OpenTTD Alternatives

    OpenTTD is described as 'An open-source clone of the classic game Transport Tycoon Deluxe . It attempts to mimic the original game as closely as possible while extending it with new features'. There are more than 10 games similar to OpenTTD for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, Linux, Steam and Android. The best alternative is Simutrans, which is both free and Open Source. Other OpenTTD like games are Transport Fever (Paid), OpenRCT2 (Free, Open Source), Cities In Motion (series) (Paid) and Railroad Tycoon (Paid).

    This page was last updated Jul 7, 2021

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      Simutrans is a freeware transportation simulator. Your goal is to establish a successful transport company. Transport passengers, mail and goods by rail, road, ship, and even air.
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      Most users think Simutrans is a great alternative to OpenTTD.
    1. Transport Fever is a railroad-focused tycoon game. As an emerging transport tycoon, the player constructs stations, airports, harbors and makes money by connecting areas requiring transport services.
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      Transport Fever vs OpenTTD opinions
      Most users think Transport Fever is a great alternative to OpenTTD.
      Lemonaise Very similar feel to OpenTTD, yet I see no reason why you would choose it over OpenTTD.
      Positive comment 3 months ago

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      It has better graphics, and better reality simulaton
      Positive comment about 4 years ago

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      OpenRCT2 is an open-source game engine recreation of the simulation game Rollercoaster Tycoon 2 created by Chris Sawyer in 2002. OpenRCT2 uses a similar development process to .
    2. Cities in Motion (CIM) is a city-based mass transportation simulator for the PC. Players operate their own transportation company, building a public network with a variety of vehicle types, including buses, trams, and subway trains. Represent entire series of Cities In Motion (series) games.

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      The series Cities in Motion is no longer developed, but it can be still downloaded from Paradox Store. Its successor is Cities: Skylines

      Most users think Cities In Motion (series) is a great alternative to OpenTTD.
    3. Railroad Tycoon (Series)

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      Railroad Tycoon was written by game designer Sid Meier and published by MicroProse and though it shares the "Tycoon" suffix, it is not related to other Microprose games such as RollerCoaster Tycoon and Transport Tycoon, which were developed by Scottish programmer Chris... Represent entire series of Railroad Tycoon games including Railroad Tycoon (1990), Railroad Tycoon Deluxe (1993), Railroad Tycoon II (1998), Railroad Tycoon 3 (2003).
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    4. Open-source city building sim with a focus on realism through microscopic details.
      Citybound vs OpenTTD opinions
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      tuxayo OpenTTD is more focused on transport and Citybound more general but I still get similar feelings when playing transport simulators and city building simulators. I'm sure that's not the case for everyone, but for me at least, these subgenres they are close enough to be alternatives to each other.
      Positive comment almost 2 years ago

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      Mashinky is a brand new transport strategy game from Czech developer Jan Zeleny.
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      Mashinky vs OpenTTD opinions
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      Even though the game is still early development. its getting closer and closer to openttd. While in construction mode it looks almost like openttd in a 3d coat. And in realistic mode it looks an entire different game. Was worth the money spend for sure!!!
      Positive comment over 1 year ago

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      Micropolis is a open city-building simulator game and is based on the original source code of .

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      The online version and theFacebook app are unavailable. The source code and the Java version are available from Google Code.

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      Mini Metro is a game about building the perfect subway system. Simply draw lines between stations and start your trains running, then keep your routes efficient by redrawing them as new stations open.
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    5. In Transport Giant, you will have the ability to control a massive transportation infrastructure with over 130 different vehicle types.
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