Rail Route - a rail network simulation indie game

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    Rail Route is a rail network management and operations simulation game. You negotiate contracts, build railroads, set up routes for trains and control the traffic. Unlock features to your dispatcher interface, upgrade railway network elements and research new technologies that allow you to automate the operations!

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    Planned features:
    • rail network building
    • dynamic traffic contracts
    • research system
      • improve your dispatcher interface
      • research new rail network elements
      • upgrade existing elements
      • unlock automation of the tasks
    • multiple game modes
      • career mode
      • challenge mode
      • puzzle mode
    • in-game editor to create community based levels and scenarios

    Currently, we are in a prototyping phase and we will post updates about the progress of the game development. We would like to hear early feedback from the community so we will release playable prototypes regularly. Stay tuned!

    UPDATE1: 1st playable prototype: https://railroute.bitrich.info/2018/04/17/demo-r0-1-released/

    Follow us: @RailRouteGame
    Homepage: https://railroute.bitrich.info
     
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    We plan to release a playable preview in a week so until then, you can read our latest blog post about the routing of the trains :).
     
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