• Announcing Mashinky Transport Strategy Game

    Mashinky

    Mashinky is a brand new transport strategy game from Czech developer Jan Zeleny. Zooming through gorgeous landscapes, utilising a traditional isometric construction mode and mastering a unique board game-like gameplay, you'll find yourself immersed in the task of building your own transport empire.

    The goal is to create your own transport empire on a procedurally generated map.

    The game is a unique blend of realistic graphics combined with an isometric construction mode and boardgame-like rules.

    Players start the game in control of a transport company. They must lay tracks on difficult terrain, research and buy new vehicles, manage routes and compete against economic rules to make as much profit as possible by transporting passengers and various cargos. This makes for a challenging simulation game requiring the player to consider all elements of business to be successful.

    Available on Steam for Early Access on October 6.

    Learn More Here

    Mashinky

    2 Comments
    1. seagoon's Avatar
      seagoon -
      Looks like it could be fun.
    1. NorthernWarrior's Avatar
      NorthernWarrior -
      Agreed. So long as it doesn't go the way of 3D TT all those years ago, snatched off the developer by the publisher before it was ready and released in a very unfinished state.
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