Daily Deal: Trainz, A New Era Platinum Edition Bundle

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Trainz: A New Era is the newest version of the popular Trainz series, and takes the train simulation genre to brand new heights! Historic and modern routes, and famous locomotives come to life with an incredible graphics engine. Build your own railway masterpieces, and enjoy hundreds of hours of single and multiplayer gameplay. Plus, with this Platinum Edition bundle, you'll get 16 additional routes, three bonus trainsets, and a host of other new content. It's on sale for only $20 for a limited time.

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    Anonymous Coward, 2 Dec 2018 @ 9:45pm

    Don't be fooled by the name, this is a 3 year old program, and there's allegedly a newer, much improved version being released "shortly". This offer IS about half off what the current "price" of the program is from the developer, YMMV...

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