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Review: Ticket To Ride Game


Even with all the electronic gadgets and gizmos designed to keeps kids happy these days, the board game still endures, but the market is more competitive than ever. That means a board game has to really impress if it’s going to stick around and make its producer any money. Does Ticket to Ride manage to live up to such high demands? Let’s take a look. Key Features Of Ticket To Ride * 225 colored train cars, * 2 – 5 players, * Great replay value, * Ages 8 – 12. Is Ticket To Ride Worth Buying? Many families still enjoy playing board games together. To this day, they remain unsurpassed in the way that they can get a family together round a table, laughing, interacting and enjoying each other’s company. If this appeals to you, then Ticket to Ride could be just the ticket for you and your family! The first thing you’ll notice about this board game is the high quality feel of the parts. The board and cards are nicely designed, featuring great graphics, and the pieces are sturdy and colorful. This makes it more appealing for children, helping to hold their attention while you figure out the rules. The rules themselves make this game instantly accessible. There are only 4 pages of simple rules in the booklet, and these take next to no time to get to grips with. You’ll be playing the game within 10 minutes of opening the box and after that you’ll never look back. What makes this game so appealing isn’t the colorful pieces, nice design, or straightforward rules though. It’s the fast pace and pleasing mix of strategy and luck. There are several ways to achieve the simple objective, and games are always a close-call, keeping them exciting until the end. From a parent’s point of view, it’s useful to know that this is a game where you can easily pull your punches. There are plenty of opportunities for players to interfere with each other’s game plans, but it’s entirely down to you whether or not you want to play such moves. This means that you can go easy on the kids, keeping them happier. A typical game lasts from 30 – 60 minutes. This makes it easy to fit in to small time slots which is ideal for a busy family. It also means that kids are likely to play several rounds if left to themselves, which could keep them occupied for a few hours. This game is worthy of high praise, and can be thorough recommended without hesitation. For those who really get into it, there are even several expansion sets that make the game even more interesting and entertaining. If you’re looking for a family board game that’ll keep both kids and adults happy, then look no further. This is it.

 


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