• Announcing Japanese Rail Sim 3D Travel of Steam

    Japanese Rail Sim 3D Travel of Steam

    About "Japanese Rail Sim 3D" Series

    Simple, realistic railway driving!

    "Japanese Rail Sim 3D "series is a game where you drive a train following instructions on speed limits, what time and where to stop at a station.

    Let's drive a Steam locomotive!

    Operate the throttle valve and brake with a simple touch, and experience how it feels to operate a real Steam Locomotive.

    Control the "throttle valve" to accelerate, and use the notchless brake to stop at the stopping position!

    The SL uses steam to run, so control of steam is essential.

    Japanese Rail Sim 3D Travel of Steam Japanese Rail Sim 3D Travel of Steam

    Follow signals and speed limits to earn high scores from all stations!

    Listen to the exciting SL sounds and proceed through the serene scenery!

    Library which attracts the interest!

    Japanese Rail Sim 3D's fascinating library of route information offers bits of knowledge and guidance about attractions around the stations.

    Learn More Here

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      engineerbj -
      Darn, wish they'd make a PC port of this, I'd buy it.
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