In TrainStation you have access to a number of different resources: Materials, Gold, Gems.
Gold ( old icon) is used throughout TrainStation to buy items and complete contracts. Gold can be earned through sending passenger and mail wagons, leveling up, completing contracts and selling items. Gold is also used as the tax for Steam Engines.
Gems ( old icon) are TrainStation’s premium currency. Although TrainStation is truly playable and enjoyable without spending money, Pixel Federation must pay their employees and various administrative fees to provide a game that is worth attention. If you wish to support the game, you will receive some sweet premium stuff in return. Gems are also available from Mr. Bill, who delivers 1–3 gems to you each day, from completing contracts, from the daily login bonus and from the mini-game.
In TrainStation, materials are used to build Buildings, buy Themes and Extensions, buy Locomotives and wagons for trains, complete Contracts, complete some Achievements, and pay tax to dispatch trains. You gather materials by sending out Local Trains with Cargo Wagons, from Express Trains, and from Gifts. You may also receive materials from friends sending you International Trains and from the mini-game.
- As part of the June 6, 2011 Game Update, the level requirement for U-235 was lowered from 45 to 40.
- As part of the July 21, 2011 Game Update, the level requirement for Cement was lowered from 54 to 49.
- As part of the July 21, 2011 Game Update, Rubber was added as a material.
- As part of the August 18, 2011 Game Update, Carbon was added as a material.
- As part of the August 25, 2011 Game Update, Titanium was added as a material.
- As part of the January 12, 2012 Game Update, Marble and Wires were added as materials.
- As part of the February 2, 2012 Game Update, Plastics and Silicon were added as materials.
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