ironcross32 says Just listen out for the change in the stereo field then, in the tunnels its closed in and sort of echos a bit, outside you will notice the field separates out a lot more, there are birds, but also sometimes rain. on January 8, 2017 5:23 am
jake4252 says Thanks bud for the suggestions. Part of the reason is I am hard of hearing so don't always hear the birds. thanks again, I'll keep this in mind. on January 7, 2017 5:36 am
ironcross32 says A few tips: When you hear the echo and the closed in sensation, put the heat on and ventilation on right away, it means you're going underground, if you hear the birds, and the echo goes away and the stereo field opens up a bit, take the heat off, take the ventilation off, you are above ground.
When you said 20 was cold, nah 20 is perfect, remember that this is the U.K. and temps are given in Celsius, so 20 is pretty close to 68 for us, and that's a good temp to have. You don't wanna let temps get too low or high as the passengers will complain and it will affect your score.
Also when you roll into a station, you really have to go faster than you were going, rolling in at 5KPH is slow, that's like a little over 3 MPH. Also I noticed you weren't giving the station announcement when approaching or leaving a station, this is done with the APA, which is #1 on the keyboard.
Also when you have been underground a while, and so you need the ventilation on, remember to keep checking the air pressure with F4 because having the ventilation on makes it go down faster, I make this part of my station routine to check it at each station, but if you press F3, and it says like 5 thousand left or something, I'd check it about halfway. You can go quite a distance over ground if you turn that off.
Hey some of this you're bound to know, not trying to criticize, It took me a while to get decent and make a run with a 100 customer service and 100 safety, and I still do stupid stuff like blow past a station every once in a while. on January 6, 2017 9:39 pm
gamer says please give download linck on January 6, 2017 9:05 pm