Jane Westlake Adventures - The Mystery Train

Jane Westlake Adventures - The Mystery Train

This game seem to be at it’s early state of development?

After 30min of testing:

  • There are MANY Bugs. But I see much potential!!
  • Graphic is nice

Real player with 2.9 hrs in game

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+++ easy 100 % Achievements

Good for Achievement Hunters only

Buy with Discount 3

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Jane Westlake Adventures - The Mystery Train on Steam

Ride To Canada

Ride To Canada

Ride to Canada was kind of boring for the first 90 minutes, but I think it can be very enjoyable if you have the patience to understand its appeal. The game has a long tutorial phase so it takes awhile for the challenge to start. I personally found it very fun to grind the leaderboard; finding the best route could take a lot of attempts and experimenting. There are 5 locations with multiple stages, each one has its own leaderboard. Unfortunately, the score potential is very limited, as there are only so many correct paths for each map (I expect to see some identical scores eventually). The game does a good job of mixing up mechanics, there are plenty of different tools that will completely change the gameplay.

Real player with 11.6 hrs in game

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Pretty easy to pick up, but surprisingly hard to master. The game has 20 cities, which are broken down into 5 levels each, 4 are puzzle levels that rate you based on time taken. There seems to be 1 ideal solution for each level, and the time is allotted for 3 stars for exactly that(you’ll finish with 1s left). The 5th level in each stage is a run-out-the-clock score attack stage, and plays differently because of it. In the puzzle levels, you can make a single path to achieve your goal(s) and the level ends, but in the final levels, you need to score as much as you can without wrecking for an extended period of time.

Real player with 2.5 hrs in game

Ride To Canada on Steam

Conduct DELUXE!

Conduct DELUXE!

You’ve seen this kind of game before. The frantic adjust-the-train-switches-so-trains-don’t-collide game, BUT… This is a really good one. I don’t know what about it makes it so enjoyable. Maybe it’s how varied nad interesting looking the tracks are.

Bridges, tunnels that make trains reappear somewhere else, as well as many varying enciromenments.

This, along with the ability to select your own trains, as well as having you actually expected to transport passengers from place to place (Which also means, if your train is yellow, and heading towards a yellow station, any yellow passengers form stations it passes along the way will also board it) all work together to make this the best game of it’s kind that I’ve played so far. (Granted I haven’t played many, but I still feel like this is one of the better ones)

Real player with 39.4 hrs in game

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The best way I can describe this game is: it’s like juggling three coloured balls where they change colour mid air and in which two more balls and a chainsaw are thrown at you during the course of your act.

The levels themselves are mostly fair and well designed (I’ll come back to that in a minute) and the controls are lenient enough to where when you fail you can only blame yourself.

The music is a nice complement to the gameplay and the art style is nice and simplistic.

Another nice feature is that you can choose which levels to unlock first which has the bonus effect of being able to leave a difficult level for another which makes the game a lot less frustrating when you meet a level that you just can’t quite complete.

Real player with 37.8 hrs in game

Conduct DELUXE! on Steam

Tumbleweed Express

Tumbleweed Express

Hi, I just played this game and I can’t believe it.

People are noting that it’s “ONLY 7-10 Hours of Gameplay”.

Only? The game is $5. The cheapest McDonalds meal you can buy is $5.69. Have you ever eaten a Mc Donald’s meal for 7-10 hours? More like 10 minutes. Have you ever played a pinball game for 10 hours with $5? Have you ever done ANYTHING for 10 hours of entertainment for $5? They are basically charging you .50/hr to play this game.

The art style is very, VERY good. You are treated to authentic train maps and rotating items in the game during loading screens (like in Skyrim). The voice acting is really cute and amusing, and MAN the music. The music is absolutely phenomenal, it’s BETTER than the music in most professionally released games.

Real player with 24.3 hrs in game

Tumbleweed Express is a rail shooter with tower defense elements. A rail shooter where you protect a train on rails….yup. Anyways, you control a 360 degree rotating turret on top of a caboose in an old west steampunk world where blimps and dirigibles have overtaken railroads as the main method of cargo transportation. You inherit the tumbleweed express from a dead family member and as the new owner it’s your job to ride the rails to glory.

