OpenTTD requires a separate base graphics set to run, which can be downloaded through the installer (Windows) or on first run (Windows, Linux).In case you want to manually download and install it, some options are:
- The Transport Tycoon Deluxe data files can be used as base graphics set. You must own a version of Transport Tycoon Deluxe; they cannot be downloaded.
These files can be obtained from either the DOS or Windows version of the original Transport Tycoon Deluxe (TTD). Alternatively a set of open source replacements are available for free (see OpenGFX, OpenSFX and OpenMSX). An open-source clone of the classic game Transport Tycoon Deluxe. All you need to do is uncompress the ZIP or 7z file into your Games folder (e.g. C: OldGames ), then open the folder of the Game, and double click the icon 'Name of the Game' (it's a '.bat' file). See the Help page for more info. Need more info about this game? Would you like to download the other files? Go back to the Game Review page. Openttd: A clone of transport tycoon deluxe No need to download the full game of transport tycoon when you can use Openttd: A clone transport tycoon deluxe, for free. OpenTTD is an excellent clone of Transport Tycoon Deluxe, a great game originally written by Chris Sawyer from Microprose. OpenTTD is an open source complete recreation of Transport Tycoon Deluxe, achieved by reverse engineering the original game. 2 9 It delivers many bug fixes and general enhancements to the game, like making it possible to run TTD on multiple platforms, including Mac, Linux, PSP, and Android.
Sound and music sets are recommended (but not necessary).OpenSFX (sound), and OpenMSX (music) can be installed via the installer or - if you own the CD - also the Transport Tycoon Deluxe sound and music.
Additional graphics, sound, and music sets can be downloaded via the ingame content download manager.
Please refer to the readme for more information.
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