Nestled beneath the streets of London and many other cities around the world lies the Underground, a hellish subterranean domain inhabited by two major species. The first is the impatient office worker, a suited drone who knows exactly where they are going at all times yet is nevertheless inexplicably ever-so-slightly late for a meeting. The second is the permanently confused tourist, a lifeform who is expected to translate incomprehensible glyphs in seconds to navigate their way through a confusing maze to their next train. The two species hate each other utterly but are forced to co-exist, jammed together as one on the great social equaliser known as public transport.
The London Underground holds a special place in the hearts of many, admittedly I am sure there are those who hate it, but there are a select few who doubtless have a deep fascination with it. As a non-Londoner, I don’t really have much of a fascination with it, but that just might change thanks to London Underground Simulator – The Circle Line.