Lucky Luke: Transcontinental Railroad Builders
Average Rating 4 player reviews ( 2.8 out of 5.0 )
Help Lucky Luke build the United States' historic railroad!
Our story begins in the sprawling plains of the Great Basin in the American West. Construction of the railroad has been forging ahead after overcoming the challenge of the Sierra Nevada mountains. Unfortunately, the railroad has recently been plagued by repeated attacks from the infamous Dalton brothers in their determination to get their greedy hands on the stockpiles of construction resources. Workers are terrified, work has ground to a halt and the railroad is in danger of slipping behind schedule. The West construction team will never make it to the rendezvous on time without your help! Lucky Luke has been sent to boost the workers' morale and, with your help, oversee construction of the railroad.
-Use all your ingenuity to successfully build the railroad!
-Learn scores of anecdotes about the railroad and Lucky Luke
-50 varied and challenging game levels
-Drive the Daltons away from the worksite!
-Build your city!
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This game can be confusing, but give it a chance. If you have played Monument Builders, then you have the mechanics of the game already. If not, I suggest playing the earlier MB games, to get the game play otherwise, it can be different and rather daunting. You have to hover your mouse to collect the wood, stone, gold, etc. (But they will not disappear)! You can also click on the speech bubbles to close them out. Make sure to read the information from Lucky Luke and Jolly Jumper. The information of the old west was rather confusing so I looked it up on Wikipedia, this game was based on a Belgian comic book of the old American west, not reality... See more See less
Well guys as much as I like TMG's, I'm having a real problem with this one. It has to do with the Indians or Native Americans attacking the railroad. History is history the railroad helped the country but the Native Americans are not the bad guys!!! They were trying to protect their land. Got anything else. See more See less