Transport Giant comes to Steam 9/5

by: Ben Berry -
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Transport Giant is a sim franchise that focuses on transportation. Unlike a lot of its competitors in this space, it doesn't focus on a single mode of transport (like say Trainz) but instead focuses on the growth of different modes of transportation, including land, sea, and air from the beginning of the industrial revolution to 35 years into our future. And while the focus is on moving passengers and products, it's still got 500 different types of buildings. It certainly looks interesting.

About the Game

It's the year 1850 - The world is changing. A new era of mass production and mass transportation has begun. For a smart businessman there are many opportunities. With a little money and good ideas you can establish a business empire. There are new companies founded on every corner. The world is in need of all kinds of goods and the growth of cities is increasing dramatically. But how do the goods get to the customer? 

How do the workers get to their factories? And who will transport the huge amount of raw materials? The time has come for a powerful and giant transportation company. Especially transport within the domestic market are increasing to a point where it can no longer be handled easily. You establish a transport company in the year 1850 and try to make as much profit as possible over the next 200 years. You have to establish means of transportation for raw materials, finished goods and for workers and employees to get them to work. Outdo your competitors and make big money in Transport Giant!


  • Simulation of a complex but easy-to-grasp transportation cycle 
  • Set-up of transport routes complete with infrastructure 
  • Carriage of goods and passengers 
  • Changing economic situations 
  • Three different scenarios (Europe, USA and Australia) 
  • Several campaigns and numerous endless maps 
  • Ingenious signalling and guidance system for trains 
  • Over 130 vehicles (trains, monorails, superconductor trains, lorries, ships, aeroplanes and helicopters) 
  • Over 60 different products and industries 
  • Over 500 different buildings