Track Building

Build the train sets of your childhood dreams with an easy-to-use editor. Just indicate where you want to build and Tracks does all the hard work for you, effortlessly mapping out turns, junctions and crossings under your command.

  • Add houses and trees to create your own little villages
  • Place unique track shapes and configurations beyond what you would normally find in a physical train sets
  • Physics objects to play with
  • Interactive mechanisms like bridges and lifts give you more freedom in moving around the environment
  • Play in free-mode to build at your leisure without any set objectives

Ride the rails

Once you’ve created your rail network, you can ride along from inside your train, in first person. You’ll have full control of your vehicle in this view and will be able to adjust the train’s speed and direction. Your train’s weight and momentum are simulated, challenging you to maintain a steady but efficient speed while transporting heavy cargo.


Build your own train sets at will, or enjoy the set game modes which boast a variety of objectives for you to complete. For instance, Tracks challenges you to design a rail system that accommodates passengers’ commuting needs. Or transport cargo and build the most efficient rail network to complete objectives in the fastest time possible.


Varied environments await, acting as playgrounds in Tracks: The Train Set Game. Go off the rails, ride along the furniture, and bump into objects to activate them. Each environment contains unique features for you to experiment with and incorporate into your track designs.


We are currently researching Steam Workshop support so players can share their tracks with other players online. We will update this section once we have a good idea of the functionality available after a few tests!

Tracks: The Train Set Game is everything the child in you has ever wanted. There are plenty of train games out there, but this is the only nostalgia-filled train simulator you’ll find on Steam.

For all the train game news you can handle, make sure to follow Tracks: The Train Set Game on Twitter, like us on Facebook. And for more from Excalibur Games, check out our IndieDB profile.

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Hello everyone.

Tracks - the Train Set Game's delightfully festive Winter Update is here! Queue the fireworks!

Some of you may realize that the silhouette of the train is a little different. Good eye! This new train is part of our largest and first seasonal update to Tracks - The Train Set Game. We've also got a new environment, new objects, some lighting & fog customization, and some bug fixes.

You can check out a new trailer for the Winter update right here!

A detailed change log will be at the bottom of this announcement. But let's go through the major additions and changes one by one.

The Gingerbread Train

The Gingerbread train is a new festive model variant. It will behave very similar to the wooden train in terms of speed and weight, but will be at least 300 percent more delicious. Candy Canes, icing and santa hat come as standard.

To equip the new model, press G while in edit mode and you'll be able to switch between the wooden train and the gingerbread train with just a single click.

This is early progress on train selection and customization. In the future we hope to expand upon this.

New Environment

Some of you may remember this environment from the days. And yes, before you ask, those delicious pancakes are back! We are still looking at adding new environments and if you have any interesting level ideas do let us know in the comments.

New Objects

16 new objects have been added, while a couple may be seasonal. A large number of them can be used at any time. We will likely handle any seasonal content in a similar fashion to avoid items going out of date. And of course, any seasonal items are here to stay. So if you want to use the Christmas tree in March, go ahead!

An important note, the objects menu has been remapped to the Space bar while in edit mode.

Track Supports (Still in testing)

There were some very creative members of the forum exploiting parts of the editor to create some really interesting tracks. Ping_fan2005 shared a screenshot recently which is an awesome example of building things we never realized. Here is their lovely screenshot:

The track supports are an awesome idea and discussed by several members in the forums. In today's update we've included a first test of the track supports. They might still be a little buggy, but we recreated the track (as best as we can!) and showed off what Ping_fan2005's track would look like with the new track supports:

Scenery Controls

Those of you who want to customize the very lighting of your track can access the new Scenery controls menu. Open it up by pressing G and you'll be able to manipulate a few settings including fog color and density, weather effects and controls for the overall color tone if you prefer a lighting set up that's different from the standard set up.

Although Halloween was a little while ago, the new scenery controls can really help set the mood! Here's the image before adjusting the fog and color tones:

And this is after!

We're looking forward to seeing new screenshots from the community using the scenery controls!


Once again, accessed via the Scenery controls menu is the option to have snow fall. It looks great when used with your own track designs:

Cargo Carriages

Also included in today's update is access to the Cargo carriage from the toy box. These carriages behave in a similar way to the Passenger carriages but are used with Collect and Deposit towers. Once hooked onto the back of your train, just drive slowly though each tower and they should activate. The required speed is marked on your speedometer and can also be checked with the Speed Check object.

You can now attach Cargo Carriages to the back of your train. These behave in a similar way as the Passenger carriages but are used with the Collect and Deposit towers. Just slowly drive through each tower and they should activate (required speed is marked on your speedometer, and can also be checked with the Speed Check).

The Jingle Bells Map

The last bit of content included in this update is a special new music track which plays the Jingle Bells song via the games music notes. You will be able to find the Jingle Bells map in the save data. If you do create any awesome music pieces using the games notes system, do share it with us. we'd love to hear what you create!

SoundTracks: The Train Set Game!

Our final bit of news is that the soundtrack for Tracks is now available to purchase on Steam with a launch discount of 10%. These tracks were composed by Kevin Gallagher and we've been very happy with the quality and calming piano pieces. If you want to purchase the soundtrack, visit this link.We may be adding more music to the soundtrack as the game evolves.

Wrapping it up

So there we have it, our first Winter update for Tracks. We hope that you enjoy the new update and we can not wait to see what you create.

Of course, do keep in mind that there may be some issues or bugs, but do let us know in the Steam forums if you come across anything that needs to be addressed.

At the start of next year we will begin to make some more plans for the development of Tracks and will share more news. But from all of us at Whoop Group and Excalibur, happy holidays! See you in the new year!

Create and Recreate Tunes in Tracks - The Train Set Game

Create and Recreate Tunes in Tracks - The Train Set Game


Coming soon to Tracks - The Train Set Game: place bells and set their notes individually, to play a tune as you ride the rails!

Tracks - The Train Set Game Out Now!

Tracks - The Train Set Game Out Now!

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so...this is a model railroad-style game?

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This song seems appropriate for a game like this.

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