Contractors are a player's business partners. Each contract is a job that helps a particular contractor run his or her business. These jobs include constructing buildings and decorations, delivering resources such as materials () or gold (), and sending locomotives, wagons or train sets. While most contracts have only one task to complete, some contracts require players to complete two or even three tasks. Other contracts allow players to choose between two available tasks; completing either task will fulfill the contract.
In return for the player's assistance, contractors give experience points (abbreviation: XP) () and a reward after each contract is fulfilled. Rewards include buildings, decorations, locomotives, wagons, gems (), and whistles ().
As of 3 Apr 2018, the game has 20 permanent contractors, who offer a total of more than 1,200 contracts, and 1 infinite contractor. Each contractor has a minimum required level players must achieve before working on her/his contracts. This represents the fact that different business people look for business partners with different amounts of experience; the "Easy" contractors ask for little or no experience, while the "Hard" contractors want players to prove themselves before doing business with them. See column "Level" in the table below (for players who started after the 24 Jan 2013 Game Update).
When a player completes a permanent contractor's final contract, the contractor delivers a special reward instead of one of the usual rewards. In addition, the contractor grants the player full use of her/his station, adding the station's passenger limit and passenger income to that of the player's Main Station.
1 International Slot
2 Depot Slots
-10% Discount on Mystery Depots
Land Down Under
2 Train Slots
Rain Theme Enhancement
Old New York with Starfall Night
3 Train Slots
, , 15
Red Planet Theme
Chris Reward Set
Special Maglev Destination
Old New York
Ling Reward Set
Neo Hong Kong
Special Hyperloop Destination
Land Down Under
| ||500||100||It's a mystery!|
Occasionally, a Scaled Contractor will appear in the game for a limited time for certain level groups, giving players more opportunities to earn rewards worthy of their level. They usually appear during certain events or seasons, and their contracts are released daily. Although most contractors only accept Steam, Diesel, and Electric trains, some also accept Maglev and Hyperloop trains.
Your level, at the time a scaled contractor is released, determines your level group in which you will stay, even if your level raised over the group's limit before you accept the first contract or during the run-time.
Once finished, players will not be able to "replay" the contractor if they leveled up to the next level group.
Scaled contractors never grant the use of their stations because of the limited time they are available.
|Diesel Domination|| ||120|
|21||Valve BR I |
Valve BR II
Valve BR III
|21||Town Courthouse |
Lotte World Tower
|Electric Extravaganza|| ||120|
|Valentine's Day|| ||45|
Polar with Night
Santa's Polar with Snowfall
Polar with Starfall Night
Winter Lake with Christmas Night
|21||Neonythe Tower |
|Diesel Domination|| ||30|
|Maglev Madness|| ||30|
Occasionally, a Seasonal contractor will appear in the game for a limited time, giving players more opportunities to earn rewards. They usually appear during certain events or seasons, their contracts are released daily, and start right after the Game Update.
Seasonal contractors never grant the use of their stations because of the limited time they are available.
Occasionally, a Competitive Contractor will appear in the game for a limited time, giving players more opportunities to earn rewards. They usually appear during certain events or seasons. When they start, their contracts are announced at the TrainStation Info page and all contracts are released at once. They usually appear at 18:00, and leave the game at 12:00 (GMT).
Competitive contractors never grant the use of their stations because of the limited time they are available.
|Diesel Domination|| ||400||7||150|
|Hyperloop Hype|| ||200||12||75|
|Winter Games|| ||450||8|
PWG Gold Medal
Snowy Metropolis with Night
|Diesel Domination|| ||450||7||150|
|Maglev Madness|| ||500||7||150|
Trip times and costsEdit
The trip time for an international train on Standard Route is 4 hours.
Lower level contract partners have a decreased travel time:
- 30 minutes to Wilma
- 1 hour to Johann
- 2 hours to Bobby
The "Cancel Train" option is available only for the first 3 minutes of the trip. After 3 minutes, this option no longer appears in the Trains screen, and the player receives credit for all appropriate achievements.
An international train will arrive at a contractor's station five minutes after being dispatched.
On occasion, Pixel Federation will offer shorter international routes for a limited time. During these limited periods the Standard Route will be reduced to 3 hours. This reduction will not be applied to a Competitive contractor.
An international train will wait in a contractor's station for one hour. If the player manually collects the train's load, the contractor will receive 110% of what the train carries. After one hour, the train will give the contractor 100% of the train's load, and depart the contractor's station.
With the 17 Oct 2016 Game Update, the previous Fast Route was replaced with International Train Speed-Up - you no longer have to wait until your ITs gets back, you can recall them immediately any time you need!
Speed-up prices - paid with - decrease with remaining journey time!
Historical: Before the above mentioned Update you had to choose every time you send out an international train between
- Standard Route at no cost or
- Fast Route for a cost of 9 and reduced travel time to 3 hours
- Contractor Station Street Sizes
- Maximum Passengers Per Hour
- Contractor Extra Resources Required
- Contractor History
- Past Seasonal Contractor
- Contractors Overview Page
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