Mashinky (video game)

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Mashinky is an independent strategy video game created by Jan Zelený. The combination of procedurally generated challenges, realistic graphics and board-game-like straightforward rules. It is a challenging business simulation game with everything around cargo delivery. The player acts as a entrepreneur in control of a transport company. He needs to lay tracks on a difficult terrain, invent and buy new vehicles, project routes and compete against economical rules to make as much profit by transporting passengers and various cargo types as possible to beat other players score around the world.


The game is being developed by Jan Zelený since 2009. It is inspired by Transport tycoon, Railroad Tycoon and Trainz.


The player is an enterpreneur running his own transport company. He needs to lay tracks on a difficult terrain, invent and build new vehicles, define routes and compete against economy itself to make as much profit as possible. By transporting passengers and cargo.

Inspired by the famous games from the 90s and especially by Chris Sawyer's Transport Tycoon.

Mashinky aims to combine the best from 3D visualisation and addictiveness of the isometric gameplay. It all takes place on a procedurally generated world that acts as a sandbox with endless possibilities. Finding the best strategy is never the same.

Every game is different. It's up to you to find the best opportunities, invent the most fitting vehicles, expand industries and improve your stations. It is up to you to adapt to the challenge.


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