Ticket to Ride Board Game
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- Gateway game designed for those new to board games; collect matching train cards to build your railway empire
- Suitable for players ages 8 and up
- For 2 to 5 players
- Streamlined rulebook makes it a quick game to learn with enough action to keep players entertained
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Of the 59 reviewers who responded, 59 would recommend this product.
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- Great family fun, easy to learn.- October 9, 2017
My wife introduced me to this game as we've been playing more board games with our friends. Ticket to Ride is a fast paced strategy game that is very risk/reward based. The board is made up of major cities and there are train tracks printed in-between the cities. Major cities have multiple tracks, and smaller cities may only have one or two tracks. Each player has up to three goals in the beginning of the game that tells them which train tracks they have to connect (such as Seattle to Memphis). The strategy of the game is to complete the goals (in secret) and block other players from building their tracks. This was a great game to play with kids 6th grade and up.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Fun game with semi-complicated scoring- January 13, 2018
We played this over the holidays with family and really enjoyed how intricate it can get. The rules are a little confusing/complicated at first, particularly how they score it. So it takes a little while to get a hang of it, and more importantly how to strategize to win the game. What I enjoy about this game is that there is a lot of strategy involved in winning the game and you can continue to develop and improve your strategy as you play. Which means it's a game you can play a lot and justify it's semi-high price tag for the game.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Highly Recommended- November 8, 2020
I'm not an avid gamer by any means, but this is one of the best board games I've played. The mechanics are super simple, but the level of strategy as well as tactics are more complex than it first appears. I believe this has great replayability despite being the "same" every game (vs. say deck building games like Dominion which is different every game). I don't have any expansions yet, but will likely add in the future.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.