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Ride the rails to fun and adventure in Westward® IV: All Aboard, a thrilling real-time strategy adventure from Sandlot Games! When the patriarchal owner of the Turner Railroad Company goes missing, his children, Anne and Henry, are called upon to uncover the truth behind his disappearance.
Release Date: Feb 16, 2010
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Ride the rails to fun and adventure in Westward® IV: All Aboard, a thrilling real-time strategy adventure from Sandlot Games!
When the patriarchal owner of the Turner Railroad Company goes missing, his children, Anne and Henry, are called upon to uncover the truth behind his disappearance. Protect the family business from greedy bandits as you help the Turners expand their railway to neighboring towns. Rescue kidnapped citizens being held for exorbitant ransoms, battle greedy bandits, and guide your town to fortune and prosperity in Westward IV: All Aboard!
- 36 buildings, including all-new upgrades and features
- Train skilled workers to add building bonuses
- Produce town goods to sell at the train station
- Unlock secret items and characters hidden throughout Westward IV
- OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
- Processor: Pentium III 1.0 GHz or better
- Memory: 384 MB System RAM (512 MB Vista)
- Graphics: 64 MB Video RAM
- DirectX®: Direct-X 9c (10 Vista)
- Sound: Direct-X compatible sound card
- Other Requirements: Internet Explorer 5.0+, AOL 5,6 or MSN browsers
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The store page description and screenshots only show a small part of the game. Each Westward game prunes away the repetive aspects of the previous one. The player can control any "good" character; it's just that your main character is the most versatile. Most towns start from scratch. You build several. There is a "world map" where you travel from town to town. The world map is also used to move to the next challenge the player unlocks. It is almost like Sid Meier's Railroads and Dragon Warrior VII had a child.