Train Conductor, listed in Apple’s“Highly Addictive Games” promotion, receives a new level: The Barossa Valley

12th May 2010

The critically acclaimed Train Conductor just got bigger. Insatiable fans have been delivered a brand new level set in the heart of Australia’s great wine region, The Barossa Valley. Recently featured on Apple’s“Highly Addictive Games” list and named as“Game of the Year 2009″ by DIYGamer, Train Conductor is now a rare‘must have’ for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

The new level features the relentless challenge of two opposing train systems which threaten to spoil the peace and quiet of a Barossa Valley vineyard. The region needs a skilled train conductor to ensure the freshly harvested grapes can be processed into wine and delivered to market on time.

Various gameplay innovations include the addition of empty transport trains that don’t need to be rerouted, but that can make life difficult if not managed correctly. The new gameplay elements present a unique experience to Train Conductor fans that builds upon the existing game.

Responding to player feedback, this update includes an improved HUD layout that enables players to better access the fast forward and pause buttons.

The Voxel Agents are continuing to add more content to the game and are working hard to create more levels that explore great locations around Australia and the world.

Recent news from The Voxel Agents

• The Voxel Agents donated $1697 to Médecins Sans Frontières to assist with the Haiti Earthquake Appeal. The Voxel Agents would like to thank the Train Conductors who bought the game during the week long Haiti Earthquake appeal. See for more details.

• Going green: The Voxel Agents recently offset 100% of their carbon footprint. See for more details.

• Train Conductor was chosen as one of Apple’s“Highly Addictive Games” in the App Store, see for more details.

Images and video available in the press release web kit.

Promo codes available for reviews.


SOURCE: The Voxel Agents


DATE: 12th May 2010

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