Trambahn Card Game
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- For 2 players
- 30-45 minute playing time
- Featuring easy rules, quick play, multi-functional cards and historic images
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Ah, Munich at the end of the 19th century: the new tramway is successful and needs expansion. New routes are introduced, stations are built, and existing routes with high demand are reinforced with additional trains. In the end though, there can be only one tramway Company. Who will manage to defeat their competitor? featuring easy rules, quick play, multi-functional cards and historic images.
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|Item Dimensions||1.85 x 7.91 x 7.91 in||7.9 x 7.9 x 1.8 in||1.5 x 3.75 x 7.75 in||5.37 x 8.1 x 2.37 in||0.75 x 4 x 5 in||7.87 x 4.33 x 1.57 in|
Top Customer Reviews
“Trambahn” has a lot of kick for a two-player game and is indeed “Lost Cities” (the card game) on steroids. Don’t get me wrong…I’m a HUGE fan of “Lost Cities”. It’s just so easy to jump into and play, not to mention that the artwork is fantastic and colorful. “Trambahn” takes everything a step further and adds more depth, specifically in the form of decisions that players need to make with the cards in their hand. After all, cards have a total of three uses…money, passengers, or stations. Players can only use a card for one of those three things, forcing the player to make some pretty difficult choices.
For example, let’s say that you have three high valued blues, two low valued reds, and one high value yellow in your hand. Right off the bat, you have to decide which one or two will be assigned as passengers, increasing the demand for that color and bringing it closer to four cards to score. Before you even begin to think about what cards you want to lay out in front of you, you’ll need to pay attention to what colors your opponent is going after. If your opponent had a column full of red cards and you had none, for example, you may want to consider using those reds as money or starting your own column as using them as passengers would only benefit your opponent. Giving up a high valued blue or yellow might work, but again, it all depends on what columns both you and your opponent have.
“Trambahn” is pretty easy to pick up and play, despite it being more complex than the aforementioned “Lost Cities”. In short, I think it’s a fantastic game and incredibly easy to recommend to gamers who want something moderately casual yet engaging. It’s still a “thinking” game and probably wouldn’t be for players who want to shut their brain off for a while (I’d recommend “Lost Cities” for that). The game retails on Amazon for about $20-$25, which is fair for the content and resulting replayability that you’re getting here. While I consider this a must-buy, I recognize that not everyone has the same taste in games that I do. At the very least though, you’ll want to add this one to your watch list!