CONNECT MORE THAN JUST CITIES!
Set off with your friends and family to re(discover) Ticket to Ride, the classic boardgame. In this railway adventure, you’ll need to be the quickest to link up your cities and reach your destinations.
In this strategy game for all ages, try out different tactics, block your competitors’ lines and take over routes before the others do. With so many different strategies to try, each new game is a unique experience.
Travel the world from Europe to India, passing through the legendary China, facing new challenges by purchasing additional cards with their own special rules (available in expansion packs).
- A tutorial teaches you the rules of the game so you can head off quickly on your adventure
- Play in single-player mode, online multi-player against the whole world, or local multi-player with your friends
- This is the official adaptation of Alan R. Moon’s best-selling boardgame, Ticket to Ride, which sold over 8 million copies.
- An easy-to-play strategy game
- No game is ever the same, you can play over and over again
- Discover a series of add-ons with special maps and rules
- Challenge players all over the world in cross-platform mode
o iOS and macOS: fix the Local mode so that it can work with all platforms again o Germany: fix the way short tickets are discarded o And fixes of a couple typos and potential crashes
Ticket to Ride Reviews (6,470)
So many things are just generally awkward to use. I can only add or search for a buddy once a game has start. Other games allow you to search for friend generally. Cross platform play ? Support says you can and then when you have it on an Xboxone you can’t. No advice that I may need to login elsewhere of and sort of help. Such a shame..
Top game, beautiful graphics
Played online with the family, been great, not crashed, played well, good functions on the iPad particularly, really enjoyed it. Enjoyed it in more in some ways than the physical game!
It was just $4.50 last week now it's at $9.99!! Now that they know people are home because of Covid-19 they hiked their price up! That's very sad.
Game works great. Tried to download the App for my son this morning for $5.49 and it said could not, try later. Went back later that evening and it was jacked up to $9.99!! Wow, take advantage of demand during this isolation time, pretty sad. I got a response saying I missed a sale from the 19th to 23rd, which was a lie as the price for this app was $5.49 as long as I can remember. Maybe this company is selling toilet paper and other needed supplies on the side!!
Charles L E
Very questionable to raise price in this time of crisis, when people are trying to connect together virtually. Went from 5.99 to 9.99 in the last weeks: shame!
Currently online multiplayer games are a great substitute for real life game nights with friends. We are loving this, but it’s just frustrating to constantly be booted from the game. I’d buy more addons if it worked batter for sure.
The game plays just like the board game, however there is a mind bending number of bugs. It crashes constantly, sometimes randomly for no reason, but other times consistently for things that any normal app would get right (like clicking a notification that it’s your turn). The interface was clearly not designed for mobile devices (I’m on an iPhone 11). Moving cards for place tracks takes a lot of finesse, else you’ll activate the touch control to minimize the app. The in game documentation is laughable garbage. Want to know the rules? Haha good luck, you’ll have to google it and piece it together from a random website. The game looks visually ok, but otherwise it feels like a mobile port of a Mac port from a windows XP game that somehow survived into the present day. I’ve never seen such a buggy iOS app.
Game crashes constantly. Online games with friends freeze every time. Honestly trash. Don’t waste your $7
At the beginning when loading screens drops out & have to start again several times.
I love this game and play it all the time, however, the app is so frustrating and has so many bugs. It constantly freezes or will crash in the middle of a game for no reason, will count down on your turn when it isn’t your turn or show that it’s someone else’s turn when really it’s yours, so you’re both sitting there waiting for the other person to go. The ‘local play’ section is especially glitchy, I’ve tried to play my friend on it multiple times and we have never once finished a game, because if you leave the app once during the game the whole thing freezes and you cannot continue playing. If they could fix the glitches in this game it would make it a lot better and I would recommend it to people, which at the moment I am very hesitant to do.
Seriously sick of a year and multiple updates and ongoing glitches screwing up the game play and ratings! I’m done!! We paid for it.... make it work!
I didn’t realise until after purchasing and downloading the game that the game only came with the basic playable USA map. To me the $8.99NZD price doesn’t justify what’s on offer as all the other maps are additional purchasable add-ons; especially when I’ve downloaded previous iOS versions of Ticket to Ride that included the Europe and Switzerland Maps as well as USA individually for 1/2 of what’s the entire app is on offer for. I still like the game and the strategy involved, however I think that for $8.99 (everything or) at least the main basic maps in each of the regions should be included.
Two obvious bugs that inhibit play in local: - players can’t advance past their initial route selections - system does not recognise when players have rejoined after they leave.
We paid for the $10 App to get access to more maps, but only got the basic American map. We now have to pay more for the additional maps. Not cool.
If someone in your life talked to you the way you talk to yourself, you would have left them long ago.
Ticket to Ride Wiki
"Ticket to Ride" is a song by the English rock group the Beatles, written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–McCartney. Issued as a single in April 1965, it became the Beatles' seventh consecutive number 1 hit in the United Kingdom and their third consecutive number 1 hit (and sixth in total) in the United States, and similarly topped national charts in Canada, Australia and Ireland. The song was included on their 1965 album Help! Recorded at EMI Studios in London in February that year, the track marked a progression in the Beatles' work through the incorporation of drone and harder-sounding instrumentation relative to their previous releases. Among music critics, Ian MacDonald describes the song as "psychologically deeper than anything the Beatles had recorded before" and "extraordinary for its time"."Ticket to Ride" appears in a sequence in the Beatles' second feature film, Help!, directed by Richard Lester. Live performances by the band were included in the Beatles at Shea Stadium concert film, on the live album documenting their concerts at the Hollywood Bowl, and on the 1996 Anthology 2 box set. In 1969, "Ticket to Ride" was covered by the Carpenters, whose version peaked at number 54 on the Billboard Hot 100..