Transport GiantDeveloper:Studio Ebensee Genre:Simulation Release Date: Download Games Free Now!
About The Game
This is the year 1850. It's an age of radical change and new departures. The era of mass production and mass transportation has just begun. The resourceful entrepreneur has plenty of opportunities. It's a time to build empires with just a little capital and a clever business idea. New manufacturing plants are springing up everywhere. The world craves goods of every kind. Towns are growing at a breathtaking rate. But how to get the goods to the customers? How can workers get to the plants? Who will haul the vast amounts of raw materials? You'll need all your know-how and your skills to survive two centuries of changing economic tides and changing demands. For a start, steam locomotives might do, but later on you'll have to replace them with monorails or even superconductor trains.
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Transport Giant Gold (PC) FAQ by Paul Dee Q. How to unlock the missions? A. Change the last two lines of the GameStatus.xls file in the config directory to: <Missions Mission_Set_1="13" /> <Missions Mission_Set_2="7" /> Q. How to turn on the grid lines? A. Ctl + F9 for small grid, Ctl + F9 again for large grid, Ctl + F9 again to turn off Q. How to start another route? A. Press Enter while placing the station Q. How to change the train signal release distance? A. Edit the TGConfig.Gen file in notepad and change the SafetyDistanceBetweenTrains parameter from 4 to 1 Q. How to cheat? A. Cheat Code Result Ctrl+Shift+G +$1,000,000 Ctrl+Shift+Y Advance one year Ctrl+Alt+W Win current scenario Q. How to make the signals work on a shared line to a single station with a switch? A. The signal system works in Transport Giant, however there is an issue when the train in the station has proceeded to the end of the station, finished unloading and turns around (...and reloads as required), that causes the signals to release a waiting inbound train in to the switch in front of a station resulting in a deadlock. This can also occur if a shorter train enters a station as it has to proceed to the far end to unload and turn around before leaving but the safety distance between trains value in the config file causes the signal to release the waiting inbound train in to the switch before the train in the station has stopped at the end of the platform and turns around. It is that time that the train reaches the end of the platform, unloads and then turns around that causes the signals to release the inbound waiting train and results in the deadlock in the switch as the station signal is blocking the train from entering the now reoccupied station. A train that turns around in a station causes the signals to release and any waiting train can then proceed in to the switch. Removing the signals from the station with the delete track trick only causes the trains to crash in the switch and is not a viable work around. The best method is to build a loop around the back of the station so that the train does not have to turn around in the station, however this is not always possible depending on space limitations. There are other methods discussed in forums that include bypass tracks for the outgoing traffic, however the purpose is to delay the inbound traffic entering the station switch by including a longer lead in track and a largely spaced blocking signal distance to delay the train's approach long enough for the unloaded train to reach the end of the platform, unload and turn around (...and reload as required), such as: Signal deadlocks at stations - Method 1: _B____->____b__________b__________b__________B__B____ <-> Industry LLLLLLLLLLLLLB/B_____________________b__________b____<-____B/B____ <-> City HHH Signal deadlocks at stations - Method 2: _B____->____b__________b_____________________B_ LLLLLLLLLLLLLB/B_____________________b__________b____<-____BBLLLLLLLLLLLLL HHH HHH Select the upper (or if lower preferred) line as the return bypass line for BOTH routes. Legend: L Station (H for hotel) B Signal Main b Signal Blocking Switch Right / Switch Left <- Direction of Traffic -> Direction of Traffic <-> Direction Both _ Track Q. What are the sources for information in this FAQ? A. http://forum.jowood.com/showthread.php?t=109014 Q. How to get further information about this FAQ? A. Contact the author: email@example.com Drafted: 20110218