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Published on Apr 6, 2012

http://fruitonrails.3qc.nl


Fruit on Rails. It's your objective to direct the
trains packed with fruit to the right destinations. Manage the trains by controlling signals and switches
and make sure they won't collide!

Game description
Fruit on Rails consists of several railroads on which trains with one to three compartments will appear.
They contain different kinds of fruit (4 in total), that has to be delivered to the matching platforms. The
trains can be directed by controlling signals and switches. As soon as the trains delivered their fruits the
factories will turn apples into applesauce, oranges into juice, bananas into shakes, and grapes into wine.

Increasing difficulty
When playing Fruit on Rails, the game speeds up instantly. By that means, it will become harder and
harder to direct the trains without any collisions. Every time a train collides the number of lives will
decrease by one. Next to that, it's important to think about special hospital trains that should receive
priority and trains that could break down and have to be repaired.

Fruit on Rails provides an exciting action game that asks for speed, stress resistance and spatial
awareness, all at the same time!


Game design by: Jacco van Weert


Music: Pedro Alonso Pablos

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