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Tetsudou-Oh (鉄道王? lit. Railroad Baron) is a railroad themed board game developed by DB-Soft for the Famicom and published at the end of 1987. It was only published in Japan, and it has never been translated from Japanese. It was followed by two sequels, Tetsudou O '96 and Tetsudou O 2, both released for the PlayStation. A remake of the original game was released for the mobile phone platform as Tetsudou-Oh NEO.
The board is laid out like a complicated arrangement of railroad tracks, called the Momotaro Electric Railway series. Players take turns, advancing a number of space as determined by a spinning wheel, attempting to collect money to expand their operations. Similar to the game Monopoly, players attempt to buy as many stations as possible, in and effort to be named the "Railroad Baron." Unlike Monopoly, possession of certain stations allowed trains to take alternate routes to different sections of land.