From Jean Van Laethem:
Gartriage is a simple, cool brainteaser with sixty built-in levels. Each level of Gartriage is called a station. The goal is to move each wagon to its load of the corresponding color. Using the mouse, you can easily move the train, couple or uncouple wagons. The integrated level editor allows creating your own stations. A ""Translation Guide"", written in English, explains how to add a new language.
Version 1.1 includes integrated level editor.
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