Trainspotting for the 21st Century

All the fun of sitting on a chilly metal seat - drinking weak lemon cordial - at a railway station in the middle of nowhere, waiting for the illusive Number 4592-B to come along! Except without any real risk of pneumonia. Train Tracking is a jovial look at one of Britain's more bizarre pasttimes - Trainspotting.

You have a list of train serial numbers and a view of a station through which trains pass. Your objective is to check off the serial numbers on your list as a train with a matching number passes through the station. As you complete each Day*, the number of serials and tracks to watch simultaneously increases. Finally, there's a time limit and a finite amount of chances to spot each train.


  • · 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Track Stations for a frenetic tracking experience.

  • · Country, Town and City Stations, Industrial Depots and Express Bonus Rounds.

  • · 29 Days* of increasingly manic trainspotting.

  • · Over 2,500 random UK Stations means no two games will be the same.

  • · Glorious UK Weather: Rain, Snow, Thunder & Lightning.

  • · Stations bustling with Impatient Passengers, Trainspotters, Station Workers and Dogs.

  • · Themed soundtrack and stereo sound effects.

  • · Easy, Medium and Difficult settings to suit your skill level.

  • · Keyboad/Mouse control.

  • · Load/Save Game facility.

Windows 95/98/ME/XP or Win2000/NT

Win95/98/ME/2000/XP, 300MHz CPU, 32Mb RAM, 8Mb Graphics, 25Mb HD, 4x CD-ROM

QTY Name Description Price
v-train TRAIN-TRACKING 9.97

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