The Polar Express (2004) first comes into action in 2004 which is developed by bluetongue entertainment. This game is based on the movie The polar express. It is an entirely action-adventure game that is available on video platforms. People can easily take advantage of this game on game boy advance, GameCube, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2. If you talk about the gameâ€™s artist, then the leading artist in it is Andrew Dyson. The genre of The Polar Express (2004) is action and adventure. People can play this game in single-player mode very easily and comfortably. The game directly focuses on the film entirely and comfortably. The Polar Express (2004) is divided into six chapters, and you can get a great advantage of the game. The place can quickly grab their knowledge about different areas such as a train, North pole, and more. The primary role that is played in all the six chapters of the game is a young boy. It can be easily accessed in the PlayStation 2 version because it contains support from different things. The designers of the game are nick Hagger, drew morrow, and Morten Brodersen. The animation of The Polar Express (2004) is also very futuristic because the developers are trying a lot to provide a more realistic experience to the players. If we talk about the levels of the game, then 15 levels play a very vital part in all six chapters of the game. Chapter one is based on The polar express; players have to provide all autofocus on the Scrooge plan, the lonely boy, and the lost ticket. Chapter 2 and chapter 3 are based on the rooftop and the engine room, respectively. In chapter 2 the rooftop rescue and chasing train plays very vital part, whereas in the engine room you have to repair the engine and stoke the flame properly.
CPU: Intel Core i3-2400s @ 2.5 GHz or AMD FX-6350 @ 3.9 GHz or equivalent
CPU Speed: 933 MHz
Sound Card: 2.4 Hz
Video Card: GeForce GTX 850m or AMD equivalent
OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or 10