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SL de Ikou! II (AKA Jouki Kikansha Unten Simulation - SL de Ikou! II) is a steam locomitive simulation that allows the player to drive a steam train around different places in Japan. This game is the sequel to SL de Ikou!, featuring enhanced graphics and a more realistic gameplay.

The game features also a database explaining the characteristics of the C62 machine.

C62 is a type of 4-6-4 steam locomotive built by the Japanese National Railways. The C classification indicates three sets of driving wheels. The C62 was built with a 4-6-4 frame, upon which was mounted the boiler of the JNR D52 class 2-8-2 locomotives.

These were the largest and fastest steam passenger locomotives to run in Japan, and hauled the Tsubame express on the Tokaido Main Line between Tokyo and Osaka. Forty nine were built from 1948 to 1949. The last examples in regular service were withdrawn in 1973.

A class C62 locomotive, C62 17, broke the speed record for a narrow-gauge steam locomotive on 15 December 1954 when it reached 129 kilometres per hour (80 mph) on the Tokaido Main Line. This locomotive is preserved in a park in Nagoya.

A steam locomotive is a locomotive that produces its power through a steam engine. The term locomotive refers to any self-propelled vehicle. This may also include a road locomotive such as a traction engine or steam car, however when the term is used on its own, it commonly refers to a railway locomotive. Its purpose is to haul a train for freight wagons or passenger coaches along a railway track. The locomotive is usually fueled by coal, wood or oil. This fuel is burned to produce steam in a boiler, which drives the steam engine. Both fuel and water supplies are carried with the locomotive, either on the locomotive itself or in wagons pulled behind.

Beginning in Britain, steam locomotives dominated railway transportation from the start of the 19th century, until the middle of the 20th century. They were gradually improved and developed in their over 150 years of use. Starting in about 1930, other types of engines were developed, and steam locomotives were gradually superseded by diesel and electric locomotives.

Manufacturer's description:

SL yearning to enjoy the authentic driving simulation driving a steam locomotive engine go by [SL! 2nd series]. In fact that was once operated C62 (Otaru - between Niseko) recording the realistic enjoy the magnificent scenery of Hokkaido can experience driving SL. Also comes up with more realistic sound and graphics are the real driving.


.First person perspective.
.3D graphics
.Cartoon graphics
.Steam Locomotive theme.

PASSWORD TO DOWNLOAD : theisozone.com

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