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Thomas & Friends: Trouble on the Tracks

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Title Screen

Thomas & Friends: Trouble on the Tracks

Developer: Mind's Eye Productions
Publisher: Hasbro Interactive
Platform: Windows
Released in US: 2000
Released in EU: 2000

SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

Thomas & Friends: Trouble on the Tracks is a point-and-click edutainment game loosely based on the Season 1 episode "Thomas and the Breakdown Train" ("Thomas Saves the Day" in the US).

Unused Audio

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Early Narration

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Present in the sound files for Mission 3 ("Fixing the Breakdown Crane") are a few early dialogues spoken by unknown British voice actors. The lines are from Sir Topham Hatt two times, and Thomas, respectively. All of these narration voices talk faster than what's used.

Early Final
Early Final

The line "breakdown truck" was replaced with "crane".

Early Final


Sounds from Thomas & Friends: The Great Festival Adventure, the first PC entry in the series, are present but unused in this game's files.

The game's manual shows a pre-release build of the game that uses the cursor from The Great Festival Adventure, which was changed in the final release.

Regional Differences

The game is narrated by Robin Smith in the US and Michael Angelis (the UK narrator of the series proper at the time) in the UK.