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Ticket To Ride: Dice Game

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This expansion for the Ticket to Ride board game will have you rolling your way to victory. It is compatible with any Ticket to Ride board map. Players still try to complete their Destination Tickets by claiming routes while blocking each other on the map, but instead of drawing Train cards, they roll the five custom Train dice on each turn. They can then use the dice to claim routes, collect Route Tokens to be used later in the game, or draw more Destination Tickets. Three Tunnel dice are included for board maps that have Tunnel routes.

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This expansion for the Ticket to Ride boardgame will have you rolling your way to victory. It is compatible with any Ticket to Ride board map. Players still try to complete their Destination Tickets by claiming routes while blocking each other on the map, but instead of drawing Train cards, they roll the five custom Train dice on each turn. They can then use the dice to claim routes, collect Route Tokens to be used later in the game, or draw more Destination Tickets. Three Tunnel dice are included for board maps that have Tunnel routes.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 4.5 x 3.5 x 3.5 inches
Item Weight 7.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 10.6 ounces
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B001HOLANY
Item model number DOW720110
Manufacturer recommended age 8 - 12 years
Best Sellers Rank #508,229 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#3,654 in Toys & Games > Games > Game Accessories
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3.5 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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By D. Paul on December 27, 2008
For the first time I have been disappointed by a Ticket to Ride expansion and a Days of Wonder Product. Look, Ticket to Ride is one the best games, and in my opinion the best family game on the market. This substitutes dice rolling for the acquisition of cards on the board. While it produces a different game which is alright, the original use of cards is much more fun.

If you don't have Ticket to Ride, buy it. If you have it, purchase one of the other expansions first. This pleasure can be postponed indefinitely.
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Got the dice expansion pack and played Ticket to Ride with the Dice. The group of people I played with, myself included, all agreed that the dice expansion pack make the game easier and faster, but not as fun as with playing with the TTR colored train cards. We want to create a few house rules to implement the dice portion into regular play.
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If you like Ticket to Ride, but don't play it much because it is too long and there's too much card shuffling, then this is for you. I'm always pushing for the more involved games not less, so it's not for me - but a lot of people will probably like this.
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If you love a really epic game of Ticket to Ride, then this probably isn't for you, but a lot of the people I play with prefer a more casual atmosphere. This speeds the game up, and keeps everyone on the same footing.
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We have been playing the regular game for some time now and thought the dice might be a fun variation. It was easy to figure out, and easy to play. But we will be sticking with the original cards since they are a lot more fun for us.

Pros:
easier to setup the game, easier to learn the rules, easier to play, easier to get '6 train' routes (too easy actually).

Cons:
The biggest problem with the dice for us is that our table has limited space, rolling the dice can be very disruptive to the trains that have been played .. just one stray dice can wipe out part of your board (we learned that the hard way!). You can not roll the dice on the game board itself so make sure you have enough room around the board for everyone to be able to roll on the table.

We love the colorful train cards that come with the expansion pack (larger than the original ones that came with the game) and having a huge handful of them is fun. With the dice, the colors of the routes no longer matter and you do not use any train cards.

We still enjoyed it but probably won't play with them a second time.
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If you like the Ticket to Ride board game you will love the dice expansion! We have played all the versions of Ticket to Ride and we loved this also! My husband likes it better than with the cards. It is very fun.
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