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Get the Railway Empire Complete Collection in this new bundle

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Love your building, economic and tycoon sims? Check out the new Railway Empire Complete Collection Bundle. This is a Native Linux game that also has a Playable rating for the Steam Deck.

Here's what you can get in it:

  • Railway Empire
  • Great Britain and Ireland DLC
  • France DLC
  • Down Under DLC
  • Mexico DLC
  • The Great Lakes DLC
  • Crossing the Andes DLC
  • Northern Europe DLC
  • Germany DLC
  • Japan DLC
  • Disciples Liberation 40% off coupon

Hop over to Humble Bundle if interested.

As a reminder Humble also has these bundles going:

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5 comments

starfarer 21 Jul
Hmm. Every time I read something about these kinds of games I think to myself: how does this hold up against OpenTTD? Because honestly I didn't have as much fun with any new kind of tycoon game as with OpenTTD. Can anyone chime in?
jo3fis 21 Jul
Quoting: starfarerHmm. Every time I read something about these kinds of games I think to myself: how does this hold up against OpenTTD? Because honestly I didn't have as much fun with any new kind of tycoon game as with OpenTTD. Can anyone chime in?

OpenTTD is good. Every time I see a game like this I immediately compare it to Transport Tycoon and usually decide it probably doesn't have the same kind of depth haha.

Probably a little unfair.
Anza 21 Jul
Quoting: starfarerHmm. Every time I read something about these kinds of games I think to myself: how does this hold up against OpenTTD? Because honestly I didn't have as much fun with any new kind of tycoon game as with OpenTTD. Can anyone chime in?

Compared to OpenTTD, Railway Empire is more focused on the story. There's a campaign that has multiple targets to meet. There's also other things like technology tree and stock market to keep you occupied.

So while there are some similarities, they are totally different games.
starfarer 22 Jul
Quoting: Anza
Quoting: starfarerHmm. Every time I read something about these kinds of games I think to myself: how does this hold up against OpenTTD? Because honestly I didn't have as much fun with any new kind of tycoon game as with OpenTTD. Can anyone chime in?

Compared to OpenTTD, Railway Empire is more focused on the story. There's a campaign that has multiple targets to meet. There's also other things like technology tree and stock market to keep you occupied.

So while there are some similarities, they are totally different games.

Hmm, glad to hear it. So it might be worth it getting it after all, thanks!
Quoting: starfarerHmm. Every time I read something about these kinds of games I think to myself: how does this hold up against OpenTTD? Because honestly I didn't have as much fun with any new kind of tycoon game as with OpenTTD. Can anyone chime in?

If you look into a succesor to OpenTTD you are maybe interested in VoxelTycoon. I have not bought it yet, but it's been clocly watched ;)


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