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Now rail fans can experience the thrills of owning,building and operating railroads in the land of India!India Rails is the latest in a series of train games usingthe Empire Builder system. Using a specially coatedboard, playeres use crayons to draw their rail lines.Moving their train up and down the line collecting and delivering goods, players attempt to become the mostefficient delivery service in all of India!Cands inform each player of the current demands of the citizens, their job is to make a decision of which loads theywill pick up and deliver. With 52 different cities, players will never play the exact same game twice.Fans have enjoyed building railroad empires for years, now you can attempt to master a new region!
Bring your railroad-empire-building savvy to a new region. India Rails includes 52 cities in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. As with the other games in the Empire Builder System, players build railroads by connecting the dots on the game board with the special wipe-off crayons included. Lay down tracks from city to city so you can transport goods to meet the demands of the citizens (as indicated by the "demand cards"). The first player to connect all five major cities with one continuous line of track and have a minimum of $250 million in cash is the winner. A great way to learn geography while having fun. --Alison GolderSee all Product Description
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An interesting twist on Empire Builder. Excellent for teaching the players the nuances of India. As in all other iterations of Empire Builder players use crayons to draw in their... Read morePublished on February 3, 2013 by Yendor912
My family is a family of gamers and we have friends over weekly for gaming nights. this has become a popular game for those with the patience and desire to play a game that... Read morePublished on October 1, 2011 by Jason Bernabei
A bit tedious and not much fun. Save your $$, get a better game.Published on March 15, 2010 by Charles R. Bloom