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Sid Meier’s Railroad Tycoon Comes To The BlackBerry

Concrete Software just released Sid Meier’s Railroad Tycoon for the BlackBerry. I have been a fan of Sid Meier’s games since the first Civilization game on the PC so I will definitely be checking this one out. The game is a bit pricey at $9.99 but it looks like there is a free demo. The game supports both the Storm and other devices but I am guessing the game will be much easier to scroll around on the Storm.

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From the description:

Enter the world of a 19th century industrial-power entrepreneur. Based on the Sid Meier’s classic game series, Railroad Tycoon mobile allows players to build their very own transportation empire. Master supply and demand, overseeing the growth of small towns into large cities. Create markets that thrive with the support of your railroad. Manage trains running between 10 main cities while trying to dominate the local market to get exclusive rights to cargo. Sid Meier’s Railroad Tycoon is a dream come true for the business savvy at heart!

Game Features:

  • Based on the classic Sid Meier game series with mass market appeal.
  • Action packed strategy game with a variety of historical scenarios based in the 19th century.
  • Unlock new trains as you play in campaign mode.
  • Build an empire – manage trains, cargo, and your bottom line.
  • 3 difficulty settings.
  • Lots of settings to customize your game play.
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  1. I was very happy to read that this had been released having been a fan of the PC version years ago but the version for the Storm is awful! It was not made for the storm, it was designed for a trackball then “one click converted” for Storm “compstability but it kept all of the movement functionality designed for the trackwheel making track laying impossible!

    Worst $10 of late.

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