Welcome to the Trainz Wiki Main Page - the online home for detailed information about the Trainz Simulator product range!
2. Trainz: A New Era: Released May 15, 2015. Promoted through Kickstarter in late 2013 and then through http://anewera.trainzportal.com, the development of Trainz: A New Era (TANE) was originally supported by 1792 "supporters", then by signing up with Koch Media/Deep Silver to help us complete development. With a brand new game engine and a range of new features, TANE set a new benchmark for train simulators around the world. There have since been 6 major free updates and at the time of writing, the 7th (Service Pack 3) is almost ready for release.
3. Trainz Model Railroad 2017: To celebrate 15 years of Trainz, N3V Games has unveiled the latest edition of the Trainz franchise "Trainz Model Railroad 2017" (TMR17). TO be released on December 5, 2016, this edition focuses attention on a range of smaller "model" layouts, complete with walls, floorboards, fascia curtains and that real model layout feeling.
Trainz now operates on PC, Mac, iOS and Android systems. New sections of this wiki are being added continually to update the different versions for different systems. More information on the history of Trainz versions can be found at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trainz.
For information on Trainz on Mobile go to: Platform-Mobile
Help PagesHelp Pages for game functionality are accessible from clicking on the "Game Help Main Page" link in the left hand column or by using the (?) button from the game's menu bar. These "Game Help" pages explain the function of each of the user interface components, such as what happens when you click on a particular button in-game, or how to use a particular function.
You can also type your search query in the left hand margin Search box, or in the in-game Search box that opens when you click on the (?) icon.
While functionality may differ in some versions of the game, the concepts are generally similar between versions.
For more general information about how to complete a certain goal, such as How to Create a Session, check out the "How-To Guides" (also accessible from the link in the left hand column).
Please be aware that the wiki is a source of information, similar to a book. It is not intended as an interactive chat or helpdesk. If you can't find what you are looking for here, general questions should be asked via the Trainz Forums.
The HowTo guides are a series of documents describing how to achieve various tasks within the Trainz environment. It covers a broad range of topics suitable for beginners using Trainz for the first time through to experienced content creators. Each guide covers a specific topic in detail and explains all the steps required to achieve a task, such as HowTo/Create a session.
Visit the Trainz Forums for advice and friendly banter and meet thousands of other like-minded train fans from around the world.
Dedicated content creation information may be found at the Content Creation pages. These pages are targeted for intermediate-to-advanced users, and explain the theory behind the formation of various types of content. These pages are a valuable resource to stay on top of the evolving content creation requirements as we take Trainz into the next generation of high resolution, high quality content.
Updating the Trainz Wiki
This wiki is created by both N3VGames (the developers behind Trainz) and by the Trainz Community (requires a Planet Auran login and registered Trainz product to gain edit rights).
It is a continually evolving repository of information. Trainz Content Creators and fans should feel free to add their own pages to this site, however please be sure to keep page names distinct and meaningful. Pages with ambiguous names that are likely to conflict with other uses will be renamed or removed.