Terrakami Games previews Hover Train terrain piece

By Polar_Bear
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Dec 19th, 2013
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Terrakami Games is showing off the hover train terrain piece they’ve been working on that’ll be available over in their webshop soon.

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From the preview:

Maglev train finally arrived to Paradiso! our model is almost finished and will be available in our web store on December 27th along a restock of the full catalogue. It will come with 2 locomotives plus 4 cargo wagons and the price will be 65 euro for this 120cm scenery pack!
Tractor units will come with fully playable interiors and include objective consoles.
Catch the train!

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  • 4tonmantis

    Very cool! So many ways this could be used and the price isn’t horrible. Hopefully the locomotives will eventually be available separately so we can do a depot piece..

  • jedijon

    This is a neat concept and I like the scattered container look. Unless my eyes deceive me, however, there’s one crazy design problem here… That “hover” tank better be hovering over the track because its not broken up into cars – or sections of any kind for that matter – sp how it would function as a train is beyond me.

    Engines, some nice Sci-fi linkages, and flatbed platforms w/railings WOULD BE a cool product.

    • That “hover” tank better be hovering
      over the track because its not broken
      up into cars – or sections of any kind
      for that matter – sp how it would
      function as a train is beyond me.

      Is there a chance the track could bend?
      Not on your life, my Hindu friend.

      • cybogoblin

        This will be perfect for the North Haverbrook board I’m building.

  • 4tonmantis

    If you look, the platforms are individual pieces.. for the photo it appears they have pushed them together.. I would imagine that if you like, you can model them with couplings.. They could also be actual hover devices like the skiffs Jabba uses in Return of the Jedi.. in which case they would need to be rigid. I’m surprised at the lack of imagination and observation.

  • I was excited for a minute thinking this was an inductrack model.