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The Final Station

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The Final Station is an action-adventure game developed by Do My Best Games.


It is 2059, 134 years after the First Visitation when UFOs crashed on Earth and began infecting humans creating zombies. With many countries destroyed, humankind was able to repel the attack at a large price. A united government is formed, migration to unaffected regions takes place. Life slowly comes back to normal. Railroads become the main transportation method, connecting the last remaining cities. The unnamed main character works as a train driver. After he finished the delivery of special cargo, the Second Visitation begins.


The Final Station is a two-dimensional pixelated game that focuses on survival and resource management. The main objective of The Conductor is to reach his home to protect his daughter. The players arrive at numerous stations on their journey to look for fuel, food, and ammunition. The survivors of the Visitation can also be found at the station and be taken with you on the train.

While the players travel to other stations, they can interact with the survivors they had picked up. They may request food, medicine or offer a quest upon talking to them. These survivors will walk off your train when they reach their destination.

The Only Traitor DLC

A DLC was released for the game. It offered a different plot perspective, new enemies and instead of driving a train, the main character drives a car.

Release date
Do My Best
Andrey Rumak
Oleg Sergeev
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for Xbox One

System requirements for PlayStation 4

System requirements for Nintendo Switch

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP and up
  • Processor: 1 Ghz and up
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Built in toaster
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Please don't use your video card to make toast. Runs fine on integrated graphics cards.

System requirements for Linux

  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
  • Processor: 1Ghz and up
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: 256 mb video memory, OpenGL 2

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: OSX El Capitain
  • Processor: 1Ghz and up
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: A dishwasher
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Tested on OSX El Capitain. Likely won't run well on the 12" MacBooks as those don't have a fan.
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The Final Station reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Exciting Idea, great retro graphics, though, and this is my biggest Criticism of this Game: It's partly just very unfair. In some Respects, game mechanics do not allow two Things to be done at the same time or two Actions to become seamless with each other. Bsp.: I climb up a Ladder and he automatically goes one step forward, which costs my Life or makes it considerably more difficult, because now I not only have to shoot at the running Zombies, but also take a Step back to then the Animation for the Climbing down stairs-meanwhile, you can't shoot. Such simple Things can make a Game frustrating, because now in most Situations it is no longer my Fault when I die, but the Fault of Animation. Too bad for the Game, because the Idea is really great.
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+ Beautiful pixel graphics in the Foreground + Playing Values idea (You feel like a Supporting Actor of a much bigger Story) + Interesting combat system + Faire Autosay function +/-The End leaves a lot of Questions unanswered. For my Taste too many, but others may see it differently-The Background has nothing of pixel art but seems more like a normal Picture has been magnified-Very short game. -The Train throws a car in front of comical Mini-Games that you have to go through again and again to stop the Train from poisoning the Passengers. However, one cannot follow the Talks or admire the Background. It is a great pity. -To bring All Passengers safely to Their Destination is hardly possible with the reduced Resources. Not knowing where to transport them makes it even harder to make a Decision about who to continue caring for and who not to take care of.
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Product received for free Absolut unexpectedly intense Indie game ... The first Pictures initially kept me strongly from buying. But When it was the Responsibility to go into the Game package as part of the Humble Bundle, I was happy to test it. And that, without ever having regretted it, far From it. In my 5 Hours I was totally unexpectedly drawn into this "destroyed" world, every new Stop in a City on the Way to the destination was his own and has let me learn more and more about this World and the previous History of the Game. The Game plays great, a satisfying Weapon feeling where every Shot has to sit and a direct Gameplay where every Move feels crisp. The Gameplay is Underlined by a wonderful and fitting Music that adds Depth to the Loneliness of the Protagonist during his Travels and supports the exciting and serious Story of great. Without giving too much away, I recommend The Final Station to everyone. For a Sale Price of 8-10 Euros for 5 Hours it is always worth it.
The Final Station is one of those narrative driven games that are not so impressive in the gameplay aspect but have amazing stories to tell you. This game is involving and beautiful, unlike most narrative driven games currently are. It’s also very beautiful and let’s you uncover the plot through experiencing different situations. If you expect a gameplay-centric game, this title is not for you but if you ready to dive into a great story, you’re welcome.  
The game is too expensive. The gameplay becomes repetitive quickly, the story seems to be great but the ending ruins everything good about it. The game is short and I can’t say it bad. It doesn’t deserve its money. Better wait and buy it on sale, then your disappointment won’t be so expensive at least.  
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