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Edward the Man-Eating Train Codes (January 2023)

Be sure to Choo-Choo-Choose Your Weapon Wisely ...
Edward the Man-Eating Train
Image via Fridge Pig Studios

If you have a game in the works, never be surprised if someone on the Roblox platform makes it first. In the case of Edward the Man-Eating Train, sure it openly states that it’s inspired by the upcoming Choo-Choo Charles, but … something bothers me about this one. In any case, if you’re looking for Edward the Man-Eating Train codes, read on! We’ve got the latest active and expired codes for this experience.

It would seem that, as of writing, these codes are primarily good for acquiring more tickets. Tickets can be used to buy new weapons, titles, and other items to improve your survival odds. But, no matter what you have offensive-wise, don’t get overconfident. Edward is coming, and he’s not happy.

If you’d like to play other games like this on the Roblox platform, why not try Apeirophobia, Emergency Landing, Breaking Point, Shrek in the Backrooms, or Combat Warriors?

All Edward the Man-Eating Train Codes List

Last checked: January 5, 2023

Added two new codes.

Edward the Man-Eating Train Codes (Working)

These are all the working codes for Edward the Man-Eating Train.

  • INEVERLEFTTHECHANGELONG — Unlocks: 50 Tickets (New)
  • TURRETS — Unlocks: 75 Tickets (New)
  • WHOOPSILETALLTHECODESEXPIRE — Unlocks: 75 Tickets (New)

Edward the Man-Eating Train Codes (Expired)

These are all the expired codes for Edward the Man-Eating Train.

  • PLEASEDONOTPUTTHISCODEINACLICKBAITVIDEOORARTICLE — Unlocks: 50 Tickets (New)
  • JOINTHECOMMUNITY — Redeem for 75 Tickets (New)
  • ISTILLREADTHECHANGELOG — Redeem for 75 Tickets
  • LAUNCHDAY — Redeem for Some Free Tickets!
  • LAUNCHWEEK — Redeem for Some Free Tickets!

How to Redeem Codes in Edward the Man-Eating Train?

Redeeming codes in Edward the Man-Eating Train is super simple. Follow our guide below.

Edward the Man-Eating Train Codes
Image via Fridge Pig Studios
  • Launch Edward the Man-Eating Train on Roblox.
  • In the lobby — it manifests as a stop along the railroad tracks — click the CODES button. It’s the third square icon on the right-hand side.
  • Input the code in the box provided, and click SUBMIT.

How Can You Get More Edward the Man-Eating Train Codes?

It would seem that the best ways to find new codes for this experience are to follow the developer on Twitter, or subscribe to their channel on YouTube.

Why Are My Edward the Man-Eating Train Codes Not Working?

It’s crucial to stress the importance of copying and pasting the codes from where you found them to the game itself. Otherwise, you run the risk of inputting the codes incorrectly. But, if you are 100% sure that you’re inputting the codes correctly, then the codes may have expired, and we haven’t had the chance to mark them as such. If this is the case, feel free to double check the developer’s account on Twitter or on YouTube to see if any new codes have dropped!

What Are Edward the Man-Eating Train Codes Used For?

As of writing, it would appear that codes are used exclusively for acquiring new tickets. In Edward the Man-Eating Train, tickets are the primary currency that can be used to buy new weapons, titles, or items such as additional boxcars. Interestingly enough, a lot of seemingly premium items are priced efficiently, so you shouldn’t have to save up for long before acquiring some pretty high-powered weapons.

What is Edward the Man-Eating Train?

Edward the Man-Eating Train is an experience created by Fridge Pig Studios for the Roblox platform. It claims to be inspired by the indie horror title Choo-Choo Charles. In the game, you start at a train platform, where you can buy new weapons, titles, and other such items. You are then transported to a moving train, where you and your teammates must fend off Edward, the Man-Eating Train.

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