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Train Simulator 2013

Train Simulator 2013 on PC

- Retro design gamepad, Nintendo original pushing button, same touch and same feeling; Classic cross button and four shoulder-button design; And even the most critical characteristics

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Train Simulator 2013 gets 4 out of 5 based on 11 ratings

Train Simulator 2013

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List Price: £32.98

Price Range: £26.09 - £32.98

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- Retro design gamepad, Nintendo original pushing button, same touch and same feeling; Classic cross button and four shoulder-button design; And even the most critical characteristics like the D-PAD, to make sure it feels exactly like you remember it. - Two Joystick, Two shoulder button design, Support both Bluetooth, wired USB connection; Programmable keys to easily setup combo key and turbo key and touch screen simulation. - Compatible with Android, Windows devices, Mac OSX and Switch unit; Simulator that used by Windows system is Retroarch. - Upgradable firmware for function expansion(Please upgrade to 4.0 to support Switch.); Built-in 480mAh Li-on battery supports up to 20 hours of gaming. - Compatible with Android, TV Box, Windows PC, Apple iPhone and iPad, Mac OS - No need to jailbreak or root! (Note: Apple, Mac of iOS system works in 'i-Cade' mode ONLY! with limited game support!).

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  • - Retro design gamepad, original pushing button, classic cross button and 4 shoulder button design - Same Touch, Same Feeling. - Compatible with Android, Windows devices, iOS and Mac OSX. No need to jailbreak to support Apple iPhone iOS in i-Cade mode (with limited games!) and also supports iOS/Android devices which have a jailbreak/rooted. - Upgradable firmware for function expansion to support Nintendo Switch, Wii U, Raspberry Pi and more. Programmable keys to easily setup combo key and turbo key; Dual-mode support: Bluetooth keyboard and touch screen simulation. - Support both Bluetooth and USB connection. Easily pair your controller as an X-input or D-input device via Bluetooth. Built-in 480mAh li-on battery. Battery life supports up to 20 hours of gaming. - Note: Controller is NOT Mfi enabled and does NOT support steam games on PC. ....from Amazon.co.uk
  • - Retro design gamepad, Nintendo original pushing button, same touch and same feeling; Classic cross button and four shoulder-button design; And even the most critical characteristics like the D-PAD, to make sure it feels exactly like you remember it. - Two Joystick, Two shoulder button design, Support both Bluetooth, wired USB connection; Programmable keys to easily setup combo key and turbo key and touch screen simulation. - Compatible with Android, Windows devices, Mac OSX and Switch unit; Simulator that used by Windows system is Retroarch. - Upgradable firmware for function expansion(Please upgrade to 4.0 to support Switch.); Built-in 480mAh Li-on battery supports up to 20 hours of gaming. - Compatible with Android, TV Box, Windows PC, Apple iPhone and iPad, Mac OS - No need to jailbreak or root! (Note: Apple, Mac of iOS system works in 'i-Cade' mode ONLY! with limited game support!). ....from Amazon.co.uk
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    4 Star Rating Good SIM, but have to register to buy add ...
    By: john brett, on October 17, 2017
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    "Good SIM,but have to register to buy add ons.



    5 Star Rating Tricky to find correct mode for each device - basically ...
    By: Alexander Lomizov, on April 12, 2017
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    4 Star Rating This remote is the best easy to setup works well with the games like ...
    By: Amazon Customer, on December 21, 2016
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    3 Star Rating my grandson likes the game and thinks it is good despite the adverts and it crashing quite
    By: carol, on November 26, 2014
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    "i purchased this item for my 7 years old grandson , i oredered Train Simulator 2014 when it arrived it was packaged as Train simulator 2014 and the dvd itself showed it to be Train simulator 2014 however it loads and plays as Train simulator 2015 , the dvd when launching seems to take a while to start the game and goes throw a number of advertising pictures showing new trains available and i cant seem to be able to bypass the adverts which is frustrating especially for a child , also it has a...



    4 Star Rating Great Simulator for Rail Enthusiats!
    By: Dedonno Jason Enzo, on November 22, 2013
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    "After all the changes to the EULA for the TS2013 version of this game, I believed this game would take a dive. Instead, its popularity seems to have increased, and the DLC available for it has increased in both quantity and quality. Which is good news. TS2013 saw some excellent DLC routes available, like the Woodhead Route, the Marias Pass and new Western Lines of Scotland route (Port Road). There are also some excellent locomotives and rolling stock available, such as the Baldwin Centipede,...



    5 Star Rating Clagtastic....if it had the effect.
    By: Ian, on July 13, 2013
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    "For those who love the Railways and are unable to be a driver, This sim is the next best thing.. NOTE: You will require an top end Gaming PC to get the best out of the Graphics this software as but I will work on almost any PC that as a deadicated Graphics Card.



    4 Star Rating Great software
    By: Mr. Gordon Mclaren, on March 2, 2013
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    "Great software with downloadable add-ons. Only down-side is it connects to Steam website on opening, so if you are not in WiFi area, appears you won't be able to play. There may be a work-around, but I haven't found it.



    4 Star Rating Well worth a try
    By: John A. Stedman, on November 21, 2011
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    "I'm not a great fan of train simulators. In fact I'm not a great fan of simulators full stop, with the exception of Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 and X. But my curiousity was aroused after the recent release of Railworks 3, or Microsoft Train Simulator 2012 (which are now one and the same thing) as the improvements in realism and graphics has been ten fold over previous versions.

    I accidentally left this off my Christmas list, so when I saw it on offer my curiousity got the better...



    3 Star Rating Railworks Re-worked
    By: Northern Warrior "Northern Warrior", on November 7, 2010
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    "This is actually a makeover of the previous Railworks edition and not a new game. Very important to note if you already have Railworks you do *not* need to buy this version. You will automatically be upgraded to Railworks 2 via your Steam account.

    What's new? Not a huge amount and there's a bit of debate on the train simming forums whether this warrants a "2" in the title. More like RW 1.3. The menu system in the game has undergone an overhaul and it is possible to select your drive...



    3 Star Rating Mixed emotions.
    By: K. Hardy, on March 14, 2009
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    "For the final "BATS" pack this one was probably the poorest of them all. Originally designed only to be a loco pack the team at BluearrowTS decided it would be worthwhile to build a route for this add on, so that people could drive the new stock on it. Sadly the route is a very poor loader and not very exciting, although it is fictional, a better route could have been produced. The stock included is a mixed bag too, locos such as the Princess, Duchess & Jinty are fantastic models, showing MSTS...



    4 Star Rating Worth the long wait
    By: C. J. Maley, on September 25, 2007
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    "At last the West Coast Express is here! With one or two reservations I do feel it has been worth the long wait. The first is that I had expected the maximum line speed to be 125mph but it seems to have been done under the old 110mph limit of the previous class 87's and 90's. This would have been OK but the first scenario involves a Pendolino from Euston to Birmingham and this allows 9 minutes for the 17.5 miles to Watford Junction. Even allowing for 125 mph running over most of that run it...




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