iPad RailRoad Madness (Fans of Flight Control - Check this out)

Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by lbgirlgamer, Jul 15, 2009.

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  1. lbgirlgamer

    lbgirlgamer New Member

    Jul 15, 2009
    Railroad Madness is an easy to learn and hard to master game great for all ages. Railroad Madness is highly addictive, fun and entertaining.

    Put on your thinking cap because you’re in charge of the whole train yard operation. As the conductor, you must make sure your cargo and passenger trains arrive safely.

    With a tap of the switching arrows you will direct the trains through the train tracks to their correct station. Be careful… Every move counts.

    Don’t get “sidetracked”... as the switch operator you need to make sure your trains don’t crash.

    Just when you think you got the hang of it, the pace increases as the speed of trains and their frequency in which they enter the game field becomes fast and furious. All of the sudden... Its Railroad Madness!

    After your first game you won’t want to put it down. You will want to compete against your high scores and the high scores of other conductors which can be seen with our online leader boards.

    Features Include:
    - Awesome graphical style
    - Easy to play game mechanics
    - Online High Score Leader boards
    - Personal achievement established your rank

    With the proper concentration and practice you will be on your way from Trainee to Master Engineer.

    Recommended for fans of Flight Control by FireMint, Enigmo, Catcha Mouse, Bluebird, Bug Squash, Harbor Master, Road Rage Ahead, Tap Tap, Tiki Towers Lite

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  2. cjsbug

    cjsbug Well-Known Member

    Mar 12, 2009
    Los Angeles
  3. thepoisonivy

    thepoisonivy Well-Known Member

    Jul 13, 2009
    Chicago, Illinois
    Now this looks interesting. I love Flight Control and this game seems to have similar mechanics but with a whole new twist. Really like the art design. Is there a lite version? Interested but would like to see more.

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