The trains appear randomly from both sides of the screen. The player has to touch the screen at the correct places to quickly build a side track, directing the trains to the correct routes. For example, a train marked "4" has to reach track 4 and disappear on the other side. Directing the trains to the correct routes grants the player points. Failure to do so results in point loss. If two trains are about to collide, the player can stop them by pressing them with the finger. However, it is impossible to hold the trains indefinitely, as new trains will keep appearing regularly and eventually collide with each other if the player is not fast enough.
The levels represent various cities and other locations in Australia. Each level has a different layout and difficulty level. The easiest levels have three tracks, and their number increases as the player advances on the map. On harder levels, trains appear more frequently, and their paths become more complicated. In addition, there are night levels (called "night shifts") with ghost trains and other supernatural phenomena. Ghost trains can't crash, but they are also impossible to stop.
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