Train Tracking (Windows)

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Train Tracking is a game about one of Britain's more bizarre pasttimes, Trainspotting. You start the game with only an overhead view of the station and a list of serial numbers. The point of the game is to check them off as the matching train passes through. For each Day (Day is the name for a level in this game, there's totally 29) you play the number of serials and tracks to view increase. There is a time limit for this and if you fail three times it's game over.

There's over 2500 random train stations, with five settings (Country, Town and City Stations, Industrial Depots and Express Bonus Rounds) meaning that each round will different from the other. The game has the typical British weather condition of rain, snow and lightning.


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Netjak Feb 09, 2004 9.1 out of 10 91


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Essentially a copy of Sensible's farewell title for the Commodore Amiga, Sensible Trainspotting, the developers attracted the ire of former Sensible employee and VG journalist Stuart Campbell when they (according to him) failed to acknowledge the origins of the game. Instead of contacting the Codemasters legal department (as they own all of Sensible's IP), Stuart Campbell tried the sort the situation with Demon Star, but when they haven't answered what did he do? Made the full version available for free in his homepage.
Kabushi (209401) added Train Tracking (Windows) on Feb 02, 2005