Welcome to the unofficial guide to "Sid Meier's Railroads!". This guide consists of two main chapters. Both of them are equally important. I'd strongly recommend that you familiarize yourself with them. Some of my hints may seem to be quite obvious, especially for the experienced players. "Sid Meier's Railroads" is not a complicated product. This is a very relaxing strategy game, however you will have to remember about several important things in order to succeed. You will have to be using the demand and supply windows. Managing your funds is also very important. My guide should provide a much needed help for those players who are less experienced with these kinds of games. If you haven't played any of the "Railroad Tycoon" games before, then I'm sure that you will find most sections of my guide to be quite helpful. The first chapter of the guide contains a walkthrough of the singleplayer scenarios. There are some challenging goals for you to achieve there. You will have to fulfill these requests in order to win the entire scenario. You should also know that you won't have to stick close to presented tactics. You will be able to do many things on your own. I've tried to help you out with the most important tasks. I'd also recommend that you take a closer look at the second part of my game guide, especially if you're new to these kinds of games. You will learn much about some basic things. They will be necessary to expand your railroad empire properly. Most of these actions have been described in the tutorial section of the game, however it would be best to learn some of these tricks on your own. I've also said a lot about more challenging actions - fighting the competition or taking part in different kids of auctions. Bear in mind, though, that you won't have to remember about all of these things right from the start. Have fun! I hope that my guide will be useful to you.
About Sid Meier's Railroads! Game Guide
Author : Jacek "Stranger" Halas for gamepressure.com
last update : May 5, 2016
Guide contains : 15 pages, 67 images.
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