Conduct THIS! – Train Action 4+

Award Winning Puzzle Game

Northplay

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 2.4K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

Description

Conduct THIS! is an addictive game of explosive railway action that will challenge your inner conductor.

Set in a stunning world, with incredibly simple controls you race against time to bring passengers safely to their destination by commanding trains, switching tracks and avoiding collisions in increasingly challenging action-puzzles.

As you progress you unlock new trains, gain access to new beautiful and mysterious regions and earn awards.

• Conduct trains in beautiful low-poly 3D worlds
• Simple and intuitive gameplay for everyone, just tap to start/stop trains and control switches
• Transport passengers, earn coins and unlock new themed regions
• Unlock trains found in the real world, such as the French TGV and Japanese Shinkansen, to expand your train collection
• Seriously challenging puzzles in clever levels that will push you to the limit
• Earn awards for completing regions and marvel at your success in the company HQ
• Share your most explosive crashes with your friends
• Fantastic soundtrack by composer Simon Kölle
• Winner of the International Mobile Gaming Awards in the category of Best Quickplay game.

“We love this challenging puzzle game” – Apple
“The low-poly visuals are gorgeous, the music is incredibly well done, and the puzzles themselves are clever and challenging.” – AppAdvice
“Conduct THIS! is one of the fresh breaths of air and originality that the App Store needs from time to time” – Applesfera
“Conduct This is a gorgeous-challenging game of skill, what feels like such a Transport Tycoon on Red Bull” – Check App

Terms of Use: https://conductthis.com/terms

What’s New

Version 2.11.1

This update just brings a quick fix to level 127 (It's Alive) where a few specific trains would explode at the start of the level.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
2.4K Ratings

2.4K Ratings

Editors’ Notes

Don’t be fooled by this wickedly fun puzzler. Guiding tiny trains to their stations might look like kid’s stuff, but as the obstacles add up, you’ll be frantically tapping to find a way around collisions. We love the feeling of controlled chaos on each track, and the real-life train models that rewarded our progress kept us coming back.

Stary pony ,

The Best Kind of Train Game Out There

A LOT of people said that the game was too hard, and I honestly have to agree. However, I feel like it’s the right kind of hard that makes you want to come back for more. Another reason I really like this game? ADS! That sounds really wrong guys, I know, but bear with me. The ads are child friendly (for the most part) and very dispersed, meaning that after you complete a level, there isn’t always an ad (like I know a lot of devs do). Reason #3 : The game doesn’t bombard you with stuff you can purchase after failing a level. Most games say this: “Hey! You failed! Want to buy this bundle of power ups to help? Well, if not this one how bout this one? Please?” Conduct This says: “Oh, I’m sorry you crashed. Maybe you can send the video to all of you friends, they might get a kick out of it.” This is a very good game guys, I recommend.

S. Café ,

Fun game that builds coordination.

This game helps in building coordination skill by managing the paths of trains determining where they need to go to efficiently route passengers and not crash into each other.

Note to developer: this would be 5 star game except one issue with the controls. The imprecise selection ability of trains and switches while a train is on a switch can be frustrating. So when a train is on a junction and a player would like to either stop the train or switch directions at the junction there is no defined place to tap for switching the direction so often the unintended action happens when trying to accomplish one or the other. One suggestion to alleviate this problem would be by adding a defined area (maybe a small stylized “track switch” depending on the level theme) that players can tap on that will switch junction directions, as opposed to the non-defined tap area on the track that currently makes the switch.

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