Tracky Train

Tracky Train

Tracky Train is a game that will take you back to the 19th century when trains were the most advanced way of transportation. In this arcade game you will command a machine that lays tracks so the challenge here is to always stay ahead of the train that comes after or you will fail.

This gameplay makes Tracky Train a fast-paced game where you will have to make decisions very quickly or the future ahead of you will not look that rosy. Fortunately if you hit an object, such as a tree, you will not die instantly – instead just lay the track in a different spot and you should be all fine. This is not the case if the train catches you – then everything ends. While laying track you will also see golden coins – lay track on them and when the train passes it will collect the gold, which you can later use to upgrade the train and add more features to it. At the same time the train will collect passengers so you must lay track close to the train stations that you will see so that passengers can get on or off the train. They do not seem to pay for this service so make sure to collect the gold coins that you will get to see. To prevent you from getting bored Tracky Train will provide you with 12 different engines and carriage types as well as with five colorful environments and the so-called prestigious passengers. The app, however, needs some more work in the graphics department – everything is in large pixels, which degrades the visual quality but there’s little you can do.

To wrap it up – Tracky Train is a fun and challenging game that is perfectly suitable for small children and grown-ups. The game will challenge you so try to beat it – if you can!

Tracky Train is here on Google Play.

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