A fun little game which takes place in small cabins where a train collects supplies.
In this interesting little game made for DOS about fifteen years ago, you play an ever-increasing-in-length train which chugs around small cabins collecting supplies. Although the game is pretty old, its age does not outshine its great game play qualities.
The uncomplicated game situates a train’s engine in a closed room with only one door – which is locked. To unlock it, simply collect all the stuff in the room. As you collect things, your train increases in length, making it harder to collect and thus leave the level.
The interesting thing to note about the game is that what you collect - and the order in which its collected – is visable on your train. Gold creates a gold carriage; wood creates a carriage full of logs, etc.
It’s not challenging, but it is exceptionally long. Personally, I have no idea how many levels there are but there feels like a lot and for a game made that long ago, its really enjoyable. Take a break from the complexities of life and just drive a train around collecting things. Simple, honest fun.