The graphics fit the theme of the game prefectly and so does the music. It also sounds like the narrator is using a fake southern accent and that’s a bit off-putting. Game progression is stage based with the option to replay each stage as many times as you want. I’m glad you’re able to do this because the difficulty curve is sharp and soon enough you’ll become overwhelmed by all the crap coming at ya from all around ya. Upgrades include cool stuff like being able to buy more cars for your train so you can add automated turrets. You can also hire engineers that’ll repair your traincars and different types of gunners that will also shoot stuff on their own. There’s also turret upgrades and different types of turrets you can purchase such as cannons. I’m not too far in it but it looks like there’s a lot to this game. Each stage has multiple side-objectives you can enable to get a bigger reward if you complete them however it also increases the difficulty of the stage. And since you can replay each stage you can experiment with those to see if the risk is worth the reward. There are secrets hidden in each stage too that will uncover more of the story but they aren’t necessary.

Real player with 10.3 hrs in game

Tumbleweed Express on Steam

War Trains

War Trains

There’s virtually nothing here. It’s not worth calling this a game. It really shouldn’t be on Steam, imo. Unfinished and broken.

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

this game is a waste of time, it is too basic and i feel it is a money grabber to rip you off

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

War Trains on Steam

Beware of Trains

Beware of Trains

I really like this game. But, the best part of this game is chaos mode. You can use derailment properties, distractions, and explosives. To get a good score on chaos mode, you have to plan the crash out. Will you need explosive barrels? Ramps? Glue? Use your imagination to get a high score. If you get a good score (at least 1,000), nice job. If you didn’t, as the saying goes, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.“I wish you good luck.

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Real player with 78.8 hrs in game

Super satisfying, great art style! Picked this up because I love destruction physics :)


  • Challenging levels that really got me thinking (love the market level)

  • Great art style (and really hilarious ragdolls)

  • Gif friendly and slow mo capabilities

  • Chaos mode!!!


Some lag on system

If the devs see this I REALLY REALLY HOPE you guys can include some features including:

  • Ability to rewind and go forward on a slider (it’d be awesome)

  • Destructable buildings and vehicles (visual damage!)

Real player with 12.2 hrs in game

Beware of Trains on Steam

Pandemic Train

Pandemic Train

What is Pandemic Train?

In Pandemic Train you are in charge of the crew aboard a train roaming the postapocalyptic wasteland, ravaged by both war and a deadly plague. Your goal is to survive long enough to discover the cure… or die trying. Humanity’s fate is in your hands! Start your journey now!

You are in charge!

Pandemic Train is a survival simulation game in which you manage the crew as well as the passengers aboard the old school train carried by a steam engine. The in-game universe is characterized by an alternative timeline, in which a catastrophic viral outbreak has decimated the world’s population. The mysterious plague kills the infected within 24 hours, leading to widespread panic, riots, and war. The world is in ruin, and you are the only hope for its survival. Travel through the wasteland, gather the resources, fight off the bandits, and do your best to research the cure for the disease!


In Pandemic Train the world has become a very inhospitable place. Every person can carry the disease, so you have to choose your crew very wisely. People will die along the way, and you have to minimalize the damage. The resources are scarce, so you have to distribute them very carefully. And worst of all - there are lots of hungry wolves around. And by ‘hungry wolves’ we mean desperate people who perceive your train as a fat prize. Or sometimes - as an opportunity for a better life. You have to decide whether it’s better to fight them off or welcome aboard.

Manage the resources

In the harsh reality of Pandemic Train, you need to be self-sufficient - you grow your own food, breed the livestock, gather and purify your own drinking water, and do the essential repairs. You have to utilize every bit of scrap or junk you have at your disposal and turn it into something useful. This often leads to some difficult decisions, for example - rarely there’s enough medicine for everyone, so you’ll have to decide who is worth the treatment, and who is going be left to die.

Fight the plague!

The main goal of your actions is to create a vaccine and save the remnants of humanity from extinction. The longer you manage to keep the train moving, the less likely the crew will have the contact with the virus, and your scientists - more time to work on the medication. You can customize the train to your needs - decide how many people are on it and how many train cars are going to be attached to the engine. But remember - the bigger the party, the harder it is to keep it in check. You are the only hope for mankind. You are the last hope… for humanity.

Pandemic Train on Steam

Vidora’s Silence

Vidora’s Silence

Assemble a crew of various skills and venture out into Vidora’s wilderness in search of precious minerals. Your way of transport is AsmiCorp’s finest mining rig, the Series 61 train. A fully customizable, fast and enduring machine with capabilities to house crew, refine the minerals you mine and get you across Vidora’s landscape efficiently.

Your Crew

Starting out you have to preform most tasks yourself and on your own, this will not last long as you grow your crew. Crew members can be recruited to your train from crew vendors and be assigned specific roles such as Miners, Hunters, Armsman and others. You strategically place and command your crew to increase efficiency and survivability.

