A transport-themed puzzle, the solution of which is to lay a closed railway track from fragments of the trackbed. If you are familiar with the puzzle From 1 to 25, then the task of laying a path will seem familiar to you. This is done in exactly the same way, only in contrast to numbers, here — rails. Their fragments are placed on the playing field, in the cells of a square table.

Columns and rows of the chessboard-like table are marked with certain numbers. These are hints that tell you the number of tiles that can be set in that row or column. If there are exactly that many rails, the number turns gray. If you exceed the limit for a row or column, the number turns red, and the shortfall is marked in black.

Installation of rail fragments can be done with the mouse or numeric keypad (PC), or with your finger (tablet). Just move the pointer with the button pressed on the table and the rails will be installed themselves.

The railway track cannot cross itself — bridges cannot be built here.

Before starting, fill in the field with a certain number of stationary fragments. They are grayed out and cannot be moved. It is necessary to attach the trackbed to them so that all stationary fragments of rails are involved.

The puzzle provides two game options: simple and complex. Each of them is divided into subsections, giving you the opportunity to choose the size of the playing field: 6x6, 8x8, 10x10 or 15x15. Of course, the more cells, the harder it is to play.

The placement of the starting rails is different every day — you can play a new puzzle every day, which makes it possible to classify it as a casual game.

You can play the game LAYING THE PATH online 24 hours a day for free. It is no need to download and install it on your computer, and it is also not required you to be the registered user. Just ckick and enjoy. See also a set of related games below on that you might be interested to look.