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OpenTTD is an open source simulation game based upon the popular Microprose game "Transport Tycoon Deluxe", written by Chris Sawyer. It attempts to mimic the original game as closely as possible while extending it with new features.

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OpenTTD 1.3.0


OpenTTD 1.3.0

The first version of OpenTTD new stable, 1.3.0, is now available on Desura.

Apr 3, 2013 News
OpenTTD 1.2.2


OpenTTD 1.2.2

OpenTTD most recent stable, 1.2.2, is now available on Desura

Sep 26, 2012 News
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Enforcer12345 Jun 29 2014, 10:45am said:

Okay... Did anyone else encounter an XCOM Enemy Unkown UFO? It was pretty crazy finding a UFO from XCOM because I play it.... Just wanted to share something I saw that was surprising.

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Fluffeh Dec 7 2013, 11:32pm said:

I still find it amusing that you can look at this game, and then look at any of the new tycoon games and just say "did they run out of good developers?" Then compare it to all those random out of the woodwork games, like the farming simulators. Why limit things to that? games are to expand on everything, not to dumb down the universe to a simple "yes or no"

Transport tycoon will always be a monument to procedural generated vastness and complexity, interactivity... any other words you can think of that involve variety and infinity ^.^

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Dragon000 Apr 13 2014, 10:41pm replied:

ive played rollorcoaster tycoon 1 2 and 3 railroad tycoon and zoo tycoon but this is crap sorry but what is this its like half of simcity 1 do you kno how old that is and its only half

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UrielCorinthian Oct 24 2013, 3:58pm said:

Don't know if I'm just being pedantic here, but I rather like using Desura as my games manager, but at the same time, it seems I would have to manually install the latest version of OpenTTD from the (OpenTTD) website if I wanted to upgrade...

Are there any plans to release the updates via Desura? It would truly make things simpler, and I can keep running, viewing, launching, commenting, etc. through Desura...

Would be really awesome :)

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Zuuu Apr 15 2014, 1:55pm replied:

OpenTTD publish information about current versions in a text file that allows programmers to parse this information to get current stable, testing, nightly etc. and the download url. This file is automatically updated when new releases are made without any developer time is required. There are already several third party tools that use this information to implement an updater client tool for different operating systems. For more information, please see the wiki article on third party updater tools here: Wiki.openttd.org

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Fluffeh Dec 7 2013, 11:14pm replied:

Again it's happening across the whole of desura, developers are waiting for approval, and some just aren't getting through at all. There needs to be 3rd party places like moddb.com which is basically where desura is tied to anyway, so people are able to upload to there if it isn't approved sooner over desura.

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THESOVIETRUSSIAN Aug 21 2013, 9:30am said:

is everyone else having the same problem where the settings dont save? (settings reset after ending session)

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Zuuu Oct 9 2013, 9:56am replied:

There is no tutorial shipped with the game. But there is a beginner tutorial that you can download.

In the game:
1. Click on Play scenario
2. Click on Check Online Content
3. Search for "Beginner Tutorial"
4. Download the scenario "Beginner Tutorial"
5. Close download window
6. Select "Beginner Tutorial" in the list of installed scenarios and click on "Load"

Now follow the in-game instructions in the tutorial and it will teach you how to play the game.

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Dragon000 Apr 14 2014, 12:24am replied:

nothing is listed from step5

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Zuuu Apr 15 2014, 1:34pm replied:

After searching for "Beginner Tutorial", it will list not just the scenario but also a script and an AI. Make sure that you either mark all or at least the scenario and then click to download.

Steps with images can be found here Wiki.openttd.org

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Two crashes have been found and fixed in 1.4.3-RC2. Please give it a playtest, especially in multiplayer games T.co Sep 14 2014, 1:14pm
A desync error was found in 1.4, so after fixing it 1.4.3-RC1 is being released. Testing MP would be specially useful T.co Sep 8 2014, 1:54am
@Indie_RetroNEWS @ConclaveCC We have pages for devs interested in OpenTTD. Help is welcome! T.co T.co Aug 23 2014, 6:02am
It's weekend and time to play. Maybe a new game with the brand new OpenTTD 1.4.2? T.co Aug 17 2014, 3:38am
@ChucklesNuts It has been discussed in the past. Check T.co and T.co Aug 9 2014, 1:20pm
Thanks to all who found and reported bugs. For further testing, we are happy to present OpenTTD 1.4.2-RC2 T.co Aug 3 2014, 3:29pm
The hunt for bugs in OpenTTD 1.4 continues. Today you can get your hands on the first release candidate for 1.4.2. T.co Jul 4 2014, 2:48am
We hope that you will enjoy playing the new stable 1.4.1: T.co Jun 3 2014, 3:01am
Please help us test the new 1.4.1-RC2 release. If all goes well we will have a new stable soon: T.co May 19 2014, 3:43am
OpenTTD 1.4.1-RC1 fixes a few crashes and problems, along with a load of other changes. T.co May 5 2014, 12:06pm
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