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Train Signalling Simulation

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A railway signalling simulation game

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Description

"Train Signalling Simulation" (TS2) is a railway simulation game where you have to dispatch trains across an area and keep them on schedule.

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Features

  • Real-time simulation of a train signalling control centre
  • Multi-platform (MS Windows, MAC OS X, Linux and other UNIX variants)
  • Simulations are file based and can be edited by users within the editor included in the software
  • Everything can be changed through the editor, including scenery layout, allowed routes, timetables and train characteristics (speed, acceleration, braking, length, ...)
  • Simulation scenes have no limitation in size or arrangement

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    Kind of funny, like a clone of SimSig Drain. But are the trains running CBTC? Seems like there aren't actually track circuits...

    Posted 05/24/2012
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Additional Project Details

Languages

French, English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Qt

Programming Language

Python

Registered

2008-08-27

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