Cosmic Express

4.5
597 reviews
10K+
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Teacher Approved
Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Cosmic Express is a puzzle game about planning the train route for the world's most awkward space colony, from the minds behind A Good Snowman Is Hard To Build and the art of Tyu from Klondike. It's cute, harder than it looks, and guaranteed to give you hours of frustrating fun across hundreds of levels.

No in-app-purchases or ads.

Awards:

Finalist - IMGA Global, 2017
Finalist - IndiePlus, 2017
Official Selection - Indie Megabooth, GDC 2017
Official Selection - Google Play Indie Corner, PAX 2016
Updated on
Jan 26, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

4.6
539 reviews
Grant M.
November 14, 2021
A brilliant, fantastically challenging puzzle game for veteran puzzle gamers. The level designers are freaking genius masterminds that never fail to stump you. These puzzles get really difficult while always looking simple on the surface, sorta like Snakebird. You know a puzzle game is great when you conclude that a level seems logically impossible, and then days later you decide to give it another shot, and a short time later you manage to solve it. This has happened to me multiple times now.
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Jake Niles
November 6, 2021
Such a well executed puzzle game. Simple concept on the surface, but can get really complex. The difficulty is great too. Some times you might get stuck thinking you tried everything, then you skip it and come back later (and your work is still there, which was a brilliant design move) and then you'll inevitably realize you needed to one small thing a little differently and bam, first try. 10/10
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