Rail Maze 2 adds even more fun and challenge to Rail Maze world.
Additional Levels, new graphic environments and much more in version 2.0 of Rail Maze.
Rail Maze 2 is the latest game by Spooky House Studios - creators of big hits: Rail Maze and Bubble Explode.
With online levels there is virtually limitless amount of challenging and unique puzzles. Escape PIRATES and GHOSTS on rails, control semaphores and avoid steam and lava. Have a lot of fun!
Now you can also build your own levels and share them with friends and the world!
* 100+ puzzles
* Virtually UNLIMITED number of online levels
* LAVA and STEAM
* Draggable and switchable rails
* PIRATE and GHOST trains
* Super long trains
* Underground tunnels
* Level Editor
* 3 environments:
- Wild west
Additional Items available in the game as an InAppPurchase:
Get Rail Maze 2 now!
- Fixed issue with online levels downloading and uploading;
- New effects of train crash;
Ratings and Reviews
v2 locks out v1 completely and is a moneygrab.
We got the original and my kids loved it for a while. We had to migrate to a new (replacement) computer and we now get prompted to play v2, but v1 is completely locked out. So, it is unplayable, but v2 gives you some training levels and then wants to moneygrab for tickets. That might be fine and we might have been interested in their other games, but not after they robbed my kids of any use of v1 with this moneygrabbing v2 that seems to have killed v1. You can go microtransaction yourself to heck! We'll find something else.
This newer version doesn't work either
They should remove these from the App Store if they aren't going to bother updating them. Have the game doesn't work at all, and the other half is just plain buggy.
Awesome game change-ups; lots of variety; no glitches so far!!
I’ve played through 8-10 levels and haven’t run into any glitches at all yet. It does start out simple, like the first Rail Maze, but I imagine that it gets harder as it goes along, also like the first RM. I LOVE the variety of different settings and puzzles from screen to screen, rather than having the same stuff in chunks, then “graduating” to a different kind of screen/puzzle. This one’s all mixed up, as well as having some “unexpected” complications to what looks like a very simple puzzle. Nice variety! Good job guys!!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.