Raildale is an exciting railway building and development game. The rules of the game are rather simple: the gamer connects multi-color cities with railways. There are many features like new cities, switches and traffic lights, fines and rewards. The gamer has to prevent train crashes and go to same color cities. In case of train crash there are big fines to fix it. Gamers win the level in case of positive balance within a specific time frame.
• Send the train to same color city
• New cities appear
• When the train visits its destination you win a reward
• Draw rails – they cost
• Prevent train crashes
• Call the service train to fix damages
• Stay with a positive balance and move on to the next level
• iCloud synchronisation between all your iOS and Mac OS X devices
• Additional features: express train, sporadic damages, and many more surprises
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Kind of tough to play.
Need quick deciding brain and fingers, too bad that take your money for any smallest mistake like delaying train, and sends two trains at the same time against each other, other than that it's kind of fun. So my suggestion, make it more enjoyable not sufferible.
Don't like it
Stupid game! The video on the App Store just shows lots of crashes; doesn't help you learn the game. The first level gives you very little in the way of instruction. Tapping on the locomotive in the lower left corner makes a sound, but what does it do? Sometimes when a train is approaching a station, another one appears coming out of it. There is no time to stop either one. They crash. What can you do? There are lights posted along the rails; sometimes when you tap them and turn them red, they stop a train, sometimes they don't. Why are there gray trains? There are no gray stations. These are some of the problems I have with this game. Can anyone help? Never mind; I'm deleting it.
Bit dumb at times, but possible
Several months ago, I wrote this:
"This game is so stupid. It actually sends trains from one station when one is still coming in another direction. Level 5 is impossible."
Since then, I've beaten both level 5 and 6.
So, it's not always impossible.
But it doesn't follow logic. But as long as the game's not being dumb, and you are able to get all the switches/points set right, it is possible to win.
Some times it's luck. One time on Level 6 I failed after only 6 of the 41 trains. The following time, however, I managed to get all trains through with no accidents.
- Anton Zherdev
- 16.9 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © Anton Zherdev
- In-App Purchases
- 20 slow motions $0.99
- 50 slow motions $1.99
- 200 slow motions $4.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.