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The Moselle valley is one of the most beautiful and romantic landscapes in Germany. It is also one of Europe`s most charming river valleys, giving the Moselle a river bed that is characterised by its gentle climate and its beautiful vineyards.
The add-on "Koeblitzer Mountain Route" is a continued development of the freeware route Altenburg-Wildau by the Dutch developer Siegfried Derks, aka SAD. Geographically it is situated somewhere in the region of Trier, Germany. It has taken the developer two years to build this imaginary route which gives the impression to be a real-life scenery in the middle of Germany.
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More than 150 years after its opening the "Anhalt Railway" presents itself as a modern traffic carrier with travelling speeds up to 200 km/h. Despite all modernity, traces of the past are obvious left and right of the tracks such as signal boxes, station buildings, old locomotive depots. We tried to capture this atmosphere in the add-on Berlin-Wittenberg.
Discover the approx. 195 km of electrified main line from Berlin Hauptbahnhof (main station) to Leipzig Hauptbahnhof. We have also included the branch to the new airport of Berlin-Brandenburg. Sadly this airport has not been opened yet in the real world. Adding to that is a stretch of 18 km of the Berlin S-Bahn including original AI trains and rolling stock as well as parts of the Leipzig Tram network, again with original AI trains and rolling stock.
Toxtronyx have now realised their game "Bridge2!" on the powerful Unity engine. Very realistic visuals and lots of new features as well as the possibility to create one`s own levels helped create a completely new game.
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The Fernbus Coach Simulator is the first simulation of the now very popular intercity buses. Thanks to the cooperation with FlixBus the Fernbus Coach simulator shows the world of a large coaches` driver on the German Autobahn and major roads in great detail.
Our route starts at the main station in Freiburg im Breisgau and goes up to Basel Badischer Bahnhof. As part of the Rhine valley route this railway route is one of the most important North-south links in the European railway network. Today it’s one of the most frequented railway routes in Germany.