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Offline Manche

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Re: Introduce yourself to the community
« Reply #350 on: July 21, 2019, 05:52:19 PM »
Hello, there.

I know it's too late, but I introduce myself here.

I am 'Manche', and I am Japanese.

I played simutrans for over 10 years, from about 2004. (Sorry, I don't have enough conviction for when I started to play from.)
And I am born at 1994. Over half of my life is Simutrans.

I started to create my add on from 2013.
Almost of them is 'fictional railways add-on' or 'cover of official pakset'.
For example, nature gas factory chain (because official pakset contains gas tank as a station building), electric parts factory chain (because official add-on held a same that),
And Long trailer add-on (because official pakset contains a trailer, but cannot couple multiple trailers. But road train couples multiple trailers.).

Another example is 'Seikai Electric Railway Series / 青海電車シリーズ'. this is the biggest Fictional Railway add-on set in Japan Community.
Seikai Electric Railway Series is freelance train add-on set, based on Japan traditional railway and commonplace railway.

Mainly I always appearance for Japanese community,
but sometimes I will appearance for this forum.

Thank you for every Simutrans player.
And I am keep moving forward, for evolution.

Offline DrakenJ35

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Re: Introduce yourself to the community
« Reply #351 on: April 29, 2020, 05:11:48 PM »
Hello everyone!

I'm Draken, from Russia, and I've recently started playing Simutrans because of a chain of events that began in me playing with toy soldiers as a kid. No, really.
The chain went like this: playing with soldiers - learning about military history - becoming a big buff in planes, tanks, guns etc - researching why countries X and Y won wars while Z and W lost - learning it was mainly because of their industrial failures and insufficiences - researching military industry - researching industry in general - researching infrastructure and logistics - discovering Simutrans.
And that's pretty much it!

See you on the forums and have a nice day.

Offline Vladki

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Re: Introduce yourself to the community
« Reply #352 on: April 29, 2020, 06:11:59 PM »
Interesting chain. It may be interesting to compare how important was logistics in military success.

Offline Roboron

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Re: Introduce yourself to the community
« Reply #353 on: May 11, 2020, 12:45:26 PM »
There are some military games that introduces logistics as an important element of the gameplay. Hearts of Iron come to my mind, where managing the supply chain and infraestructure is vital for deploying trops, specially in low-developed areas.

Offline Freahk

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Re: Introduce yourself to the community
« Reply #354 on: May 11, 2020, 02:18:18 PM »
Well German "Autobahn" (motorway) was one of the main reasons for the fast early success of the megalomaniac dictator in WW2.
Further, beside of megalomaniac and inhuman programmes in that time, more than 7000 DR class 52 were built in only 8 years for a good reason. Logistics was simply essential for the war industry and some even worse inhuman programes. Many further classes were also built in that time, although in a much smaller number.

Offline TheAmir259

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Re: Introduce yourself to the community
« Reply #355 on: July 23, 2020, 03:37:33 PM »
Not sure whether i wanted to do this or not, but alas, here i am, so here i go

Hello everyone, I am Amir, and i'm quite new to Simutrans and the forum, but not the transport tycoon genre. I have previously tried this four years back (i think) but i decided that it was simply too hard to learn so i sticked with OpenTTD. Eventually i felt like i needed to take a break from one of the projects i initiated over there, and this game appeared (truth be told, i never uninstalled it) so i decided to give it a go (once again). Honestly, the only word i can say is that I really like this game, and it isn't hard to learn. Maybe the four year gap has something to do with it, or maybe not, that's for you to wonder. Either way, the Simutrans subforum over the Transport Tycoon Forums don't seem to be that lively so i thought it would be a wiser choice to actually register here instead. So here I am, I hope this community will be of help to me all the time, be it when it comes to problems or savegame sharing or else.

Offline Matthew

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Re: Introduce yourself to the community
« Reply #356 on: July 23, 2020, 06:50:50 PM »
Hello everyone, I am Amir, and i'm quite new to Simutrans and the forum

Hi Amir, welcome to the Simutrans forum! And since you speak BM: salam! (EN: hello!).

I think that both lots of people and lots of code have been shared between Simutrans and OpenTTD over the years, although the two projects started independently. They each have their strengths.

They also have weak points. Simutrans is pretty difficult to learn. But it's very rewarding once you do.

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So here I am, I hope this community will be of help to me all the time, be it when it comes to problems or savegame sharing or else.

If there is one word that I would use to describe this community, it's probably "helpful". So you're in the right place!

Your post is also a good opportunity for me to say hello to the rest of the forum too, since I've been on hiatus for a few months. I tend to sporadically binge on Simutrans depending on what is happening in real life and what I'm reading (I love to read history books and then play related games, but Simutrans doesn't cover all eras & cultures.... yet).

Offline TheRoadmaster1996

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Re: Introduce yourself to the community
« Reply #357 on: July 30, 2020, 03:04:51 AM »
Hello, my name is Christian Bonneau (AKA TheRoadmaster1996), and I am from the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations (yes that is the state's official name) in America's New England region (though I live in Nevada right now). My icon is the flag of Rhode Island: thirteen stars, an anchor in the middle and the words 'HOPE' beneath it. The thirteen stars represent Rhode Island's status as one of the first thirteen states in the union and one of the original thirteen colonies. The anchor represents our maritime heritage and ties in with HOPE which comes from a bible verse: "HOPE is the ANCHOR of the soul" or something like that. Anyway, I am currently developing my own Pakset called Pak256.America-Ex. I am probably a month or so from releasing the first version. So keep a look out! I enjoy playing Simutrans due to the historical aspect of it (I'm a big history buff) and I think it's neat that you can play through history and relive some of the greatest moments in a country's history.

Offline TheRoadmaster1996

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Re: Introduce yourself to the community
« Reply #358 on: July 30, 2020, 03:17:42 AM »
playing with soldiers - learning about military history - becoming a big buff in planes, tanks, guns etc - researching why countries X and Y won wars while Z and W lost - learning it was mainly because of their industrial failures and insufficiences - researching military industry - researching industry in general - researching infrastructure and logistics - discovering Simutrans.

I did pretty much the same thing. I enjoy military history and learning about the different wars and conflict's and their significance.  For example did you know King Philips War (1675-1678) which was fought in my home region of New England helped pave the way for Westward expansion in the U.S.? It was also one the first conflicts America was involved in that didn't require British aid. It was fought solely with New England's militia. This helped to lead to the American Revolution a hundred years later. It was also one of the most devastating conflicts in American history (more then the Civil War, World War One, or World War Two) and yet it is one of the forgotten conflicts in our history. If I wasn't disabled and didn't have a hole in my heart I would probably have joined the military by now. But the way things go... I can still write and learn about the military. I am writing a book set in a fictional New England town in WW2, the main character is a criminal investigator with Coast Guard Intelligence. One evening he and his family go to a lighthouse where his friend was just appointed lighthouse keeper. Suddenly his friend is found shot dead and the killer is among the group...