Paper Train is a fun, educational train game for kids and teens, where you have to skillfully control railroad traffic without crashing any of the trains. You do this by switching various stop signs on and off. This can be quite a stressful job, as it can get very hectic indeed! These trains can come at speed, requiring spilt-second decision-making! There’s a lot at stake here.
This tricky traffic controller game requires a high level of concentration and a cool head when need be. You need have all your wits about you to prevent giant collisions! Once you get settled into your new virtual job, you should find it to be highly enjoyable. OK, your task is to prevent nasty train accidents! You need to get as many trains off the map as possible without crashing. For every train that safely leaves the map, you earn 100 points!
Every time you use a control square to steer trains, you lose 10 points. At the start of each level, you are told how many trains you need to lead off, how many cows to handle (do not hit a cow!) and the train speed. You get to see your total score at the end of each level. There are 30 testing levels to make your way through. Good luck Traffic Controller! Have fun!
How To Play: Use you computer mouse to stop and start the trains – Left Click on the colored squares on the railroad line. The Red square stops the train. The Green Square starts the train and the Blue Square switches tracks for the train. Press the ESC key on your computer keyboard to pause the game. You can see the game Level, the number trains that you need to lead off and the number of clicks you have made at the bottom of the game screen. Remember, you lose points for clicking too often (using a control square to steer trains)! OK, let’s get to work Trainspotter!