Moreover, Simutrans was also included in the list of Open Source games that may enjoy your kids during the holidays.
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The International Simutrans Forum, that works with SMF, has been upgraded to version 2.0 with a new look and features. Check it out at forum.simutrans.com.
Many thanks to prissi for compiling a release of pak128.Britain 1.09 to go with the new simutrans executable 111. As this is the first release in a year, there are quite a few fixes/changes from 1.08, too many for me to remember but I will try to summarise below:
– many more snow images
– basic narrow gauge
– more ships and trains
– more citybuildings and attractions
– some player colour stations
– player barriers
Sojo, from the german crew, has created an unofficial Twitter account where you can read the latest news from the Simutrans world including new addons, maps, challenges, etc…
Join the convoy at simutrans_de
Today a mere 7 maps were added to the Simutrans Maps website.
Six of them were made by uci with the use of ETOPO data. The maps depict Europe, Japan, the Strait of Gibraltar, the Grand Canyon and Mount Fuji.
Further on Statto has made stunning map of the Zurich area, with lakes, rivers and mountains.
A new version of Simutrans-Experimental is available today: Simutrans 110.0.1 Experimental 9.5. This version is a bugfix release, containing fixes for a number of reported problems, and includes all the latest fixes and enhancements from Standard
The issue of interfacing between Windows and Linux clients and servers in online play has not been addressed specifically in this version, but it is hoped to rectify this in a future version.