Ticket to Ride [Download]

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About the Product

  • Turn-based, Strategy Train Game that takes a minute to learn, but a lifetime to master
  • Online play in a vast and ever growing community of players from around the world always ready for a game (or two, or three...), 24/7
  • Solo play against up to 4 AI players
  • Terrific video tutorial with voice acting for quick and easy learning, and detailed, interactive turn-by-turn, in-game tutorial make it a breeze to learn
  • Additional maps of Europe, Switzerland, Legendary Asia and USA 1910 available as DLCs
  • SteamPlay on Mac and PC. Seamless integration with Steam: no sign-up, use your Steam ID directly to play online

Product Description

Platform: PC Download

Based on Days of Wonder’s best-selling board game, Ticket to Ride is a terrific turn-based, strategy game inviting you on a cross-country train adventure across the USA.

Collect and play train cards to claim railway routes connecting cities listed on your Destination Tickets. The longer your routes, the more points you'll earn! But be careful not to find yourself blocked off by your opponents, as each unfulfilled Destination Ticket will cost you dearly!

With over 30 million games played and a new game starting every few seconds, Ticket to Ride is the fast and friendly way to enjoy this classic, award-winning board game.

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System Requirements
  Minimum Specifications:
OS: Win 7, Vista and XP
Processor: Dual Core 1.6 GHz or better
Hard Drive: 250 MB
Video Card: Open GL 1.4 or higher
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Product Information

Platform:PC Download
Release date May 24, 2012
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3.7 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
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By Michael Hurt on February 26, 2013
Platform for Display: PC Download
Ticket to Ride is an excellent, original board game. This PC game is an adaption of the board game to be played on your computer. The rules, and overall gameplay are identical to the original board game, but PC version falls short of perfection.
Most people who buy this game will have already played and be familiar with the Ticket to Ride board game, so I will focus my review on the PC-version experience.

+No setup or put-away time; you can be playing in seconds. Gameplay moves pretty quickly too. I finished my first game in about 10 minutes.
+Many expansions and map variants are available, the same as with the Ticket to Ride board games.
+Counting cards, trains, score, and ticket completion status are all done and tracked for you.
+Cities contained within your set of destination cards are highlighted green so it's super-easy to tell which cities you need to work towards.
+Solo and Online Multiplayer can be played with 2 to 5 players, plus an online ELO ranking system like Chess.
+The original board-game experience is preserved and the game is still great fun to play.

-The 1910 expansion is not included. This is a vital expansion to the overall "completeness" of the game, not just a optional variant like a map. I really believe the 1910 expansion should have been included with the game. Other board variants can be purchased for ~$5, including Europe, Swiss, and Asia.
-The interface needs much improvement. The developers were going for an "artsy" feel and it just made it unintuitive and difficult to navigate.
-There is no option for borderless full-screen play. In fact, there are no resolution or video options whatsoever. The game launches in windowed mode, which appears to be about 1200x800 resolution.
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I picked up this game for $2.24 during a sale and boy have I gotten my money's worth. I was hesitant to pick it up, since the board game never appealed to me after watching gameplay videos. I think that buying the PC version has convinced me to get the board game though, now that I am familiar with the rules and mechanics.

In Ticket to Ride you are trying to score the most points by completing tracks between cities that you have been assigned. Sometimes other players will block your path, or you won't be able to draw the cards that you need to make the most direct path, making it challenging to complete your routes.

The major benefit of playing this game on a PC is that you can play very fast moving games against both the computer and other players via their online competitive mode. Having your computer tally up the score at the end of the round is quick and easy, which is something that I don't look forward to trying to do manually with the board game.

There are some areas of the game that need some polish. For example, when you join a Multiplayer game it needs to explain that you are waiting on enough players. Otherwise you are left confused as to why you can't click on the button to start the game. Another bug that I experienced stopped me from joining or creating maps after changing my username, which was fixed after a game restart.

Another downside is that you are pressured into buying additional maps. The standard game comes with only one playboard, with new maps costing roughly $2-5. I'd much rather buy a game packaged with all available maps at once, rather than make multiple in-game purchases to get the complete game. I am heavily against in-game purchases (including expansion maps).
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Fun and engaging! The computer version is a great way to learn how to play the boardgame, haha. It'd be even more fun if there was some way to save your overall score (e.g. a ranking, etc.) but since it's such a luck-based game, I suppose it wouldn't be quite fair, anyhow. But funfunfun! Doesn't get old that fast, and a game you'd return to once in a while even afterwards. :)
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The game itself is great, if maybe a little slower paced than the tabletop version. This is possibly due to a few factors. But if you want a digital version of this board game, or just want a good digital board game period, this is a fine consideration.

The problems with the game like mostly in the interface. Games tend to get bogged down because of the fact that things that you'd want to do aren't immediately apparent or available. You do have to go hunting through the clunky interface to do things. It's kinda unfortunate, because the core game is there, but navigating your options is a bit of a pain.

So it's a bit slower paced than the physical version is for that very reason. When you learn to play around it, it's not a real issues. But it's one that shouldn't be an issue, and one that I wish could be fixed. And if not fixed, at least have a few other interface options available for people if they don't like the one they are given. At least something to keep the pace of the game up.

Also, there's no resolution options. Game runs in a window with no ability to go full screen. Also not really that much of a problem, but options are always nice for people with higher resolution displays.

The core game us still fun, and it should be mentioned that the online play works pretty well. I have managed to play a couple rounds with other people with only a few minor latency hiccups. Certainly not enough to get in the way of the board game.

For under $10, it's a fine digital representation of the real board game. And its still fun to play in spite of handful of annoyances. I just wish said annoyances were addressed to a one degree, then this game would be almost perfect.
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