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1995 classic Amiga game - other games
If there is something even more weird than fashion journalism, it would certainly would be watching the trains (known as train-spotting), and like many other inexplicable human activities it was born in the cradle of railways, the United Kingdom. What is it? More or less it is writing down in a small notebook numbers of trains that one have just observed. Yes, yes, locomotives have their individual numbers assigned by manufacturers and passionate train-spotters are recording those numbers during their encounters with locomotives... Oh, I almost forgot about the other important element of this "hobby" - comparing your list with lists of others affected by this passion (read: disease) individuals. And it’s... basically it on the topic of train-spotting.
And this game is exactly about that - sitting with thermos at the train station and look out for the train numbers listed on the card that can be seen at the bottom of the screen. If within a certain time we will be able to spot all the numbers we have on the card, then we move on to the next level, where... we can expect even more trains to spot. Have I mentioned the thermos? Then I have listed all the advanced technology help we need to finish our groundbreaking mission of observing all the passing trains.
The game was essentially a joke - it was published by Sensible Software famous for more lively titles (such as Sensible Soccer and Cannon Fodder) - it was supposed to be a funny farewell to the Amiga platform from Sensible Software. The graphic and audio side of the game is adequate, and the gameplay is only slightly worse experience (I guess) than actually sitting on the train station on freezing morning and hope to spot a glimpse of A484 or even C112.