“All Aboard” – it’s time to see if your train parking and railroad management skills are right on track! Park My Train is a fun and challenging train track-themed game for kids where you have to carefully guide a steam-powered locomotive from one station to another in a series of tricky, train driving levels. It’s not as easy as simply chugging along from one station to the other – You have to contend with switching tracks, other trains, reversing, extra carriages, color-coordinated stations, and more!
Carefully plan out the route for your train to avoid any disastrous crashes – This fun parking activity will certainly exercise and test your strategic planning abilities, multitasking skills and concentration levels. You have to think on your feet and quickly switch tracks, as the tracks become larger and more complex as you progress. It’s time for you to prove that it was the right decision to choo-choo-choose you as our favorite Rail Traffic Controller. We need a sharp mind and a safe pair of hands at all times! Good luck on the job!
How to Play: In each increasingly difficult level, your goal is to safely guide the train from its starting point to the next station. To achieve this, you have to make sure the track is set properly, that the train is moving in the right direction, and that there are no other trains in the vicinity. Use your computer mouse or touchpad to control the movement of your engine. Left Clicking on the Start / Stop button in the bottom left corner of the game screen moves and stops the train.
Click to toggle between the Forward & Reverse options to change the direction that your locomotive travels on the track. Click on the Direction Arrows located in the middle of the track to switch the direction. In later levels, you have to collect extra carriages along the way, and avoid speeding trains that run on perpendicular tracks to your own. If you crash off a barrier, or the train comes off the track, you lose a life. Once all of your lives are used, it’s game over, and you have to start again from the opening level.