Drive forward the industrial revolution in our train tycoon puzzle game! Build an efficient railroad, upgrade your locomotives, and keep all trains on track to meet the ever-growing demand of the cities and industries in your tiny valley. Choo-choo!
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May 17

Let's play together - Wyrley



Hello friends! Are you ready for the new "Let's play together!" challenge? The rules are the same: we pick up a level and during 24 hours everyone is trying to get the best time on it. We are accepting screenshots of the victory screen with 5 stars and your time. Results are proven by our DB records.

The winners get 3€ for the first place, 2€ for second and 1€ for the third. The money will be stored in the online doc available for everyone. After getting more than 5€ we will send the prize to the winner as Steam gift card.
And of cause 3 our great lucky pins will be sent to randomly chosen participants.



What to do?
- Beat this Workshop level:

https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1425571995

- Send a screenshot with 5 stars and your best time to our Discord Server[discord.gg] (#lets-play-together channel).
- We are accepting screenshots for 24 hours (up to 17:30 UTC tomorrow).

Enjoy the ride and share your results and expressions!
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May 15

Locomotive 6-2 (The Bullet)

Good day, train lovers! The day has come: we have arrived at the final station, where the last locomotive is waiting for you, the one that inspired us to create a game model. We have come a long way and at the end of it we get such a bright specimen of the railway progress. If you have played first Train Valley, you probably remember its predecessor, the fastest green handsome Shinkansen E5. Today we will meet its younger relative: Shinkansen E6 Series!

The Bullet Trains - E6 Series Shinkansen
If we’re talking about high-speed trains, there’s only one place where this trip should end to come full circle: the very place where they started speeding up, that is, Japan. The first true high-speed train was the Tokaido Shinkansen, which began service in 1964 just a few days before the Tokyo Olympics. It was a real revolution! For the first time, it was possible to go back and forth Tokyo and Osaka, the two largest Japanese cities, in the same day: it started as a 4 hours trip, but in just a few months they managed to shorten it to three hours and ten minutes.

This train was quickly nicknamed “the Bullet Train” for the bullet-like shape of its nose. It was an immediate success – so much that it changed the whole way of making business in Japan, and the life of the Japanese as a whole since it allowed day work trips between these two capital cities for their economy. In less than three years it reached the 100 million passenger mark – and an impressive figure of one billion passengers in 1976. Its success convinced the authorities to extend the high-speed rail network – and it was a living example of success that helped to convince the world of the advantages of high-speed rails. Without the shade of a doubt, this is one of the many instances of train transportation well implemented changing society for good.

(Photo from Wikipedia)

The E6 series is their latest evolution. The first bullet trains ran at a maximum of 210 km/h; today’s Shinkansen are capable of reaching a max speed of 320 km/h. In order to reach their famed speed and regularity, the Shinkansen employs some of the most advanced technology. For a start, their rail lines are completely separated from conventional lines and designed to help trains reach their full potential with as few curves as possible. It has the usual Bo’Bo’ wheel arrangement of these trains; its engines use (via pantograph) a highly powered overhead in order to overcome the limitations of the direct current that power the Japanese electrified rails.

We’re talking about engines because, as happens with lots of high-speed trains, the E6 Shinkansen doesn’t have a locomotive as such; instead, each car is individually powered, which allows for faster acceleration and deceleration. This is very important for the Shinkansen since it has more stops than any other high-speed train in the world; it needs that extra kick so as not to lose too much time with every stop. And the living testament of the advanced technology of the Shinkansen is its safety: in his whole history, the Shinkansen trains never have had an accident. The E6 series, the one operating as of today, started its service in March 2013 and has no expiration date yet.

Its in-game counterpart has the same sleek, nimble features that make the Bullet Trains look like something directly from a sci-fi movie… and of course, its iconic bullet-shaped nose. This train is ready to take you all the way to the future without even slowing down – and in the most comfortable ride of your life too!

In the past months, we’ve come a long way. We started our trip in the early days of train transportations, discovering some of the iconic locomotives of the Steam Golden Era. We saw these monsters of coal and smoke evolving into faster and more efficient machines, then switching to diesel to travel through mountains and plains all across the world. As time passed trains became cleaner with electric-powered locomotives; then high-speed trains came and started spreading all over the world. And afterward? Who knows what the future will bring, but this we know: there will be trains in it!

It’s been a wonderful journey: we’ve enjoyed a lot writing this historical vignettes, and we hope you had fun discovering the trains that inspired the ones you can use in the game. Thanks a lot for joining us for this trip and for playing Train Valley 2, of course. May your trains run fast, safe, and on time!

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:tv2computer: Our Twitter.
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Reviews

“Train Valley 2 [is] incredibly accessible and at the same time offers a high challenge for players who strive for perfection”
Indiegames

“Still on Early Access, Train Valley 2 propose a different kind of puzzle, with accessible challenges which will demand deep thinking to anyone trying to get full marks [in any of its levels].”
Game-Guide

“[Train Valley 2 has] got a lovely, calming low-poly graphical presentation so if you like your micromanagement tasks to be a little more chill, Train Valley has got your back.”
Gamespot

About This Game

Train Valley 2 is a train tycoon puzzle game. Take your railroad company from the days of the Industrial Revolution and into the future, meeting the needs of the valley's cities and industries. Build railroads, upgrade your locomotives, and keep your trains on schedule without delays or accidents. All aboard — the train is leaving the station!


Enjoy engaging and addictive gameplay, combining puzzle micromanagement with tycoon elements.


Discover the history of railroads in elegant low-poly graphics!


Keep your trains running on schedule across 50 levels in Company Mode.


Upgrade your stock of locomotives and acquire advanced engines, with 18 models to unlock.


Produce and ship increasingly sophisticated goods in more than 45 types of train cars.


Jump into our Level Editor with Steam Workshop integration and create your own Valleys - or play levels from other players!


Create your own mods with custom locomotives, train cars, industries, and resources from your favorite time or universe.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows Vista SP1+
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E4500 @ 2.2GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+ @ 2.8 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATi Radeon HD 2400 or NVIDIA GeForce 7600
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.12+
    • Processor: 1.7 GHz Intel Core i5
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8600M or better / ATi Radeon 2400
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04+ or SteamOS+
    • Processor: 2.2 GHz CPU
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 2400 or NVIDIA GeForce 7600
    • Storage: 1 GB available space

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