Most puzzle games that revolve around trains deal with you trying to keep the trains from crashing. In From A to B, however, the trains are merely the main obstacle. Your goal is to get a single car from point A to point B without it crashing or running out of fuel. While I’ve struggled to get into many of the “don’t crash the train” puzzle games, I’ve found this one quite intriguing so far. It’s certainly one of the most challenging ones that I’ve played to date, and I love the fact that it relies on careful ingenuity, and not your ability to beat a clock by chucking random parts on a track, in order to truly be victorious.