Management Tycoon Puzzler Train Valley 2 Launches Oct 17th on Nintendo Switch!

Vila-real, Spain – August 10, 2023 – Spanish indie game publisher BlitWorks Games is proud to announce they have partnered again with the Lithuanian studio Flazm to bring their acclaimed micromanagement tycoon puzzler Train Valley 2: Community Edition to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this October 17. At a price of 24.99 USD|euros, this edition of Train Valley 2 includes the DLCs Passenger’s Flow, Myths & Rails and Editor’s Bulletin and a selection of 158 community made levels carefully curated by the developers.

Drive forward the industrial revolution in Train Valley 2 Community Edition, build railroads, upgrade your locomotives, and keep your trains on schedule without delays or accidents to meet the ever-growing demand of the cities and industries in your tiny valley. Take your railroad company from the days of the Industrial Revolution and into the future, meeting the needs of the valley’s cities and industries.

If you’ve ever wanted to solve complex logistics and transportation problems, fancied yourself as a bit of a train mogul, or you just love solving puzzles – there is a lot for players both new and old. Even if you’ve never played the original, there’s a lot to do in Train Valley 2: Community Edition!


  • Unique blend of Micromanagement, Tycoon and Puzzle games, putting you in control of your own company – that needs to help its local community thrive.
  • Train Valley 2 Community Edition not only includes the DLCs Passenger’s Flow, Myths & Rails and Editor’s Bulletin, but also a selection of 158 community made levels.
  • Upgrade your stock of locomotives and acquire advanced engines, with 18 models to unlock.
  • Keep your trains running on schedule across 50 levels in Company Mode.
  • Discover the history of railroads in elegant low-poly graphics! Train Valley 2 is a joy to look at and immerse yourself in.
  • Produce and ship increasingly sophisticated goods in 18 models of locomotives to unlock and more than 45 types of train cars – it’s up to you to keep things as efficient and cost-effective as possible, while the world around you gets more demanding!

Source: PR Email

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