|Price||Free / £5-£30||£18-£35||£32 (£12 for DOS)||£18-£45||£10-£12|
|Signalbox area coverage||Full||Partial||Partial||Partial||Partial|
|Signalling (overlaps, approach control, slots, etc.)||Full||Limited||Limited||?||None|
|Stock allocation to trains||No (not a signaller's job)||Partial||Yes||Partial||No|
|Automatic routesetting||Some simulations (full ARS)||No||No||No||No|
|Simple junction routesetting||Some simulations||No||Yes||No||No|
|Multiplayer / Internet||Yes||No||No||No||No|
Prices reflect those listed on their respective websites at the time of this page's creation and do not include discounts or temporary special offers.
* Signalling Centre Software closed at the end of December 2014.
SimSig uses an 8x16 bitmap font which replicates the same graphics as used on IECCs, and the colours meet Network Rail standards. PC-Rail uses fairly correct symbology and colours, though it is stretched horizontally somewhat; however, colours are generally correct. SigCent and Traingames use rudimentary ASCII characters mixed with some graphics, but the colours are frequently wrong.
|Forum||Yes - on website||Yes - Yahoo groups||No||Yes - Yahoo groups||No|
Last edited by Steamer on 04/10/2017 at 17:11