There are few experiences in gaming so sublime as entering a flow state while working your way through a challenging landscape, chaining together moves and hitting every single button press at the exact right time to produce a perfectly executed run, the aural and visual feedback of which perpetuates your trance of gaming nirvana. Few games I have played in my life are capable of regularly producing this phenomenon, as doing so requires the right composition of controls, music, level design, and all of the small imperceptible details that hone a game into an masterfully crafted engine for driving you forward.
All over the world, the advent of the locomotive created an explosion in creating trans-national travel speedy compared to other means, back in the 1800s. In PC gaming, train simulations have recaptured these historic events by allowing you total control. After a successful Gambitious campaign, Train Fever was allowed to be made, and is dubbed an “unofficial remake of Transport Tycoon“. Train Fever is a simulation game that is nation-agnostic and allows you to build up a railroad monopoly from scratch.