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Microsoft Train Simulator: A Review

Microsoft Train Simulator (MSTS) is a 2001 train simulator game developed by UK-based Kuju Entertainment and published by Microsoft Games for Microsoft Windows. It was released on June 18, 2001.

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MSTS allows players to operate a selection of trains on various routes within Europe, Asia, and North America. Gameplay features include the ability to couple wagons, start and stop them, as well as operate trains using mouse and keyboard or hardware accessories (e.g. Raildriver) as controls.


The game features six routes in four countries: Austria, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America. Four of the routes use a standard gauge ( 1,435 millimetres (4 ft 812 in)) and two a 1,067 millimetres (3 ft 6.0 in) Gauge.

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Featured operators

Featured trains

Terminal stations


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Hisatsu Line

JR Kyushu

KiHa 31, KiHa 140

Yatsushiro to Yoshimatsu via Hitoyoshi



Innsbruck - St. Anton


Gölsdorf 380, Gölsdorf 310

Innsbruck to St. Anton via Imst - Pitztal



Marias Pass


Dash 9, GP38-2, SD40-2

Shelby to Whitefish, including Kalispell branchline



Northeast Corridor


Acela Express, Acela HHP-8, P32AC-DM, E60

Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. via Baltimore



Settle & Carlisle Line LNER, LMS, GWR Flying Scotsman, Royal Scot, Pendennis Castle Settle to Carlisle via Appleby 1,435mm 1920s

Tokyo - Hakone Odakyu Electric Railway Odakyu 2000 series, Odakyu 7000 series LSE, Odakyu 30000 series EXE Shinjuku to Hakone-Yumoto via Ebina and Odawara 1,067mm 2000-2001

Sales and Reception MSTS sold 191,952 units in the United States by the end of 2001, which drew revenues of $8.7 million. These numbers rose to 330,000 copies ($11.6 million) in the United States by August 2006. This led Edge to rank it as the country's 54th-best-selling computer game released in the 21st century in 2006. Internationally, MSTS received a "Silver" sales award from the Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association (ELSPA), indicating sales of at least 100,000 copies in the United Kingdom. In the German market, the Verband der Unterhaltungssoftware Deutschland (VUD) presented it with a "Gold" certification in early 2003, for sales of at least 100,000 units across Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. MSTS sold one million units by 2005, and, despite its age, is still very popular and has a large, active community.

Conclusion MSTS is a classic train simulator game that offers a realistic and immersive experience of operating trains on various routes around the world. It has a loyal fan base that continues to create and share new content and modifications for the game. MSTS is a must-have for any train enthusiast or simulator fan.


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