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    The TFever v1 is now on sale on Steam for US$9.99
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    I finally got round to buying this, after watching a few YT clips. Downloading now so will have a look tomorrow. Mostly good reviews on Steam so I decided to go for it...
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    Good game Vern, when the mods start flooding in. They will add some extra variety.

    https://transportfever2mods.com/

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    Yes I saw on YT there is a Class 37, not sure if default content or a mod. Someone should tell DTG that's what they sound like, too (TSW).

    I wonder if this uses the same game engine as Cities Skylines as the road etc. laying mechanic looks quite similar.
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    Class 37 & 47 Steam workshop mods Vern.

    DTG, N3V don't waste your breath buddy.

    Not sure in regards the game engine, plus i have never played Cities Skylines sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haverfordwest View Post
    Good game Vern, when the mods start flooding in. ......
    Thanks for the link, Mike.
    Looks like a very worthwhile site.
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    You are very welcome Bruce.

    Not that much on there yet, but if TT 1 is anything to go by.

    There will be in the coming months, hopefully.

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    I found the 37 and 47 on Steam Workshop, plus the Mark One coaches.

    At present just running through the tutorial linking Reno and Carson City etc. - very good.

    Will have a closer look at the Workshop for UK maps, maybe see if there is anything for Scotland (or Wales!).
    Vern.

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