The official adaptation of Days of Wonder's best-selling train board game, Ticket to Ride takes less than one minute to learn but a lifetime to master.
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Very Positive (23 reviews) - 95% of the 23 user reviews in the last 30 days are positive.
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Release Date: May 24, 2012

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June 13

Ticket to Ride version 2.2.2 has just been released

Here is the change log:
- There was a serious bug in the rank computation. It’s fixed and from now on players who left get a rank score penalty
- It’s now possible to find offline DoW players
- In 1912, Paris-Angora is worth 17 points, not 13
- 1912 Big Cities was missing its bonus for the longest path
- In Nordic Countries games, discarded tickets do not remain in the game anymore
- Stations are now visible when you claim a city on Europe 1912 Big Cities
- And some UI improvements

Have fun!
The Days of Wonder development team.

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May 31

Ticket to Ride 2.2.0 is now available!

What's new in version 2.2.0:
- New content: Europa 1912 Destinations! Discover 3 variants of the Europe map: Europe Expanded, Mega Europe and Big Cities of Europe.
- Various bug fixes and improvements.

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About This Game

BEST-SELLING BOARD GAME NOW AVAILABLE WITH A NEW CROSS-PLATFORM MULTIPLAYER MODE AND BRAND NEW VERTICAL MAP: INDIA

The official adaptation of Days of Wonder's best-selling train board game, Ticket to Ride takes less than one minute to learn but a lifetime to master. Over 48 million games played online and a new game starting every 4 seconds on average! In addition to the exciting cross-platform asynchronous multiplayer mode, players will enjoy a new intuitive user interface, new social media capabilities to share exciting moments, and the brand new India map, the first vertical map to be available on Ticket to Ride.

**Pocket Gamer: 9/10 with Gold Award – "A fantastic adaptation of an excellent board game, and a must-buy for strategy fans".

Main features:

  • Alan R. Moon's official Ticket to Ride maps with original artwork in full high resolution
  • Asynchronous Online Play against other Android, iPhone, iPad, Linux, Mac and PC gamers
  • An unparalleled online player community with tens of thousands of live opponents
  • Solo play against up to 4 AI players
  • Pass-and-Play with up to 4 live opponents
  • Additional maps of Europe, Switzerland, USA 1910, Legendary Asia and India available as DLCs
  • Detailed, interactive turn-by-turn, in-game tutorial
  • Contextual in-game Conductor's Notes to help you master all the maps
  • True cross-platform: players can challenge on other platforms including Steam PC and Mac, Linux, Android, iPhone and iPad
  • Online and offline Hall of Fame

For more information, please visit: http://www.daysofwonder.com/online/en/t2r/ and find all the latest news for Ticket to Ride Digital on Facebook and Twitter!

Also, under our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy, you must be at least 13 years of age to play online games with Ticket to Ride or use the chat in the Online lobby.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7
    • Processor: Dual Core 1.6 GHz or better
    • Memory: 1GB (XP), 2GB (Vista), 2GB (Windows 7)
    • Hard Disk Space: 140 MB Free Space
    • Video Card: OpenGL 1.4 or higher
    • Sound: Windows supported Sound Card
    • OS: OS X version 10.7 or better
    • Processor: Intel 1.6 GHz single core
    • Memory: 2 GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 250 MB
    • Video Card: 800x600 minimum resolution, 1024x768 or better recommended
    • OS:
    • JRE 32 bits
    • Memory: 2 GB
    • Hard Disk Space: 250 MB
    • Video Card: OpenGL 1.4 or higher
    • Sound: Windows supported Sound Card
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Namischa
( 16.0 hrs on record )
Posted: June 30
My husband introduced this game to me sometime last year and it has kept us interested since then. The game looks exactly like the board game equivalent: graphics, ambiance and style. Only problem we ran into is that sometimes when one of us try adding the other to the multiplayer game via invite, for some reason, it doesn't recognize the invitation and we have to invite the other person again.

The choo choo sound can get on one's nerves after the 1000th time. Fortunately, you can customize the settings so it doesn't get annoying.

One other thing I wish we could do is pick the avatar and stick with it regardless of who or what we're playing against. Maybe even allow us to change the colour of that avatar.
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loutheslacker
( 13.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 29
Love the board game and now its available on Steam love this digital version too.
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crackie79
( 0.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 28
This is FUN FUN FUN! Just need one more round. I got this on my mobile devices as well.
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Fiach
( 4.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 28
Great game, Sheldon Cooper, great game.
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Jetpack
( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 27
You can play Solo, or Multiplayer (online, hotseat, or LAN)! Simple but fun game, and well made.
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Frideology
( 8.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 27
For players used to the tabletop version, this is a no-brainer. At a fraction of the cost of the hard copies, this PC version of the game cuts out a lot of the time investment of the actual board game (MOAR T2R/hr!!!).

