|This article is about the PC game. You may be looking for the book.|
Railway Adventures is a PC game developed by Infograms in 2001. The game was distributed by Smoby Players in the UK and Infograms in the US. It came with a control console that you could put over your keyboard.
This is your chance to drive Thomas and help with important jobs around the Island of Sodor. The games starts when you learn to drive Thomas. Then you help out with four adventures on Sodor and earn certificates. There are also some mini games that you can play when you explore the Island.
- Annie and Clarabel
- Horrid Lorries
- Tom Tipper
- Passenger Pickup - Help Thomas take Bertie's passengers around the Island.
- The Rockfall at the Quarry - Help to place the foundations of the Viaduct. Then help Cranky load tracks and then place them on the bridge so Percy can cross.
- The Missing Mailcar - Help track down the mailbag that Diesel has taken. Then help James, Edward, and Percy to load the mail.
- Depot Deliveries - Percy, Harold, Bertie, Tom Tipper, the Horrid Lorry, and Caroline need special deleivers; help Thomas pick up the right ones and deliver them.
- Great Race - Race Thomas and beat Bertie to the station.
- Mail Bag Snag - Collect all the mailbags that Diesel is throwing out of the mailcar.
- Troublesome Trucks Roundup - Round up the naughty trucks.
- Toby's Maze - Go round a maze and help Toby find his way back to the station.
- The UK release has Michael Angelis and other various voice artists do the characters voices while Robin Smith voices all of the characters in the US version.
- Scenes from Thomas and Bertie, Tenders and Turntables, Cranky Bugs, and Put Upon Percy are used.
- Orginal music from Mike O'Donnell and Junior Campbell is featured in the game.
- Sometimes, either the engines wheels don't move or their side rods are missing.
- Tidmouth Sheds has doors at the back.
- Edward looks grumpy when he, James, and Percy are at the mail depot.
- Elsbridge is inaccurately called the Airfield Station.
- Culdee Fell is portrayed as a standard gauge station.
- In almost every scene, Thomas is missing his eyebrows.