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Last Updated: Sun, 15th Aug 2021 @ 09:08
Copyright: © 1992 Kingsoft GmbH (3 Titles)
Language: German English
Filesize: 262 KB
Rating: (0 Votes)
Last Played: A few days ago in Germany by reocfabo
Review 1: Yet another game I remember from my Amiga. A simple concept - you have to lead the little trains to their destination by setting the switches. But this soon gets hectic once there are more than one train - and the tracks get more complicated later on as well - don't let the trains crash! It's a great innovative Puzzle-Game this one - sure to have fun with it! You will want to use a slowdown app if you're playing this on a newer system. This might not apply to Pentium I or II users yet - I think I even remember this one to run fine on my P-III - but on an Athlon 1400 it's definitely too fast.
Review 2: Locomotion is a decent action/puzzle game with nice VGA graphics and adlib music. The game principle is not new and widely known but well executed. Navigate trains to their destination stations by switching the lines. Things get harder each level, when the railroad layouts get more complicated and more and more trains are coming out faster and faster. If two trains crash, they are lost. The game contains an editor for creating own levels, so replay value is high. Overall, a good variant of LucasFilms' earlier Pipe Dreams, and well worth a look by puzzle fans.
Effect: It allows you to manually control the trains.
When:During the game
How:Stop a train then press 'Insert' and then type 'driver' and a 'manual' option should appear on the train's controls.
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