For the player that has never played T2R, this is a wonderful game. The mechanic is simple to learn (in the base game, at least): the goal of the game is to gain points by completing routes between the cities on your "Tickets," or goal cards, that you get at the beginning of the game (you have some liberty in selecting which tickets you get, but this is fairly "luck of the draw"). In a turn you can draw cards or use them to complete routes. If you complete all your goals, you can draw more and complete those until someone runs out of trains. The game has decent replay value, but you should check out the expansions if you want to play this one regularly. HOWEVER, I definitely recommend that you start on the original map (US). Each different map in the expansions has different "gimmick" features, like buying stations (Europe), mountain routes (Asia), Country Tickets (Switzerland), etc.

Some negatives: if it is your first time playing the game, beware. The rule book in this PC version is kind of crappy. I would HIGHLY recommend you look up the actual T2R rules on gameboardgeek, read them there, and then play the game. Additionally, I'm not too thrilled about the private PvP setup (I only play private games, so...). It's a little jank. Overall, these factors don't actually affect gameplay, and I would still recommend you give it a shot.
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ShadowNeko003
( 18.8 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
I love this game!
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allenr316
( 3.8 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
An excellent adaptation of the board game.
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Ezergood
( 7.0 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
Faithful adaptation of board game for a PC. Not tried multiplayer yet, but it works fine in vs AI. Amazed that a game that takes me and friends an hour or more takes me 10 mins on this. Hadn't realised quite how long taking and shuffling cards actually takes!
Only downside is base game is just USA original, which for me is least fun version. Others are all DLC, though not horribly expensive on sales.
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[nBn] Pasqui
( 303.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
Ticket To Ride has been my favourite board game for about ten years now, and this addaptation is totally worth getting!

For those unfamiliar with the board game; the game has a perfect mix of luck and strategy, making each game challenging yet fun. Your goal is to finish destination tickets (e.g. New York to Los Angeles) by claiming routes on the board that eventually let you have a path going from one city to the other city on your ticket. To claim routes you need to collect train cards in the colours needed, picking your choice from the face up cards or the face down deck if no colours are available you could use. It's pretty straight forward and you get the hang of it very fast.

Then each map (in this case DLC) has it's own extra rules to add a little challenge and to make no two boards play the same way, making them also worth getting!

This game addaptation has its flaws, yes. The online games can be hit or miss, though most of the time I have no problems at all playing against others, and the devs are constantly working on fixing issues. The single player games against the bots can get boring and repetitive, as each bot has their own way of playing the game and you get accustomed to it very fast. The bots are definitely good for new players though, not too tough but still challenging. And I still have fun playing against them to see how high of a score I can get or just to mess with them.

And for those who want just a little extra challenge, the achievements can be quite tricky to get. 100% hunters should be aware that one achievement will take forever to get (play 20,000 games) and that each DLC adds their own achievements. (base game has 25 achievements, each DLC adds an extra 5, Europe+1912 adds 10)
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
78.6 hrs on record
Posted: June 5
This was a good game. However, they have updated it a couple of times and each time the game got worse. The game itself is good, though it would be nice if you could change the diffulculty settings (it's fairly easy). The artstyle was better in previous versions, but the worst part is that the settings don't work anymore (for example the fast speed button is broken). And worst of all is the increasing amount of banners, pop-ups and other commercial in-game activity that cannot be shut down.
Verdict: good game, but increasingly annoying interface. Buy on sale for low price.
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
303.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 25
Ticket To Ride has been my favourite board game for about ten years now, and this addaptation is totally worth getting!

For those unfamiliar with the board game; the game has a perfect mix of luck and strategy, making each game challenging yet fun. Your goal is to finish destination tickets (e.g. New York to Los Angeles) by claiming routes on the board that eventually let you have a path going from one city to the other city on your ticket. To claim routes you need to collect train cards in the colours needed, picking your choice from the face up cards or the face down deck if no colours are available you could use. It's pretty straight forward and you get the hang of it very fast.

Then each map (in this case DLC) has it's own extra rules to add a little challenge and to make no two boards play the same way, making them also worth getting!

