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Simutrans Experimental 9.12 released

Today James released version 9.12 of Simutrans Experimental. This is predominantly a bug-fix release, which fixes a number of issues identified in the previous version, and incorporates some GUI fixes from Standard, but also adds one new feature: a better handling of gradients.

The development versions of standard Simutrans can be found at the nightly page.

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New releases of pak64.japan and Pak128.Britain-Ex

Good news for all pakset lovers, we have new releases of old well known paksets.

The Simutrans experimental development team has released a new version of the pak128.Brittain-Ex. The v0.7 seems to be a testing and evaluation version, but it should balance better with Simutrans-Experimental than the standard Pak128.Britain. The dev team has done a great deal of work on balancing this pakset since version 0.6, so it should work considerably better. As a side note, it doesn’t support all Simutrans-Experimental features yet.

You can download it here. More details at International Simutrans Forum.

pak64.japanOn the other hand, the pak64.japan is back after major overhaul. The content is under a mixture of licenses so it won’t be hosted at Sourceforge, but the binaries and the source are available here. Besides, the texts are available for translation at Simutranslator.

More details at International Simutrans Forum.

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Simutrans available for AmigaOS 4

It’s a non official release but Simutrans, using SDL, seems to compile very easily with the AmigaOS 4 SDK, so thanks to thematic’s effort, now Simutrans 102.2.x is available for AmigaOS 4.

You can dowload the binaries of Simutrans at and there’s also a Simutrans Experimental v7.3 version available for downloading here. More details at Simutrans International Forum.

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Simutrans experimental now at the Wikipedia.

wikipediaI’m proud to announce that Simutrans experimental, the young fork of Simutrans, now has its own space at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Right know there’s only a short text talking about the new features, but we expect it will grow adding more information about the project. I’m sure it will turn into a good showcase for this burgeoning fork.

Feel free to add new content to the article, or rewrite any of the texts…


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