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What's the best way to cause a train wreck in Microsoft Train Simulator?

Asked by HungryGuy (16044points) December 12th, 2009

What’s the best way to cause a train wreck in Microsoft Train Simulator?

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proXXi's avatar

Use Amtrak’s name and livery on the train.


Install the Gomez Addams pack.

Mamradpivo's avatar

I didn’t know that there was a MS Train Simulator, but I’m totally going to go check it out.

However, if you’re trying for a train wreck, I recommend getting high on cocaine and grooving to the Grateful Dead while driving.

Fred931's avatar

It’s been awhile since I have played this, so here goes:

Start a fast, long, heavy train at the top of the orient express route. Send it on down and decide where you want it to wreck. Exit the mainline where there is a buffer right before a big hill and your train and all the cars will go flying. Record the crash and post a link to the video when you’re done!

CyanoticWasp's avatar

Run it strictly according to the instructions. Make liberal use of the “Help” screens. You’re bound to crash catastrophically.

HungryGuy's avatar

@CyanoticWasp – Really? I’ve never had a problem with the program itself crashing.

CyanoticWasp's avatar

@HungryGuy, you mean this isn’t a joke Q? I’ve never even heard of MSTS. I just figured we were doing a riff on how MS software crashes—from following the instructions (or not being able to comprehend them).

HungryGuy's avatar

@CyanoticWasp – No. This isn’t a joke Q! There really is a program called Microsoft Train Simulator. Google it! (The model railroading hobby is a pretty big market, actually)

But you’re right…the typical MS docs suck – get the Sybex “Official Guide”.

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