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- N.º artículo: AS13404
- Fabricante: Aerosoft
- Desarrollador: TML-Studios
- Idioma: Deutsch/English
- EAN: 4015918134040
This Bundle contains the first ever subway line of the world going from New York beneath the Hudson-River to Newark and the longest subway line in Berlin. Coming with excellent graphics these simulators also puts a lot of emphasis on original physics of the train and wagons.
NOTE: This package does not contain the Steam version, but the Aerosoft version (standalone installer).
World of Subways Vol. 1:
The label "World of Subways" will feature some of the most interesting Subway Routes of the world for the PC. Vol.1 kicks off with the oldest underground route, the route between New Jersey and New York City known as the Path Route.
The New York Path Route, approx 50 kilometers long, connects the states of New Jersey and New York . More than 40 % of the route is above ground.
World of Subways Vol. 2:
The U-7 line is a so called wide gauge line, carrying only wide gauge trains. The main difference to the narrow gauge line trains such as the U1, U2, U15, U3 and U4 line trains lies in the measurements of the carriages and the power supply.
With a coverage of 31.8 km (19,8 miles) and 40 stations the U7 is not only the longest of all Berlin subway lines but also the line with the most stations and the longest journey time. Built from 1924 to 1984 this large profile line runs completely underground, through a total of 5 districts of the German capital and even goes underneath the rivers Spree and Havel as well as the Teltow and the Westhafen canal.
- Microsoft Windwos XP/Vista (32/64 bit)
- Pentium IV Processer: 3,0 Ghz (Core 2 Duo remommended)
- 2 GB RAM
- Graphics Card: 128 MB minimum GeForce 66xx or equal ATI - (256 MB recommended)
NOTE: To start the download version of World of Subways an online registration is neccessary. The PC running World of Subways requires an active internet connection.