Transports Download Free

Publication: 2018
Developer: Jens P Behrens

Operating system: 7, 8, 10 (64bit)
Processor: Dual core CPU: 3GHz
Graphic: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 2GB
Memory: 8GB
Storage: 1300MB
Steam Ratings: Mixed (68) 64% of the 68 user reviews for this game are positive.
Execution: Version 1.1 | Early Access

transports – It is a game related to indie style, simulation and strategy. It’s currently in Early Access, but it’s fun to play as the game is almost in its final stages.

You have to become a transport tycoon and be in charge of transport in multiple cities. We all live in cities that cannot exist without transportation and logistics because each city requires different types of resources and workers. That’s what the player has to do – transport all kinds of goods and move people from residential areas to industrial buildings.

The game features extensive procedurally generated maps where you must watch the city develop and meet its needs by creating land and air transport, both for cargo and for the public. Because when communication between important institutions is disrupted, entire cities are endangered. Track competitors progress, improve your business and modernize transportation, provide better transportation services than your competitors to get special offers from industrial companies.

Choose a development strategy and fight against your competitors. The player has the opportunity to achieve his goals in various ways, from sabotaging and ransoming competitors to signing agreements. All this awaits you in the game Transports!

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Size: 197MB. Execution: Version 1.1 | Early Access

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