Today is a sad day for the whole Simutrans community. Today we’ve known that an important member is not already among us. With great dismay, we received news that our buddy Dirk Burkholz, just turned 26 years old, died suddenly some days ago. His heart just stopped beating.
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On the other hand, if you’re willing to mantain a version for Simutrans standard, please contact with Frank and the rest of pakset mantainers to get the sources.
More details at International Simutrans Forum.
Here we are again with the May’s edition of SMSC. The subject of this month is downtowns (skyscrapers, high buildings, old town squares, etc….)
Everybody can participate, with only one screenshot of 800 x 600 pixels, in jpg or png formats. You can use any pakset, and the deadline is May 15th. The voting begins on May 16th.
The prize will be a mention of your nickname in the Simutrans Hall of Fame, praises from the whole community and one post including your picture at blog and simutrans.com.
This release includes changes in prices and running costs, as well as some new buses and bus stops, besides many other corrections (alignments, old objects removed, etc..)
You can download it here.
Due to some some technical problems with the old homepage, Sojo, the pak96.comic manager, has announced that the new pak96.comic website has moved to 96comic.simutrans.com and now it’s also available in english.
The german site will be out of service by now.
Simutrans is again present at the traditional media. This time is a german magazine called Amiga Future, where you can find a deep review of Simutrans and its nemesis, OTTD: