Eloo, delighted to see you. Glad that you made it to the first anniversary of our game. It wasn't always smooth sailing, but thanks to you, we've made it this far.
While our older sibling, TrainStation 2, showed us the rails and sails, we are doing our best to step out of its shadow and become a unique game in our own way.
To expand your horizons, we accidentally coined a new portmanteau, "Shrain". At first, we all had a good laugh, but by now, it has become a truly timeless classic for us!
During our first Venice event, the artists had a minor slip that went unnoticed by you when Hungarian flags were used instead of Italian ones- we had it right the second time around!
The Halloween event was the first time we've used ships that don't exist, not even as a concept. We've done our best to come up with eerie-sounding names for them.
Our fourth region, Osaka, might have been released a bit later than promised, but hey, at least the car drivers learned to drive on the right side of the road- which, in the end, turned out to be wrong.
You wouldn't believe how hard it was to come up with a name for the Christmas Event. Before we came up with the "Polar Rescue," we considered names like "Bothersome Blizzard" or "Total Ice-olation.
By now we all feel a bit Airsick from all of the Airport events- which is why we've thought of new, smaller and shorter events such as Easter Island.
The Summer resort event was a blast, especially when dolphins and speedy boats multiplied and created conga lines- we wish we could have joined them!
After a bit of your feedback, we made the team change the name from "Pancakes" to "Crêpes" in the Le Havre region- of course, it happened only after a long explanation of their differences!
Derek, the astronaut from the Sea Space Launch, was inspired by our producer Laci- but he did not stay far in space for too long…
I swore that if one Port Manager came with a ticket for Axetinguisher, I would make the colleague responsible for the name to respond to this player instead. Then we saw the Danish translation.
To this very day, there are moments of confusion when someone asks about a PC in their inquiry- so now you will get to hear about both Port City and ComPuters simultaneously to avoid the confusion.
"Vroom!" was a legitimate suggestion as an event name, but not everybody was on board with this innovative idea. So we went with the “Port Prix” instead.
I am delighted to see that you've joined us on this journey, and together with our whole team, we hope that you'll stay sailing with us for a long time Port Manager. Boat ahoy!