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Train Games on the Right Track

These games are engineered to satisfy your desire to take control of the railway. All aboard!

Conduct THIS!

This game has just three controls: start, stop, and switch rails. Your objective: Shuttle the commuters. It may sound simple, but with serpentine tracks and an ever-increasing possibility of collision, passengers may not reach their destination in the way they hoped.

    Conduct THIS! – Train Action

    Award Winning Puzzle Game

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Paper Train: Traffic

Paper Train: Traffic’s animations have a hand-drawn, pen-and-ink look. Set against a backdrop of graph paper, the art is reminiscent of (very detailed) doodles. Although it’s essentially a track-switching game, Paper Train: Traffic also has a speed mode, in which one second the old steam engines are chugging away slowly, the next they’re flying along like a light rail.

    Paper Train: Traffic

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Tiny Rails

Tiny Rails is a business-simulation game that requires you to think about more than whether the trains will arrive on time. With graphics that harken back to the 16-bit days, the game’s impressive rail network extends across North America. Your aim may be to expand your railroad business, but you’re also free to ride the rails and enjoy the scenery.

    Tiny Rails

    Tiny Train, Big Adventure!

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Infinite Train

In the world of train-themed games, Infinite Train is an oddity. Its small locomotives don’t glide smoothly across the track; they jerk forward. And as you progress, the train can transform into a pirate ship or a piece of sushi. Infinite Train is absurd but charming—and perfect for when you want to switch to a less traditional track.

    Infinite Train

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