Your Train

With the modular design of AsmiCorp’s Series 61 mining rig, you are in control of the carts that it has, the equipment on board, increasing your housing space to house the crew you hire and ensuring that there is enough power to run everything. Keep in mind rookie, to build extra carts and onboard equipment you desire will require you to have the sufficient funds, materials and reputation to do so.


Each expedition outside the safety of your mining rig, requires planning and strategizing. This will not only ensure you deliver what you gather, mine and harvest back to your rig successfully but also increase the chances of you and your crew making it back safely, as Vidora and her creatures are known to punish unexperienced miners and their mistakes.

Majority of Vidora’s creatures rely highly on their sense of hearing. Making any sudden noises in her wilderness will definitely anger the creatures that surround you thus making preforming loud tasks like mining and shooting weapons very dangerous and require the suitable equipment, fire power and planning to complete your expeditions and return safely.


As an AsmiCorp miner, your main goal is to mine the minerals above and beneath Vidora’s surface. Along your expeditions, you will come across many valuable and interesting minerals, the most important being Asmegite. In order to extract these minerals, you will be required to use the many unique tools and equipment that AsmiCorp has provided you with or you have crafted. But be warned, harvesting Vidora’s precious minerals angers her and her creatures, so mining expeditions will not be easy or safe.

Gameplay Features

  • Construct your train (base), build carts, upgrade interior etc.

  • Explore a 34 square km open world on your train, on foot and other vehicles.

  • Hire crew with specific attributes, assign roles and lead your team.

  • Mine deep into the world with the help of explosives and powered mining tools.

  • Clear out Safe Zones to unlock new carts and upgrades.

  • Strategically balance your train’s oxygen, food supply, fuel, crew and more.

Vidora's Silence on Steam



First off this game is great. The puzzles are short and fun to figure out, the world that you play in is mysterious, and the steam powered train is a really cool way to progress in a VR game. (Also, the music is really good and makes the atmosphere much better)

This game does have its flaws though. It is short. I beat the game in ninty minutes. I play alot of puzzle games so I can fly through some puzzles. So, realistically the game would be an hour and a half to two hours tops. I did run into some frame rate issues where it would drop during some puzzle sequences, but not bad enough to make me sick. (Graphics card is GTX 970)

Real player with 4.8 hrs in game

This was VERY good. I got stuck the first run through, but restarted it again, and completed it with relish, so the puzzles aren’t too hard for the stupid people like me.. It’s basically a Half-Life 2 puzzle experience (complete with a gravity gun) set at night in the woods, with a typical (and crisp) VR aesthetic. It drips with mood and atmosphere, and the lighting is superb.

It’s teleport only, which might piss people off, but it shouldn’t. If you have to teleport across a field or large space, than teleportation isn’t ideal, but than, that experience isn’t ideal either. In Conductor and other good TP games, teleporting is fine, because you don’t have to traverse a huge space, and everything is closer to you. I’d rather play a VR game spaced out properly using TP locomotion, than some quasi-VR game with multiple locomotion options that dillute the experience. I don’t know, I can’t express this point properly, but suffice it to say, if you put in the work and design around teleportation locomotion, then it’s great.

! Like in Skyrim or something, you end up just playing the game like the 2d version, but you’re standing up in your room. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2yOzLO3SuA8

Real player with 4.1 hrs in game

Conductor on Steam



i’ll be honest, i really love this game. it’s simple to play, and very challenging. along with the super fast speed given it’s a bullet train simulator.

there are moments where the game can be glitchy, random roads colliding into the road, along with other bugs.

for example some corp trains could block the road invisibly and their locos are fully straight. some roads colliding into walls and hills, but it gives the construction missions a purpose.

the graphics are simple, yet the lighting makes it beautiful, even in a low poly game such as this.

Real player with 80.8 hrs in game

This is a great concept but is too broken, glitchy, and irratating to be fun. I love the idea of cruising at 1000 km/h exchanging goods and passengers between cities or laying and fixing track but this is not what I got. I got a game that thinks dying for no reason is fun. A game that thinks going slow is fun. A game that thinks what I need when driving down a seemingly normal road is corkscrews and loops with breaks in them that are impossible to see. A game that breaks down when driving 1000 for too long. A game that caps your speed at 1000 such that powerups that used to boost your speed now slow you down. A game that…

Real player with 55.7 hrs in game

Hypertrain on Steam