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Take on the Trainz Trouble challenge in 69 Levels!
Can you keep the wheels in motion as trains speed to their various destinations? Plan the route, change the junctions, time the stops, and avoid the trouble...it all sounds so simple!
* CAUTION: Infuriatingly Addictive Gameplay Ahead! *
Rock-piles, level crossings and runaway trains are just a few of the obstacles in your way. Use your sharp mind to figure out the right path, and your fast fingers to tap in the right place at the right time.
And if at first you don't succeed...try, try and try again!
24 x USA Levels
15 x UK Levels
15 x Australia Levels
15 x Germany Levels
Loads of puzzles to solve, suitable for all ages. New levels provide new challenges and new gameplay features. We even supply some solutions and speed controls to make things easier if you need a helping hand.
quality puzzles for beginners to experts
awesome train crashes
gentle learning curve
spectacular train smashes
increasing difficulty as you solve each level
explosive train pile-ups
advanced 3D graphics
speeding runaway trains
in-game store to help you solve puzzles more easily
trains crashing into cars
more levels available for a small price
trains crashing into trains...and cows and deer and kangaroos
more levels coming soon!
Puzzler about trainsivangroznyi1 | Sept. 14, 2013 | See all ivangroznyi1's reviews »
Trainz Trouble is a trains game, but this time you will not be driving a train but controlling and switching tracks so every train can safely reach its destination. So it's more of a logical puzzle game with train theme than a simulation. But does it make it a bad game? Not at all. It's pretty much fun and the deeper you go into the game the more brainwork is needed to guarantee safety to the trains you are responsible for. And there are like 70 levels to solve. Fortunately the game looks very nice, so it doesn't hurt your eyes when you do your job. I think the game is also available for Android, but it plays so well on a PC that I didn't even bother to try the Android version.