Train Station 2: Steam Empire 12+

Build Railroads in US & Europe

Pixel Federation Games

Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Manage trains, collect goods, and build an awesome railway. But mostly, enjoy the game!

All the railway lovers, train collectors and train simulation enthusiasts who love everything rail transport related unite! It’s time to put your trains on rails and build a global railway empire. Become a railway tycoon and enjoy a beautiful train simulation journey full of surprises, achievements and challenging contracts.

Discover and collect hundreds of famous real-life trains. It can become quite challenging sometimes, but as a railway tycoon looking to build the biggest railway empire in the world you’ll find a way. Develop your station and produce various products as some contractors may ask for something more than just raw materials.

Upgrading trains comes in handy because an upgraded train fleet is way more powerful when completing contracts and can save a lot of time! Did you know that there are train rarity categories? The rarer the train the higher the hauling capacity, just keep that in mind. Bending rules has never been easier either.

TrainStation 2 Features:
▶ Own the most popular trains from history of rail transport
▶ Collect famous trains, upgrade them and reach their full potential
▶ Meet interesting contractors and complete rail logistics jobs
▶ Coordinate and dispatch your trains according to your own strategy
▶ Enhance your railway station and build bigger and better rail facilities
▶ Explore new global regions as your trains travel through them
▶ Play new events every month in the TrainStation 2 world
▶ Team up with fellow train enthusiasts during events & work together
▶ Compete in leaderboards to become the biggest railway tycoon
▶ Dispatch trains to collect resources and deliver those to your contractors to complete jobs

So are you up for a challenge to collect the most trains, to build and manage a global trains empire and become the biggest railway tycoon in the TrainStation 2 world?

Have you encountered a contract which does not suit you at the moment? Say no more! You can easily swap the contract requirements to get a better fit.

PLEASE NOTE! TrainStation 2 is an online free simulation game to download and play that requires a network connection to play. Some in-game items can also be purchased for real money. if you don't want to use this feature please disable in-app purchases in your device's settings.

Do you have any suggestions or problems in your train station? Our caring community managers would love to hear from you, visit https://care.pxfd.co/trainstation2!

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Do you enjoy our tycoon simulation game? Follow @TrainStation2 on social media to get the latest news and updates.

What’s New

Version 3.7.0

STEAMPUNK EVENT IS BACK!
▶ With the power core stolen, Tinker Hugh can't finish his newest invention. Join detective Watson in the pursuit of the culprit
▶ The event is available for Train Managers above level 12 from February 6th to February 26th
ALSO IN NEW UPDATE:
▶ We'll take you on a flight with airport mini event available from March 1st
▶ Upgraded train list for better experience
▶ UX and UI tweaks

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
73.1K Ratings

73.1K Ratings

USAF/AD-RET/25 ,

Great Game

I have played this game exclusively now for a few years and I am very satisfied with the game play. I am a veteran so I have a very keen competitive spirit. When you enter the competitions it is a push of resilience! Who will cross the track in first place! You can gage another players willingness to pay their way to the finish line by how quickly they get through each stage. When you are evenly matched and everyone wants the 350 coins it gets very intense, I’ve been in some competitions where I dont think the other players slept for hours. The graphics are great, the story lines need a lot of work, the update in Germany was inspiring, but more work within each geographic region should be engineered. I also suggest the trains go on a more realistic route that you can check on. Going around in small circles takes away from the experience. Lastly the game is pretty lacking as far as diversity in the characters. I know it has a good brushing of everyone, but I would love to see more diversity in the characters. Love Love Love the game, see you at the yard! One addition should be in the rewards department it seems to be the same over and over, every once in awhile place a fully powered train for the first place position. Great job team!

Developer Response ,

Hello USAF/AD-RET/25 , thank you for your feedback! We are grateful for the time you spent describing your experience with Train Station 2. And now it's our turn to forward your feedback & discuss it with our Production Team! :) We sincerely hope that the game will bring you a lot of fun and enjoyment! - Mata, CM

Arnold Diaz ,

A good diversion, for a week

I know some people are very serious about their games. Maybe they are single and jobless, and can devote the majority of their waking hours to gameplay, but that is not me. I like diversions that will interest and engage me for a few minutes to an hour at a time. This is not one of those.

For a week. You are given a small village/country and several tasks to build railroads and deliver items to certain places, and the tasks require 1-5 minutes to accomplish. It’s fun to balance the acquisition of raw materials and turn them into cash and/or developed goods and/or larger railroads. There’s an engaging sense of balance with tasks and upgrades and acquisitions, etc.

Then, rather suddenly, every task will require an hour to accomplish. This means, you set your 3-6 trains onto a task, and then…do nothing for an hour. This essentially means you will end up playing the game for three minutes at a time, sending your trains on their way, and then closing out. Then you go away and come back when you can, collect your items, send your trains on 3-6 more hour-long tasks, and close out. After a few days of this, I realized, this just isn’t any fun, and it’s not changing, only getting worse. Where's the fun? Where’s the sense of accomplishment? In short, you realize you’re not playing the game any more, but it's playing you. It’s all obligations, and no entertainment.

Developer Response ,

Hello Arnold Diaz , we're sorry to hear about your negative experience with the ad features. All ads are operated by the ad providers and unfortunately, all issues must be forwarded to them in order to get fixed. Although we understand why this may be frustrating, we sincerely hope it won't affect your joy from the game! - Ruth, CM

jordancj21 ,

Genuine 5 star review

The game itself is nothing special, it’s entertaining and all...but the real reason I gave it 5 stars is the business model of the game developers. Most “free” games are pay to win or advance in any reasonable manner. Sure, in this game you can pay to speed up the process but they do it so much better: the diamonds (essentially premium currency), you can pay to get or you can get in other ways throughout the game like rewards for certain benchmarks and other things. Most games give you a bit of the premium currency at the start and none ever after that unless you pay. Not TrainStation2. And ads. I don’t think I ever been more content with ads in a game than I am in TrainStation2. You don’t watch any ads unless you opt to. So many games nowadays bombard you with ads after mere minutes or even seconds of gameplay. TrainStation2 will only play ads if you choose to play an ad for a reward (say, double your regular payment or for premium currency). Never have I watched an unsolicited ad in TrainStation2. I actually end up watching more ads because I’ve chosen to watch them on my own free will rather than being bombarded with them.

Once again, the game is ok, but keep up the work on ads and diamonds, and I’ll gladly stand by this review!

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