Ludorum has launched the Chuggington Puzzle Stations app, designed by Budge Studios.
The app, designed for pre-schoolers, features puzzles, clips from the TV show, connect-the-dots tasks and hidden objects.
Players can win collectable Chugger cards by completing puzzles, which have three difficulty levels and help children practice reasoning skills as well as enhance sequence and spatial awareness.
"We wanted to offer Chuggington fans a variety of puzzle activities, packed with great content such as video clips and rewards," said co-founder and creative director of Budge Studios, Michael Elman.
"Our goal was to deliver a game that kids of all ages would enjoy, with multiple difficulty levels and a dynamic gameplay that adjusts to your abilities."
Ludorum will hope Puzzle Stations enjoys the same success as the first Chuggington app, Chuggington Traintastic Adventures, which has over 2.5m downloads across the App Store, Amazon and Google Play.
"The team at Budge Studios are pros at what they do," said Dana Thacker, digital manager at Ludorum.
"After the success of the Chuggington Traintastic Adventures app, we couldn't wait to work with them on something new," said Dana Thacker, Digital Manager at Ludorum.
The Chuggington Puzzle Stations App is available for free with in-app purchases on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.