. This is not enough for CIM2. That games requires a bit more to run as intended.
If TrainFever would be similar in demands, which I guess since it relies on dynamic city growth and stuff like that I bet CPU power would be pretty important in addition to trains and buses running all over the place.
An old Core2 Quad or Phenom II X4 at minimum.
Nothing less than AMD 6000-series or GTX 660
I use a MacBook Pro. These things have Intel Integrated Graphics but are also equipped with a Core i5 processor. I’ve played Cities in Motion 2 on it with the settings toned down a bit, do you think it’ll run Train Fever?
I have gotten the game to run (albeit not too well) on my Asus Transformer Book T100 Windows 8/10 Tablet with an Intel Atom Z3740 Cpu at 1.33GHZ, an Intel HD Graphics 4000 Gpu and 2GB of ram at minimum settings at 1366 x 768.