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Golden Rails 3: Road to Klondike + Collector's Edition

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Here you can download the game “Golden Rails 3: Road to Klondike” on your PC without registration and for free. To download the official version of the game on the computer is very simple, you can do this by clicking the button Download Game. You can get the key to the game “Golden Rails 3: Road to Klondike” after starting the game by clicking the button Remove the time limit.

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Developer: Yustas Game Studio
Publisher: Alawar Entertainment
Edition: Standard, Collector's
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Languages: English, Русский
Genre: Time Management Games
Franchise: Golden Rails

BREAKING NEWS! Gold was discovered near the Klondike River! Now hundreds of people are moving there spurred by the hope to get rich… people have to go through the mountains in order to fulfill their dreams. Can you do something to help them?

Jack and Jill, two companions, will have to build a railroad through the prairies and mountain ranges so that gold miners can get to the Klondike and claim their land rights. Restore abandoned villages, establish trade relations and make arrangements with the Indians if you want to start construction on their territory and to breathe new life into barren lands. Use your financial acumen to ensure fair trade and competition as well as to make a greedy entrepreneur Scrooge go out of business.

Can you tame the Wild West? Will you reach the Klondike? Do you have the skills to unlock every perk and achievement? To find out, download and play Golden Rails: Road to Klondike today!

What is waiting for you on your way to the Klondike?

  • Feel the gold rush spirit in 50 challenging levels
  • Earn stars! They will help you win
  • Look! There’s an owl hiding in the bushes. Click to catch her
  • You will find a walkthrough, downloadable music and wallpapers only in the Collector's Edition!
OS: Windows 7 or later
Processor: 1.5 GHz processor
Memory: 2 Gb RAM
Graphics: GPU with at least 512 Mb of VRAM
Directx: Version 9.0 or later
Storage: 550 Mb available space
Interface Language: English
File Size: ~157 Mb, CE ~192 Mb

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#2 AG Гости
Two thumbs up! This is a really good time-management game from Yustas studios. This game is similar to the two Golden Rails game from last year, but it is improved in every way. It is a real change of pace from many of the other time-management games out there, in that you feel like you are actually making a dynamic difference on the map, both with the train-switching mechanism and the worker-allocation mechanism.

First of all, the levels are very interesting. Unlike in series like Hercules or Moai, you're not just fixing buildings and repairing roads; you're a railway engineer and you have to lay track, hire workers, decide where they go (the same pool of workers are used in buildings and in running around the map), and turn switch-signals so that your trains go to different places. The fact that you have to keep your tracks maintained (such as shoveling snow that keeps falling) is a nice dynamic touch.

Additionally, there is a shooting-range mini-game every 10 or so levels for those of you who like to practice for your FPS games.

You can set the level of difficulty, from Casual to Easy to Timed and so forth, depending on whether you want to earn you 3 gold stars per level or have them handed to you. This is a nice touch especially if you're old or lack dexterity or strategic thinking, or even if you're great but just want to zen out and have fun building stuff.

One improvement that I personally like over the first Golden Rails is that there is a meta-game. In two ways: first there is a train car that you can improve and decorate depending on how many gold stars you get on the various levels. Secondly, you get optional bonuses that you can use inside the levels if you want to. For example, workers are 30% cheaper to hire, or you earn 10% more money. The more levels you complete, the more bonuses you earn, and you can then go back and replay earlier levels.

There are 50 levels and 10 bonus levels. As always with these games, I recommend playing 5 to 10 at a time. Each level can take 5 to 10 minutes each, so even doing a half-dozen can take an hour. And the game is more fun if you take it as it was designed, just doing a few levels a day.

Finally, I really love the music. I would buy an OST of this music. It's just a jaunty western tune, the kind that they used to play in old cowboy movies when the goofy sidekick would do something funny, so it's very appropriate for this game.

This is a really good time-management game from Yustas studios, makers of “The Viking Brothers.” For “Golden Rail: Road to Klondike” I give two thumbs up. A definite recommendation.
#1 Hespera Гости
This is a fun TM game requiring strategy in how you build, how many people you employ and how you distribute them. The bonuses come few and far between (purchased with stars) and you'll have to replay several of the levels to get the timing right. There are three modes of play (un-timed, normal and hard) and lots of achievements (two of which don't work). And there are these owls you have to find, which serve no purpose whatsoever, and it's annoying to have to find them, but not difficult. And personally, I really don't like superfluous, cutesy stuff.

All in all, a good game. I played hard mode and found it a satisfying challenge. But, like I said, two achievements, don't work and that's a whole lot of disappointment, and if you're OCD like me, it makes you a bit nutz. ;)