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Main features

  • In-browser online game (no installation required)
  • Fully 3D environment
  • VR & Device Orientation support
  • Touch & gestures
  • Mouse & keyboard input
  • Gamepad controller support
  • HTML5 / CSS3 / JavaScript
  • Multiplayer (coming soon)

System Requirements

  • Internet connection
  • Modern webbrowser with HTML5/WebGL support
  • 160MB Disk space for storing App
  • A computer, laptop, tablet or recent mobile phone
  • A mouse, keyboard, touchpad, gamepad or touchscreen
  • 2.6GHz CPU (multiple cores)
  • 2GB System Memory (4GB preferred)
  • Graphics Card with 2GB Memory
  • 800x600 screen resolution (1440x1080 or above preferred)


  • G-scale Tracks
    • Brass
    • Copper
    • Steel
    • Plastic
  • Buildings
  • Loading/unloading
    • Farm Silo
    • Gravel Unloading Conveyor
    • Lumber Loader
    • Mine Shaft
    • Saw Mill
  • Cranes
    • Gantry Crane
    • Girder Crane
    • Harbour Crane
    • Large Overhaul Crane
    • Loading Crane
  • Goods
    • Bag
    • Pipes
    • Lumber
    • Rockets
    • Containers
  • Weapons
    • Disco Fever Ball
    • Ice Cube Cannon
    • Jack-in-the-Box
    • Magic Bubble Blower
    • Missile Launcher
    • Watergun
  • Real Life
    • Garden & House Scenery
    • Humans & Animals
    • Bushes & Trees
    • Global Landmark Locations

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About me

My name is Quintus Hegie, your Dutch 'Conduqtor Q'. I'm a great fan of trains and railroad tracks. I love to drive around my large scale model trains in the backyard. Do you want to join me on this ride?

Conduqtor Q
Conduqtor Q opening a lowboard wagon latch

Bound only by your imagination, you can now drive any train you can dream of as if they were actually real. With the 3D VR online browser game I created, you'll be able to experience being a train conductor yourself too.

This project is part of my exploration of learning new technology, and what better way to discover new study tracks by creating a train game? So get in, all aboard - have your tickets ready and be amazed by the feeling of commanding your own (model) train!

Contact me

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