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Game Box for Ticket to Ride (X360)

Ticket to Ride

An electronic version of the popular board game. In Ticket to Ride we have fun on the map of the world, making journeys between certain metropolises and disturbing other players in their wars. A maximum of five players can take part in the game.

Strategy | trains | Board & card | multiplayer | for 2 people | indie games | splitscreen | PlayLink application

Ticket to Ride cover

developer: Next Level Games

Official website

Game mode: single / multiplayer

Multiplayer mode: Internet / common screen, players: 1-5

game release date:

25Jun2008

X360

12May2011

iOS

24May2012

PC

05Jun2013

AND

14Nov2018

PS4

Ticket to Ride is an electronic version of the popular board game, prepared by Alan Moon and dealing with the subject of railroading. Players travel by train and collect train cards.

Mechanics

The rules of the game are largely the same as the original. The field of action is the map of the United States. It shows the cities connected by railway tracks. Before entering the game, players receive tickets which contain information about connections between two randomly selected cities. The task is to follow the route connecting these metropolises, visiting all the locations along the way. Naturally, the details of your journey should be kept strictly confidential from other participants.

The game is enriched, among other things, by using train cards, which are drawn in every turn. In addition, you get pawns that symbolize the wagons. The game can end in several different ways - after exhaustion of the available wagons or the completion of the whole route, which was read from the ticket. The number of points scored at the end depends on many factors. Particularly rewarded is, among other things, long, uninterrupted journeys. Ticket to Ride requires from the player first of all strategic planning in order to achieve the final victory.

Game modes

This production offers the possibility of playing alone, but incomparably more interesting is the multiplayer. If you have a game on a shared screen, there may be four players on the board. When you choose to play online, this limit is increased to five people.

Technical aspects

Ticket to Ride has a quite simple graphic design, which consists mainly of various screens of statistics and very stylish, drawn images. The PlayStation 4 version uses Playlink technology, allowing the phone to be used as a private second screen.

PEGI Rating

Age rating. The PEGI rating considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty.

System requirements

Microsoft Xbox 360

Uses: Xbox Live, Xbox Live Vision

PC / Windows

Recommended: Core 2 Duo 1.6 GHz, 1 GB RAM (2 GB RAM - Vista/7), graphic card 256 MB (GeForce 6600 or better), 140 MB HDD, Windows XP/Vista/7

Android OS

Apple iOS