Module:18xx

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18xxbc.jpg
Publisher Hartland Trefoil Ltd. Era Industrial
Year 1974 Topic Economic
Players 3 to 9 Scale Abstract
Length Long


Files

Filename Filetype Size Date Compatibility
2.13
18xx.vmod Module 1.8 MB unknown unknown
18AL.vmdx 18AL extension ver.2.13.13 170 KB unknown unknown
1889.vmdx 1889 extension ver.2.12.16 313 KB unknown unknown
18VA.vmdx 18VA extension ver.2.12.14 169 KB unknown unknown
18GA.vmdx 18GA extension ver.2.12.12 180 KB unknown unknown
1826.vmdx 1826 extension ver.2.12.09 302 KB unknown unknown
18EU.vmdx 18EU extension ver.2.12.07 373 KB unknown unknown
1851.vmdx 1851 extension ver.2.12.06 195 KB unknown unknown
18Scan.vmdx 18Scan extension ver.2.12.05 235 KB unknown unknown
18US.vmdx 18US extension ver.2.12.04 373 KB unknown unknown
Misc
18xx History.txt Version History 9 KB unknown unknown
18xx Readme.txt Instructions 3 KB unknown unknown
18xx Copyright.txt Copyright Notice 8 KB unknown unknown

Module Information

Maintainer akiyoshi.nomura
Contributors akiyoshi.nomura

Comments

Version 2.12. Support for 1826, 1851, 1889, 18AL, 18EU, 18GA, 18Scan, 18US, 18VA

18xx is the collective term used to describe a set of railroad-themed stock market and tile laying games. The 18xx set has two main branches: the 1829 branch (1829, 1825, 1853, and 1829 Mainline) and the 1830 branch (1830, 1856, 1870, etc). There are also a number of crossover games which sit somewhere between the two branches (eg 1860). While general railroad operations such as track laying are critical to both branches, the two branches are fundamentally quite different in character and player focus. The 1829 branch games emphasize stock-picking and portfolio management while the 1830 branch concentrates more on financial prediction and stock market manipulation. So in 1829 et al players are rewarded for holding the right stocks at the right time and for running their companies well, while in 1830 et al they are are rewarded more for manipulating the stock market to their advantage and investing in the companies that thereby profit.

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Players

  • akiyoshi.nomura
  • DerDiplomat
  • barzai
  • Ian
  • cwmassey
  • AndrewC
  • jonpfl
  • ed091maf
  • Preacher
  • jcurtis55
  • tassonik
  • HazMatt
  • slgmibu2
  • Blaer
  • lesulm1
  • Toto
  • g3lutz
  • cclouser
  • Cynical
  • MedievalBanquet
  • mtwomey
  • Fyreheart
  • Asper
  • TomMcCorry
  • Kevin65
  • cornjob
  • yankeeap
  • LordJesse
  • anotherpug
  • Shadoglare