STEAM TRAINS! HOW TO TUESDAY! TRAIN SIMULATOR 2012 ~ TUTORIAL & COMMENTARY

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STEAM TRAINS! HOW TO TUESDAY! TRAIN SIMULATOR 2012 ~ TUTORIAL & COMMENTARY

STEAM TRAINS! HOW TO TUESDAY! TRAIN SIMULATOR 2012 ~ TUTORIAL & COMMENTARY

Railworks 3 is a train simulation game developed by RailSimulator.com. It is a successor to RailWorks and was released on 23 September 2011.
Railworks 3 was released on Steam on 23 September 2011. Owners of the original RailWorks were automatically upgraded by the Steam platform. There are two versions of the game, Train Simulator 2012 and Train Simulator 2012 Deluxe Edition, which included the Horseshoe Curve expansion pack for free, but can be purchased on Steam as separate downloadable content. – Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RailWorks_3)

RailWorks 3 comes with a variety of improvements over the previous RailWorks, mainly due to the new TSX Core; a new core for the game with improved lighting, multicore functionality, and improved graphics processing. The effects apply to any item, whether designed for RailWorks 3 or not, though much of the stock for RailWorks is slowly being upgraded for Railworks 3. As of late March 2012, the Glasgow Airport Rail Link, Edinburgh to Glasgow, North East Corridor, Portland Terminal (from G-Trax), and Horseshoe Curve Have been Done.The Pennsylvania GP7 and F7 locomotives were the first DLC to be configured for TSX from release.
Extended draw distances so you can see distant mountains
Weather effects on windows
New sky effects
Shadows
Water reflections
Super elevation (camber) of track
Nvidia FXAA support

Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RailWorks_3)

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