Choo-Choo Charles will be terrifying train tracks from December 9th

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Choo-Choo Charles, the horror game about a spider train, has got a release date for December 9th. The news was confirmed by developer Two Star Games along with a new trailer that shows Choo-Choo Charles chasing the player and their train across the world, along with other dangers as well as allies that will try to help in the fight against the spider train.

Your overarching goal is to summon Charles to a 1-on-1 fight to the death, but you’ll need to better yourself in order to do so. Talking to the locals will get you missions to take on that will earn you scrap and gear to improve your train and its weaponry. That, however, will require you to step of your train and head out on foot, and Charles is always hunting. It’s not just trains you need to worry about, as there’s shotgun-wielding cultists who would like to catch and feed you to Charles. In order to summon Charles for your final fight, you need to find and collect three gems from dungeons around the island, taking them to a shrine that summons him to you.

Choo-Choo Charles has only been confirmed for PC via Steam at the moment. But, Two Star Games has previously stated that there is a chance that the game will eventually make its way to consoles. This is all dependant on how successful the game is on Steam, and continued player interest. Nothing regarding platforms other than PC has been confirmed. There are currently no plans to add multiplayer or VR support either for Choo-Choo Charles, due to the development being done by a solo developer who does not have much experience with either.
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  1. That looks kind of fun, until you see the character models that look a bit dodgy.

    Seems like it was going to be called “Choo-Choo Charlie” at one point but they discovered Stephen King had used that name. I suspect they knew that already, because there’s no way that can be a coincidence. Charlie the Choo-Choo being a fictitious children’s book in the Dark Tower books, written by, at different points, both a fictitious author and the fictitious wife of Stephen King’s pseudonym.

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