Discover a modern European classic. Celebrate one of the world's most vital and enduring passions: railroads. Use your initial investment to build track. Then pick up commodities where they are grown, mined, or manufactured and deliver them to a lucrative place of demand. Complete a delivery and make the money you need to buy larger, faster trains, and expand your railroad empire. Win the game by building the most effective railroad empire. With over a million variations, Eurorails never grows old. You decide where to lay your tracks. Your only obstacles are rival tracks and Europe's great mountains, channels, and rivers. So, ignore the borders. Capture the industrial spirit of Europe and learn to build an empire. Whether you share Eurorails as an evening with friends or as a rainy day activity with your family, you'll always find it captivating. After enjoying this great game, you can explore one of the many other award-winning Empire Builder games, including titles as diverse as China Rails, Australian Rails, and Martian Rails. Eurorails is geographically accurate. The game depicts Europe's rivers, plains, and mountains, as well as its natural resources. It's a great way to learn about the geography, business, shipping, and transportation of Europe while having loads of fun with friends or family. Eurorails contains: 1 markable gameboard (puzzle-cut map), 2 decks of colorful cards (180 total), 94 color load chips, 1 pack of money, 1 pack of crayons, 6 train pawns, and full-color rules.
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In Steam, you build railroads and deliver goods along an ever-changing network of tracks and stations. You build the tracks, upgrade towns, improve your train, and grab the right goods to make the longest, most profitable deliveries. Score your deliveries and add to your income or victory points, balancing your need to invest against your quest to win the game. Steam contains a beautiful, double-sided game board. The map on each side depicts terrain, towns, and cities at the start of the railway age. The map of the northeastern USA and neighboring Canada is ideal for 3 or 4 players. Use the map of Europe's lower Rhine and Ruhr region when playing a 4- or 5-player game. And, because you can play Steam on any number of current and future variant and expansion maps, we include pieces for 6 players. Steam is the culmination of Martin Wallace's classic railroad game series. It contains a brilliantly balanced base game, and a very rich, elegant standard game. Both offer you unparalleled flavor and fun. Steam is designed by Martin Wallace, and plays 3-6 players. Game time is around 90 minutes, for players 10 years old and up. Steam contains: A full-color, double-sided game board, 136 double-sided track tiles, 8 New City tiles, 7 double-sided Action tiles, 144 wooden player tokens (in 6 colors), 96 wooden goods cubes (in 5 colors), 9 City Growth markers, 67 gold, silver and copper money tokens, 1 wooden train turn marker, 1 cloth goods bag, A simple, full color rules booklet for both the Base and Standard games