Ticket to Ride is a classic family game. Released in 2004 Ticket to Ride gets you to build track across America. The longer the tracks, the more points you get from the tickets. Each round you either take a new ticket, choose a train car card, or build your routes. The game is easy to learn and fun to play!
Who plays the game?
The game is suitable for everyone and is a great entry-level starter for kids and new gamers alike!
The aim of the game is to get the most victory points. These are gained by completing Tickets and by building long connections between towns and cities. The longer the route the more points, for example Los Angeles to New York is worth more points than Atlanta to Miami. You get more points for longer connections, so a one-step connection is worth one point, whereas a six step connection is worth 15 points. Collect train car cards to enable you to build your track, but don’t wait too long in case someone else steals your route!
Anyone can learn this game, it’s very simple to play. The simplicity of the game is part of the attraction.
Quick to Learn 5/5
Hard to Master 2/5
Designer: Alan R. Moon
Artist: Cyrille Daujean, Julien Delval
Publisher: Days of Wonder
Part of Family: Ticket to Ride