Cheats for "Sid Meier's Railroads!" for the PC

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"Sid Meier's Railroads!" is a railroad simulator that was released on October 17, 2006. Apart from building elaborate railroad systems, you will be in charge of running your own railroad company, which includes producing cargo for transportation. If the gameplay isn't progressing at a satisfactory rate for your liking, however, you can make it a little more exciting by using the cheat codes included with the game. All of these cheats can be entered by typing them during gameplay with your computer's keyboard.

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"Sid Meier's Railroads!" features two money-related cheat codes. Entering the code "Bailout" will give your virtual company a sum of £6 million, while entering the code "Big Dog" will give your character a sum of £6 million.


If the trains in "Sid Meier's Railroads!" aren't going fast enough for your liking, simply speed them up by using a cheat code. Enter the code "Go Go Go" to make all trains run at double their normal speed. Additionally, unlock all the locomotives in the game by entering the code "Trains are in my blood." Without this code, you'd have to unlock each locomotive individually as you progress through the game.


Different territories are available for your railroad company to explore, but these normally must be unlocked by playing through the game. By entering the code "Passport," however, you can gain access to every territory in the game at any time you wish.


If your company's buildings aren't producing enough cargo to satisfy demands, you can always speed them up with a cheat code. Simply enter the code "Double shift" to double the production speed of all your buildings.

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