Could this be a game for you ? Timexpress, a railway game

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by timexpress, Jun 15, 2017.

  1. timexpress

    timexpress New Member

    Jun 15, 2017
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    Hi to all here

    Would be nice to hear your opinion about this game.

    Timexpress is at first a railway simulation, but also it will become an adventure.
    Get your first engine and your first waggons, drive through different levels and explore your own world, help to build up Steam Valley ... there will be many things you can do.

    You are playing in an open world, can do what you want. You can drive, you can stop where you want, leave the engine and walk through the level. You can enter houses, find items and money, speak to people.
    Then you can enter your engine, drive to the next level, and do the same. Or you walk to the next level, if there is a way to it. Sometimes maybe.

    The game is still under construction. But a playable version with the first levels is available.
    You can download it from


    Have a look to the videos and screenshots of the game



    #1 timexpress, Jun 15, 2017
    Last edited: Jun 18, 2017
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  2. Chronos

    Chronos New Member

    Jun 17, 2017
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    not being rude. But when you have xbox games, and even normal text based ones. this is way off the mark and I say on most peoples part. No one wants to play with trains. lets fight some shit.

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