In the latest edition of Train Sim Magazin, my reviews for the London to Faversham route with Class 395, GWR Manor Class & Class 3700 ‘City of Truro’ that are downloadable content for Train Simulator 2013 have been featured in the German magazine:
GWR Manor Class
Train Simulator 2013 weiß schon jetzt mit einem beeindruckenden Angebot an Downloads zu überzeugen einschließlich der großen Eisenbahnen der Vergangenheit. Mit der neuesten Ergänzung, der Manor Class oder Class 7800, wird diese Tradition standesgemäß weitergeführt.
In 1956 – 1959, the Class 101 Diesel Multiple Units were built by Metro-Cammell at Washwood Heath in Birmingham, proving to be one of the most recognisable locomotives of its era due to its fantastic success and only being withdrawn as recently as 2003. Upgraded from a previous Class 101 pack, it now features the Strathclyde Passenger Transport (SPT) livery. With its bold orange and black sides plus bright yellow front, the Class 101 for its age is still an attractive piece of transport heritage.
You can download the full magazine in English below:
> Simulator World Magazine – April 2013
Understanding the location and environment your app will be utilised in is extremely important when considering functionality.
Today over Skype, we recorded Monster Cast #19 – produced for the Console Monster website.
Joining me in this latest podcast are Marty Greenwell, Reece Warrender, Steven Bourke and special guest Steve Ince.
Steve Ince is an award nominated writer and game designer, best known for his work on Revolution Software titles such as the Broken Sword series and is currently working on a freelance basis.
Each operating system will have its own distinct look and feel. Graphics and navigational methods will vary between competing formats and your challenge is to replicate this experience throughout your own app wherever possible.
People who use app capable devices are not always your typical technological stereo-type. The portrayal of nerds and geeks have been associated with technology enthusiasts for many years. More recently with the widespread appeal of gadgetry, talking about the world of transistors, capacitors and diodes can even be classed as ‘cool’ by the very same people who a decade ago would have scoffed at the thought.