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Toy train set sandbox 'Tracks' gets upgraded for Steam Deck

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Love trains? Tracks looks like quite a sweet little game really and it has a new release out to help with Steam Deck compatibility. Tracks hasn't yet been through any verification though, keep that in mind.

"Tracks is a beautiful toy train set builder which gives you the tools to play without limits. Jump into an expansive sandbox and lay down track pieces, create bridges and build towns with Tracks’ easy to get to grips with gameplay. Once you’re ready, hop into the driver’s seat and ride your little train in first-person view – controlling the speed and direction, as you ride the rails." — Whoop Group, developer.

The latest release notes:

  • Added Korean language support
  • Overhauled the language selection menu
  • Improved accuracy of Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese and Japanese translations
  • Fixed various small issues relating to the Steam Deck / gamepad support

Specifically, the developer noted it now supports Steam Input and brings up the keyboard properly for entering text with a gamepad and they have formally submitted the game for Deck verification now.

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You can buy Tracks on Humble Store and Steam.

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I did not know about this game before, this looks neat. Might just get it to show my little cousins... Or that might just be an excuse so that I can play it myself.
CatKiller 3 Mar
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It looks interesting, so I've added it to my wishlist, but it's not supported on Linux, so I'll be waiting for a significant discount before buying it.
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