Mostly written, designed and drawn by Oskari Saarekas
When mailing, please add 'TOCGAME:' at the beginning of the subject line, or your message may be falsely
detected as spam and deleted. If you haven't received a reply in a week, try re-sending your message.
Special thanks to
|Peter Bennet||for instructions, testing, scenarios: East Anglia,
Great Western, Intercity, London, Midlands, Pennines, Scotland, Southeast, Wales, trainset data: ic1970, ic2000, uk1970, LUL,
additional uk2000 data, numerous train images for UK train sets and design help|
|Maarten Otto||for hosting the game gratis from mid 2010, Greater London scenario and trainset, Dutch instructions, testing |
|Juhani Pirttilahti||for hosting the game gratis till mid 2010, testing and for making the Finland scenario and Finnish train set|
|Andrew Allwright||Great Western 2000 scenario data and map assistance, Southeast data assistance|
|Mailer Diablo||old message board, original instructions|
|Stephen Heelis||various scenario data, CL156 and HST images, testing|
|Matthieu Landais||map images design, LU-train images, assistance in page design|
|Vincent Middlebrough||various scenario data|
|NineoNine||Northern, Iberia and Northeast USA scenarios and trainsets|
|Joshim Nur||additional London scenario design, testing|
|Gary Potter||new message board, testing|
|Kevin Rowe||sidebar photos|
|Jamie Steel||uk1950 trainset data, additional ic2000 trainset data, testing|
|Colin Weir||additional Scotland scenario design|
|Chan Yu||West Midlands and Midlands scenarios, scenario editor|
Thanks for help with the previous versions:
Pap Dávid István,
Shane Roberts and
And thanks to all above and others for ideas and support.
TOCgame was first opened in mid-July 2002. The first scenario, Pennines, was won in 10.08.2002 by Matt
Lacey. The second version of the game was introduced in late autumn/early winter 2002. Continuous minor
development took place in the spring 2003, and the game was given the version number three in the summer.
The fourth version was opened in 22.02.2004. Work on the fifth version commenced in October 2004 and finished
over a year later, in January 2006. The sixth version was tested during the late summer of 2007 and subsequently
opened later in the autumn.