Ticket To Ride - Europe
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From the manufacturer
Exciting Train Adventure Through Turn-of-The Century Europe
New Game Does Not Require Original Version
- 2-5 Players
- 30-60 minutes long game
- Lavishly Illustrated Game Board
- 1 Board Map of European Train Routes
- 225 Colored Train Cars
- 158 Illustrated Cards
- 15 Stations
- 5 Wooden Scoring Markers
1 Rules Booklet
New Elements and Experience
-Tunnels, Ferries, and Train Stations
-Upgraded to First-Class Accommodations
-Simple,Easy to Learn
-Fun for Families and Experienced Gamers
4098806 Features: -Ticket to Ride Europe Board Game.-Add a new layer of decision-making to the basic formula.-New and even more attractive to the gamers in the crowd.-Funny game.-New game and does not require the original version.-Appeals to both families and experienced gamers. Dimensions: -Overall Dimensions: 11.75'' H x 11.75'' W x 3'' D.
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|Item Dimensions||11.75 x 11.75 x 3 in||11.75 x 11.75 x 3 in||4.25 x 7.75 x 1.2 in||11.6 x 11.6 x 1.4 in||11.8 x 3.9 x 11.8 in||11.75 x 11.75 x 1.5 in|
|Item Weight||—||2.8 lbs||0.75 lb||3.15 lbs||4.41 lbs||2 lbs|
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+ More complex than the original with the addition of locomotives, tunnels, and stations. (Stations aren't in Nordic.)
+ Plays up to 5 players, a potential improvement on Nordic if you play with larger groups.
+ Some cities will be more familiar and easier to find than in Nordic. (And easier to find if you're European!)
- Art is not as pretty as in Nordic and the cards feel slightly lower quality.
- Compared to the US edition, the cities may be unfamiliar and harder to find for American players.
- While it scales from 2-5, it does not play as smoothly with 2-3 players as Nordic does. If you are only/mainly playing with 2-3, I'd highly recommend Nordic over either Europe or the US versions.
Overall this a really fun game that can be enjoyed with just about any group. It is strategic enough to hold your interest while simple enough to teach in 5 minutes. If you already have the US Ticket to Ride, it's worth getting this one for the added components which make it a slightly heavier game.
Original - Poor quality board was wrinkled and warped, making the game essentially unplayable. Cards and trains were well made. Set was missing 10 of the 15 train station pieces needed to play. I've played the game before at a friend's house so I know it is fun; just this copy was unplayable.
The addition of train stations, tunnels, and ferries add a light, but welcome layer of complexity. They also work well from a thematic point of view. Train stations offer additional flexibility. They mitigate the element of chance inherent to drawing destination tickets or being blocked off by an opponent, and they are almost necessary given that the European map is much less interconnected than its United States counterpart. Tunnels add an element of risk that forces players to think more about hand management. And ferries change the way players go about acquiring and using their locomotives.
It's little wonder that 'Ticket to Ride' games stand out as one of the most well-known and beloved gateway game series. For me, 'Ticket to Ride: Europe' is superior to vanilla 'Ticket to Ride' in almost every way with significantly higher replay and engagement value.
+ Retains most of the elegance and simplicity of vanilla 'Ticket to Ride'
+ Richer gameplay thanks to addition of new gameplay mechanisms
+ Players feel a sense of accomplishment even if they don't win
+ Moves at a fast clip; players quickly get into the groove of pre-planning their turn
+ Beautiful board game with high quality, colorful game components
+ Just enough strategy and optionality for a gateway game
+ Beats out the original in terms of replayability
- Train and railroad theme is not for everyone
- Location names can be difficult to read across the table
- Luck of the draw can make a big impact in regards to destination tickets
- Slightly more complicated than vanilla Ticket to Ride
- Little player interaction outside seeking to block others
- Works with 2, but not very well