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Written by Mike Noel   
Thursday, 27 December 2007
Ticket To Ride
Ticket To Ride is probably our favorite game right now. We got it a year ago and have played it more than any other board game since then. The basic idea with this game is simple. Each player attempts to build as many train routes as possible across a map of the United States and Southern Canada. Points are awarded for the routes built. The player with the most points at the end of the game wins.
It sounds easy (and it is) but you have to watch out for the other players. Inevitably someone will build a route where you need to go and you'll be stuck in an impossible situation. That can be very frustrating but a creative mind can oftentimes work around it.
One reason we like this game so much is because of how quick it is to play. We can generally play an entire game in 30-45 minutes. Experienced players no what to expect in the game and can usually take their turn in just a few seconds. The rapid pace of the game means that everyone is involved the whole time.
We heartily recommend this game to beginning gamers. It is an easy and fun introduction to the more imaginative and creative games that exist out there beyond the shelves at your local Target or Walmart stores.
 

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