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Thomas the Locomotive becomes a psychopathic killer in this horror game



The animated series from our childhood turns into a nightmare with this scary new game in which escape is the only option for survival.

Choo-Choo Charles is not the spiritual continuation of Thomas and his friends we were waiting for, but it is the one we will have (and which will come to haunt us). This title announced in October 2021 created the surprise by transforming the small animated locomotives of our childhood into an arachnoid monster straight out of our wildest nightmares.

A year later, the little horror train is ready to enter the station but will be late for the end-of-year horrific festivities. Indeed, this title could have been perfect to celebrate Halloween, but we will have to wait until December before trying it. Enough to perpetuate the “spooky season” after a short winter session of The strange Christmas of Mr. Jack notably.

Horrors to make the SNCF pale

Gavin Eisenbeisz, independent developer behind the Two Star Games studio of which he is the sole employee, has just revealed that his horrifying little gem will be available on Steam on December 9th. To celebrate this announcement, it is accompanied by a new trailer that allows you to discover the extent of the anxieties that await players. Between railway simulation and FPS in the open world, you will have to use your own train and improve it to overcome Choo-Choo Charles.

Intended only for PC gamers at present, the game developer has stated thata console output is not to be ruled out. The future of this version of the game probably hinges on the success of the title upon its initial release. It is possible toadd the title to your wishlist on Steam to be notified of its release. One thing is sure, Choo-Choo Charles promises to mark the horror game market, and promises to be a nugget worthy of the successes of the genre in the early 2010s. With its share of jumpscare that has nothing to envy to Slenderthis may be the first time players are happy to see a train arrive late…

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