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Information
Video Game
Name
Railroad Tycoon II
Nickname
North American Windows (ESRB: K-A) edition
Alternate Names
Release Date
1998-00-00
Release Publisher
Platform
Release Developer
Media
CD-ROM
Video Game Rating
Languages
English
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From the back of the Box:

It can take you from New York to South Africa. It ccan take you from the year of 1804 to the year 2000. It can take you from penniless manual laborer to powerful multimillionaire. It can take you from a normal, well-adjusted, well-rounded person to an obsessed, single-minded, one-track trainhead.

If you want to hop on a plane, car or ship, hop on another game. This is a real railroad game, not just a strategy game that happens to involve railroads. Everything is authenic, from the period video and pictures interlaced within the game to the design and interface. A.I. opponents are based on real people. And all maps are real (based on satellite photography from the U.S. Geological Survey and other sources).

Don't get left at the station.

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