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The Final Station

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Genre: Adventure, Indie, Shooter, Simulator

Platforms: SteamOS, Mac, Linux, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4

Travel by train through a dying world. Look after your passengers, keep your train operational, and make sure you can always reach the next station. Make your way through swarms of infected at each station. Explore mysterious and abandoned stations looking for supplies and survivors. This is The Final Station.


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TheFredobar
38 reviews

Fair 70%

A short story about a train driver during an apocolyptic event. You basically stop the train at a series of locations and find supplies and the code to let the train through. The storytelling is very subtle and a lot is left for you to figure out. There are some cool dark vignette type side stories. I really liked the look of the game. Not the best pixel art ever but still good with a dark aesthetic that along with the sound desgin created a for... Read More

Storyline

The world is over.
But it’s not quite over for you… at least, not yet. And now that you’ve acquired thousands of tonnes of locomotive, ready at your disposal, ready to take you as far down the tracks as you have fuel to feed it — you’ve got the definite advantage over the infected hordes.
The real question is whether or not you’ll bring survivors on-board with you, or leave them out there to fend for themselves. Sometimes people can be more trouble than they’re worth.