CONNECT MORE THAN CITIES! Set off with your friends and family to re(discover) Ticket to Ride, the classic boardgame. In this railway adventure, you’ll need to be the quickest to link up your cities and reach your destinations. In this strategy game for all ages, try out different tactics, block your competitors’ lines and take over routes before the others do. With so many different strategies to try, each new game is a unique experience. Travel the world from Europe to India, passing through the legendary China, facing new challenges by purchasing additional cards with their own special rules (available in expansion packs). - A tutorial teaches you the rules of the game so you can head off quickly on your adventure - Play in single-player mode, online multi-player against the whole world, or local multi-player with your friends - This is the official adaptation of Alan R. Moon’s best-selling boardgame, Ticket to Ride, which sold over 8 million copies. - An easy-to-play strategy game - No game is ever the same, you can play over and over again - Discover a series of add-ons with special maps and rules - Challenge players all over the world in cross-platform mode
what’s not to love about being able to play anywhere anytime?
The game works great overall, but there are some minor UI things that could be resolved. I still cannot select certain combinations of my avatar’s colors and gender. Certain colors are only available for each gender. At the end of the game, the last place player gets highlighted in gold — wouldn’t it make more sense for the winner to be highlighted instead?
Seems to like to ignore completed routes when playing against the computer. Would be understandable if it was a reasonable price. Ridiculous for an app that they charge so much for. Also hard to start multiplayer online games.
In almost every game I have played online a player either drops out or (possibly?) just stops playing resulting in all other players having to wait until their time runs out. The default for each player is 15 minutes, and it can happen at any time. Theres no other, quicker way for a player to time out and be replaced by an AI, which is a major flaw in an otherwise decent board game adaption.
Brand new iPad, just updated game and it keeps closing itself out before I can even play.
So I just recently changed to iPhone and I had to repurchase the app just to play on iOS. Problem is the game is almost unplayable on iOS but on Android I had no problems at all. I have to press home screen and then view programs, get back in the game just to refresh the game to see if it’s my turn since it just times out after I make an action. Other players are annoyed by my presence since it ruins the game play for others and myself since I’m slowing down the action. Idk what I should do..
Don’t waist your time or money on this. I promise all you will get dealt is crappy cards, small routes. While your opponent gets the best of everything. Maybe I wouldn’t feel this way, If the developers would have made this game compatible for MacBook. After I bought the name on my Iphone I realized how small the game board was and tried to download on my MacBook. Nope! If I want it I have to pay another $6.99 and buy all the different maps again.
If somebody doesn’t play and leaves the game without quitting, it will make you sit there until their time runs out. Could be up to 15minutes long. This has happened to me every single game I’ve played and everyone has to sit there and wait. Very big features fault that needs an enhancement. If someone doesn’t play within 2 min they should get replaced so everyone else doesn’t have to wait until their time runs out. Waste of time and I’ve heard this from every other player I’ve played with. Large defect
Love this game and the app is wonderful. Well worth the money.
This review is coming from someone who has played the board game probably a hundred times. Me and my family downloaded the game to play with some friends because of Covid-19. The game is for the most part a great adaptation of the original along with some added features that improve the experience like the timer and having your points gained by laying train cars added automatically. That being said there was one frustrating thing that wasn’t a problem at all in the actual board game. This is that there is no way to see all of your routes at one time when it’s your turn. This one little thing made 2 of my 5 games I have played so far on the app feel as if I loss not by my own sword but instead because of the app. If this was added in I would give this app a 5 star review without thinking twice.