Get Passengers to Their Destination in Family-friendly Puzzler 'Railbound', Out on Xbox Consoles

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Developer 7Levels have launched their acclaimed puzzle game ‘Railbound’ on Xbox consoles. Players take on the role of two doggo conductors on a train journey around the world, where they will bend, tear, and connect tracks to get their passengers to their destinations.

Have a gander at the trailer and press release below. You can pick up Railbound right here on the Xbox Store.

Railbound, a recent indie gem and the critically acclaimed puzzle game depicting a charming train journey around the world is live on Xbox Series S|X and Xbox One. So get ready to leave the station and explore a wonderful word full of amazing, colorful puzzles and lovely landscapes.


Railbound is a comfy track-bending puzzle game about a pair of dogs on a train journey around the world, created by the team behind Golf Peaks and inbento. The game’s takes you on a trip through various colorful locations and beautiful landscapes at a relaxed pace. During the journey you will join, sever, and rearrange railways tracks, use tunnels, barriers, semaphores and more while solving over 200 puzzles to connect carriages in the right order and help passengers reach their destinations. All this set in the Railbound colorful world full of comic-book-inspired visuals and a relaxing original soundtrack. Furthermore the game will include all up to date updates and fixes perfectly tailored to Xbox.

  • Title perfectly tailored for Xbox
  • Amazing story and visuals that will warm your soul
  • Overwhelmingly positive reception
  • A full game version that include all up to date content update
  • Dedicated relaxing soundtrack
  • An ultimate comfort puzzle game
  • Trains and cute dogs

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Railbound Press Release


Been playing this on Android, and while a few chapter 10 levels have me feeling dumb overall it’s been a really fun, forever puzzle game

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Hah, just stumbled across this. I finished the Android version a couple of days ago. A really well done puzzle game. (Not usually my thing.) And I never even used the excellent hint function. No sir. Not at all.

I’m not entirely sure where that “amazing story” is, though. (Unless they added something to the console version?)

It’s also included in Google Play Pass for free*, for anyone that might be subscribed. I’d say it’s actually better suited to touch controls than controller.

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