Frisky Hands-On: Train Conductor 2 USA

Thu, Jul 15, 2010

iPhone, Mobile

The Voxel Agents’ Train Conductor 2 USA looks to pick up right where the original left off by providing more exciting gameplay, themes and a cross country trip around the USA in one, low-priced package. Thanks to the great team at The Voxel Agents’, we were able to get our hands on the game and can share the experience with you.

Train Conductor 2 immediately connects to Facebook in order to pull in friend and leaderboard information that allows you to challenge your friends’ scores on each level. In the game, there are several levels to choose from, each from the United States and each with their own backstory to relate to the game. For instance, Nashville has been overrun with ghosts and ghouls that can pass through each other, Las Vegas simply only has ghosts that must be tossed to either the top or bottom and New York has plenty of Subway trains headed in each, every direction.

The gameplay is simple in that all you have to accomplish is taking the trains to the correct track (indicated by the color or front of the train) by swiping your finger in that direction. Each time a train successfully makes it to the correct rail, you score a point. The idea is that you can play the game endlessly, provided none of your trains collide with one another. If your trains do collide, the game must be restarted and you’ll be shown your score compared to your friends and have the ability to share it with Twitter or Facebook. Depending on your score, you may have unlocked other cities to play as well.

If you liked the first Train Conductor and want to see more then head over to the iTunes App Store and download Train Conductor 2 USA for only 99¢

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