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Park My Train Game

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Game intro: In the wide realm of online car games, there is a huge dearth of locomotives. These lumbering staples of public transport are often underrepresented in gaming, with most gamers gravitating towards games that feature exciting racing cars instead of old, boring trains.


How to play: Players can click on the trains directly, or they could use the button and lever on the lower right to make the trains move.


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An In-depth Look at Park My Train

 

In the wide realm of online car parking games, there is a huge dearth of locomotives. These lumbering staples of public transport are often underrepresented in gaming, with most gamers gravitating towards games that feature exciting racing cars instead of old, boring trains.

But Park My Train will try to change all that. It is a puzzle-action game hybrid. Players will take the role of a train-master, making sure that the trains reach their proper stations while solving puzzles and avoiding obstacles along the way.

Controls: There are two options for controls. Players can click on the trains directly, or they could use the button and lever on the lower right to make the trains move. The second option is better since you don't have to chase the trains around the screen to control them.

Graphics: Graphics are simple and not distracting. The animations could use a little more work though.

Sounds: One word: annoying. For this game, turn the volume down or mute it if you don't want to be irritated by the sounds of trains crashing.

Gameplay: The premise is simple enough, and the game provides variety by introducing obstacles (controlling multiple trains, collecting bogies for bonus points, avoiding express trains, etcetera) throughout the levels. But playing the game for the first time is a frustrating experience. The instructions are unclear and you have to click your way around the screen to know what you're supposed to be doing. For example, no instructions were given about using the railroad directional signs to control the train's route. It would take a lot of train crashes before anyone would get the hang of this game.

Overall: If players can get past the steep learning curve, they'll find a game that could offer them moderate excitement at best. The concept behind Park My Train is interesting enough, but the gameplay leaves a lot to be desired.