Impossible to win or complete the game.
"Okay, by definition, each level is never-ending. The "game over" condition for Normal and Extreme mode is that your train system gets over-loaded. Honestly, the endlessness is part of the appeal: even after you "lose" a level, the game gives you the option to continue playing in Easy or Creative mode (neither of which have "game over" conditions — you just play until you don't feel like it)."
"I'd say yes, but as of now, there are determined level count, maybe this will be expanded with updates."
"Before the Deluxe update, it was feasible to unlock every game in the base game. Doing so would unlock unlimited play until they added more songs, removing the stamina mechanic. Ever since then, Deluxe songs require more grinding than before. This makes it impossible to get said unlimited play without paying for it."
"The game has chapters, making you wait for the next chap to release after a cliffhanger."
"Not 100% sure if levels are added but you probably like play this game for a good year or if your older then 16 probably a lot faster"
"Game is never over, they keep releasing features and there is no true ending besides completing the story, but even after there are still allot of things to do"