Playable Demo Now Available!

MUNICH, GERMANY – 18 th April 2012 - UIG Entertainment, a leading German game publisher, have today released a playable demo for The Train Giant, a city development and management simulation for PC available from all good retailers with a recommended retail price of £19.99.

The playable demo can be downloaded from

The Train Giant challenges players to take on the complex role of CEO of a Train Company tasked with building and maintaining all elements of urban and transport development for their city. From ensuring the trains run on time to investing wisely in the stock market, players have large amounts of freedom to expand their small community into a large bustling metropolis. Players will need to make smart strategic decisions to attract businesses, keep the citizens happy as well as making a hefty profit for their company in the process. 

With over 30 game maps inspired by the world’s most impressive cities,   The Train Giant brings together stunning graphics and hours of stimulating gameplay. Developed by award-winning Japanese developer Artdink, The Train Giant is the latest instalment of the internationally acclaimed A-Train series.

For further information and review code please contact:

Charley Grafton-Chuck

Johnny Atom Productions


T: +44 (0)203 176 0139

M: +44 (0)7971 073 914

About UIG Entertainment GmbH

UIG Entertainment GmbH was founded in 2005 by managing director Christoph Bayer and is one of the leading distributors of casual games and license simulator games as well as own developments in Germany. As an international Publisher of the Simulator- and the Play Indie Line-up UIG works with a huge network of distribution partners in the core markets.  

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