This game addaptation has its flaws, yes. The online games can be hit or miss, though most of the time I have no problems at all playing against others, and the devs are constantly working on fixing issues. The single player games against the bots can get boring and repetitive, as each bot has their own way of playing the game and you get accustomed to it very fast. The bots are definitely good for new players though, not too tough but still challenging. And I still have fun playing against them to see how high of a score I can get or just to mess with them.

And for those who want just a little extra challenge, the achievements can be quite tricky to get. 100% hunters should be aware that one achievement will take forever to get (play 20,000 games) and that each DLC adds their own achievements. (base game has 25 achievements, each DLC adds an extra 5, Europe+1912 adds 10)
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
7.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 25
Faithful adaptation of board game for a PC. Not tried multiplayer yet, but it works fine in vs AI. Amazed that a game that takes me and friends an hour or more takes me 10 mins on this. Hadn't realised quite how long taking and shuffling cards actually takes!
Only downside is base game is just USA original, which for me is least fun version. Others are all DLC, though not horribly expensive on sales.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 28
Great game, Sheldon Cooper, great game.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: June 27
You can play Solo, or Multiplayer (online, hotseat, or LAN)! Simple but fun game, and well made.
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
59 of 71 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
85.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2015
I cannot unfortunately recommend the latest update of this beloved game.

Put quite simply, the AI has changed from somewhat rational and predictable humanlike AI into completely braindead train-layers who will overlay multiple routes to get from A to B. Further, the layout of the game screen and buttons has changed, making gameplay confusing.

The prior iterations of this game were sublime; this one is a drag.
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46 of 53 people (87%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
168.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 23, 2015
Ticket to Ride is a great game with plenty of replayability. There's no one set strategy to playing, which makes online play fun and engaging. Most of the players online are speedy and will play through the entire game, even if they're losing.

The addition of achievements has added some of the fun into playing with bots back into the game, even for long time players like me.

Unfortunately, the lastest update has virtually broken the game. Not because they changed the design or moved where things are, but because the client won't manage to stay connected for more than a single game, if you can manage to get the server to stay connected that long.

I can't, in good concious, reccomend this game until a massive patch is pushed through. Pick this game up, with a few map packs, while it's on sale, but have patience.
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37 of 43 people (86%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
150.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 21, 2015
The last update is a disaster. Instead of normal online game you now get something with "notifications" that spam your inbox (sound effects notifying your turn were obviously found not useful and are now used when you end your turn), graphics wants to bite your eyes out and whoever did the design forgot to play the game at least once to see how it works (adding new ticket always showed you where the towns you need are, now you can't see it because there's random stuff flashlighted on the map)

Don't fix something that ain't broken?
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32 of 35 people (91%) found this review helpful
Recommended
140.5 hrs on record
Posted: April 4, 2014
The PC adaption (and iPad/iPhone versions too, for that matter) of Ticket to Ride is a very faithful recreation of the classic board game, where the only gameplay differences between it and the physical version are fast and accurate scoring and the fact that enraged board-flipping is no longer a possibility. (Not to mention the bonus of the game + DLC being cheaper than their physical counterparts, and is significantly easier to play with people on the other side of the world!) So, for people who have played the board game before, I think this should be a no-brainer.

However, I wrote this review for those who aren't aware of the greatness that is Ticket to Ride and are seeing this from a bystander's point of view. You might be thinking that this is just some boring train game played only by weird people who smell funny, as a diversion from their regular riveting pastime of watching grass grow. However, I can assure you that this is most certainly the opposite of the truth.

Ticket to Ride is, in actual fact, quite a tense game that can quite easily take you from absolute confidence in your position to having all your hopes and dreams shattered, as you realise that you didn't take that vital Los Angeles > Las Vegas track yet due to over-confidence, that you had multiple 20+ point routes hinging on! Not to mention the level of back-stabbing and collaboration that can come into play (especially with the Steam overlay making this oh so easy), that can easily create bitter feuds between two rival rail barons, which can last across a series of games.

Overall, I strongly recommend this game to anyone who wants an enjoyable, classic example of a game that's easy to learn, but difficult to master. It's always a good game to play with friends, strangers or alone with bots, especially as each game tends to only go for 45 minutes at most. (Although you can quite easily find that time has flown, as you wind up having rematch after rematch, without noticing the time passing by!)
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33 of 42 people (79%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
1,215.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 22, 2013
Very fun game. Competitive multiplayer
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