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Devoid of all memory, a small pierrot awakens early one Oktober morning, down by an abandoned railway line. Help him navigate his mysterious world, but beware, for the further he wanders from the rigid safety of the railroad, the more unsettling his surroundings become. . .

Genre: exploration/adventure
Game length: 6-8 hours
Ages: 12+


Railroad tracks is a 2D exploration based adventure game about a lonely circus artist who has fallen into amnesia. The goal of the game is to recover his lost memories. As you progress through his surreal twilight world, certain events and areas evoke vivid episodes of involuntary recollection that recall his unsettling past. And what are those demons that lurk around?

Game instructions:

Movement: arrow keys
Enter/Exit Menu:
Fullscreen: +

Once collected, memories can be selected from the in-game menu in order to transport Pierrot back to the place where the memory was initially found. After collecting all 16 memories, endgame is unlocked.

And if you are ever lost, remember: just follow the railroad tracks. . .

Get the walkthrough here

Latest Blog

Railroad Tracks stable release added

We just added the full game as a download. This is the latest stable release of Railroad Tracks. Hope you like it!
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I wanna marry ALL the boys!! And Donna is a meanc
This looks absolutely lovely~
I wanna marry ALL the boys!! And Donna is a meanc
Been playing this and like it a lot so far. I've got a bunch to say, but I think I'll save it for a review after I'm done. I did get stuck, though. I seem to be missing 3(?) memories and have no idea where to look for them. Any clues? Here's the ones I currently have.

Edit: nevermind, found your guide on steam, sorry for not checking beforehand!
Got stuck here, don't think this room is supposed to exist?:

So far the environments are pretty cool but I'm disliking that (as far as I know) I have to watch the first memory every time to return to the railroad tacks. It's also still a little easy to get lost even with the walk-through sometimes, it's becoming part of the game itself. Will have further thoughts later probably.
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