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OpenTTD 0.5.1

Posted on Monday, April 23 2007 @ 11:47:22 CEST by

OpenTTD is a clone of the Microprose game "Transport Tycoon Deluxe", a popular game originally written by Chris Sawyer. It attempts to mimic the original game as closely as possible while extending it with new features.

  • Feature: Add list_patches to console commands; shows all patches and values (r9565)
  • Fix: Select "Custom" in the difficulty settings gui when changing a setting [FS#733] (r9647)
  • Fix: Building rail on steep slopes ignored build_on_slopes patch setting (r9602)
  • Fix: Wrong characters in Finnish town names (r9641)
  • Fix: When checking for no vehicle on ground-tiles, do not take into account vehicles that are in the air (r9542)
  • Fix: Bankrupt AIs no longer buy over themselves (also added safeguards to prevent in future) (r9540 / r9541)
  • Fix: When company is removed, sell all shares of the and in the company (r9533)
  • Fix: Crash when 2 or more clients joined at roughly the same time (r9529)
  • Fix: Custom currency was overwritten and fix euro introduction (r9467, r9469)
  • Fix: Values of diff_custom and snow_line in .cfg were not checked properly (r9455)
  • Fix: When deleting a vehicle which has shared orders with one more vehicle and no orders, segfaulted (r9429)

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Download: OpenTTD 0.5.1


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