Loco Mogul

  • Randomly generated levels
  • Great 1850s atmosphere
  • Unlimted gameplay with Sandbox Mode!
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Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 36

Review for game: Loco Mogul

In Loco Mogul you play a seasoned railroader turned entrepreneur as you attempt to build a railroad empire. Search for hidden towns, mines and other customers in your territory then build a fully functional railroad, complete with train stations, junctions, bridges, and mountain tunnels. After you`ve built your railroad lines you get to run your trains and maximize profits by delivering materials to their destinations before your fuel runs out.


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Genre : Arcade & Action

Test your hand and eye skills with quick action and challenging levels.

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Loco Mogul
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USD 6.99 0 from 1 sellers In stock
Ages: 3 YEARS & UP

Game Description:

Take on the role of a railroad entrepreneur and build your very own railroad empire in this unique new puzzle game.

AFERON - BigFishGames
Loco Mogul game play Loco Mogul game play

Addictive and good fun - easy

Great fun keeps one entertained.

Probably my most pointless review ever!

This will be my shortest review ever (amazingly), I thought this game would be a watered down version of full price PC games such as Railroad Tycoon etc. To an extent it was, and much as I did love this genre of game, what semi put me off was the music, The soundtrack to this as to that was what I call 'old wild western music' (there is probably a proper name for the genre), but tunes such as 'O Susannah' and 'she'll be coming round the mountain', are tunes that for me give me the 'goose shivers' every time I hear them, there is no rhyme nor reason for this but there are a few that do and this style of music is one of them. The upshot of this then is that I couldn't play the game because of the music. I know what people are thinking (if people are actually reading this review), why don't I turn the sound down, off, yes I could have done, but for me the music is part of the game and if I can't get 'on' as it were with the music, then no matter how good the game is, I don't play. With the music all being olde western I really couldn't get on with it, and even if I had turned the sound down I would have still 'known'. From what I did play, the game started of with the basics of connecting towns and growing in stature to meet the criteria, other than that there is not really a lot more I can say as I didn't play for much longer. The point of the review, none probably, just thought I would share my musings of the soundtrack of the game, sorry For me personally I wouldn't recommend the game but that is purely based on the soundtrack. Ok it was not short, but just a rant, sorry.

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