February 7, 2012 | by Adrian Diaconescu
Game Insight is one of the most popular mobile developer studios of late, being ‘’to blame’’ for the successes of such titles as Paradise Island, My Country or Crime Story. Their latest Android offering is called My Railway and looks like a pretty solid (and free) train sim game, which has already gathered over 4,700 favorable reviews on Android Market (in a matter of hours, that is).
While I personally have not actually played the game and, to be honest, I don’t think I will (I’m more of a sports and racing simulation fan), I can understand what all the fuss is about. There are a bunch of features and activities supported in My Railway and the graphics look pretty decent, at least for an arcade mobile game made available for free.
The biggest problem I usually have with these games is that they are basic and kind of repetitive, letting you only complete a certain number of missions. On the other hand, My Railway for Android lets you do a bunch of things, including building railways, hiring friends as engineers, customize your train stations and complete different and unique daily quests.
Another pretty nice thing at My Railway is the interactive part of the game, as you need friends in order to progress through different levels. That allows you to meet new people with which you share the same passion for trains and railways and makes the game more exciting and original.
You can sneak a peek at a couple of screenshots below and, if you are the least bit intrigued about this simple, but fun game, hit the source link at the end of the article to download. Worst case scenario you lose a couple of minutes, but not money, as My Railway for Android is available for free. Enjoy!