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Choo-Choo Charles

Two Star Games
Dec 9, 2022 - PC
Weak

OpenCritic Rating

56

Top Critic Average

7%

Critics Recommend

IGN
4 / 10
Destructoid
6.5 / 10
God is a Geek
7 / 10
PC Invasion
6 / 10
COGconnected
65 / 100
Gaming Nexus
7 / 10
GameXplain
Liked
Twinfinite
1.5 / 5
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Critic Reviews for Choo-Choo Charles

Choo-Choo Charles is a haphazardly assembled meme-come-to-life that’s short, silly, and exceedingly dull.

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Slightly above average or simply inoffensive. Fans of the genre should enjoy them a bit, but a fair few will be left unfulfilled.

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Choo Choo Charles never takes itself seriously, but there's a fun game at its core with simple yet effective mechanics.

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Choo-Choo Charles is undoubtedly an amusing concept. But it feels more like a semi-polished tech demo than a retail experience, which isn't helped by the awful enemy logic.

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Will there ever be another Choo-Choo Charles? I sort of hope so. Sure, this first stab at it has issues, but there’s no reason Two Star Games can’t continue to mold this into a dark horse juggernaut. It may take years, but I hope it happens. I’ll be keeping a close eye on the future of this franchise.

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While it may not have a lengthy playtime or genre-defining mechanics, Choo-Choo Charles is nonetheless an impressive project created by a single person. If you're craving some dumb spooky fun centered around upgrading your own train whilst trying to derail a demon spider locomotive (a very specific craving, indeed), then look no further.

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If you’re looking for a scary Spider Train experience that’ll get your heart rate going, you’re probably just better off watching that Spider-Man 2 scene where everyone keeps Peter Parker’s secret. At least that way, you’ll have seen a good movie instead of playing a video game that was simply made because the idea sounded good in theory.

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