You can also just... get Steam? It's free, and a great portal to loads of good games!
Yeah, I think it can be made to run on Linux but not out of the box. Or something. To be honest I'm not a gamer, I think most games need Windows to work.That's staggering to me. The number of serious gamers who must run Linux surely means they've made a compatible version?
I don't really know what I'm looking at, but there are lots of hits on Google after searching "Steam on Linux"...
Not very taxing at all in my experience - the simple graphic set also means you don't really gain/lose much between high and low graphic settings. I can run on my Macbook Pro (2012) with very basic NVidia graphics at high settings with reliable 60 fps - desktop computers should handle it perfectly fine.How taxing is this game on a computer? Seems pretty basic, but my potato can no longer run NL2, and hasn't ever been able to run Planet Coaster.
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Good question! It's not really an autocomplete feature, more like a custom "bridge the gap" piece that appears when two ends of the same track are close to each other - i.e. the last couple of tiles before the end of the track reaches the back of the station. I've seen folks on YouTube (check out Silvarret, he's amazing) exploit this feature to make custom track pieces appear, such as diagonal turns that change elevation, but myself I haven't played much with it yet.
This is great! I definitely find my greatest challenge is how to properly scale building sizes so they don’t look too awkward. Having so much customization is a blessing and curse in that regard!