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  • #4083
    Jonathan078NL
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    #4093
    swissyntax
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    Nice find!

    My new favorite beside the Pre-alpha Trailer

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    #4095
    Azrael
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    I wouldn’t have packed the “Four Industry Chains” into the spot, because this seems suboptimal in comparison to other games of that genre, but otherwise its looking good.
    I found the “Dynamically Urban Simulated Environment” part funny, because a traffic jam was building up at the bridge ūüėÄ

    #4096
    swissyntax
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    Four Industry Chains is not a much but it illustrates that this is also a Transport Tycoon and not only a Train Simulator.

    #4099
    Jonathan078NL
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    I really hope they will double those industry chains. 4 is indeed too few!

    #4110
    GeoffersH
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    Very nice for a promotional look at what Trainfever has to offer. Agree though, a few more industries would have been nice, such as Clay Quarries and Brickworks, which go together or Limestone Quarries and Cement Works, both these are needed for building expansion, which is part of the structure of the game.

    #4136
    Jonathan078NL
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    I saw a german video like a week ago where some modders allready were experimenting with more industries, the mod was working allready in the beta. The industrie buildings were just duplicates from existing ones, but they managed to create some extra working industrie chains.

    Can’t remember exactly what kinda industries. Thought 1 of them was plastic production out of oil. Plastic could be used to produce household products etc. I think the modding community will expand this game alot. I also trust the devs will give long support. We’ll have to wait and see.

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