Ticket to Ride Africa Available for Preorder

Get ready to venture into The Heart of Africa with the 3rd volume in the Ticket to Ride Map Collection series. Set in the vast wilderness of Africa at the height of its exploration by intrepid explorers, missionaries and adventurers, this new single-sided board map expansion will take you deep into the “heart” of the continent.

In addition to the new vertical map, this expansion introduces 45 new Terrain Cards – 3 distinct Terrain types associated with different Route colors. Drawn just like Train cards, when played timely they might help the players double the value of the routes they claim.

Designed for 2-5 players, ages 8+, Ticket to Ride – The Heart of Africa includes the new map, Destination Ticket, Terrain cards and multi-lingual rules booklet. This expansion requires Train cards and Trains from either Ticket to Ride or Ticket to Ride Europe.

Ticket to Ride – The Heart of Africa is expected to be available from the Days of Wonder webstore and better game stores worldwide in early December. Pre-order your copy now!

Learn more about Ticket to Ride – The Heart of Africa (Hint, the rules are available for download) or visit the Days of Wonder web store.

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4 Responses to “Ticket to Ride Africa Available for Preorder”

  1. Andrew K Greenfield says:

    Will Ticket to Ride “Africa” be available online and for ipad?

  2. Dave Whyatt says:

    Really looking forward to this 3rd release of the Map series. The Ticket To Ride games have become firm favorites in our family. I am sure the new Terrain Cards will add another dimension to the game play. Can’t wait to order my copy! Also, Alvin and Dexter will have another map to explore…….

  3. Fomalhaut says:

    The rules!! Wow! Now the game really exist..! :)

  4. Fomalhaut says:

    Reading the rules was very interesting. Definitely a “Must have” for Christmas. ;)

    But dear Days of Wonder… Would it be possible to ask for a Swedish translation by someone who knows Swedish? Every time I read the Swedish rules for any TtR game, I find that the translator has written really bad Swedish. And this time s/he has done the mistake to mix up “some” and “any” (which happens often when Swedes first learn English), meaning the Swedish translation of the sentence “The player must have in front of him at least as many cards of that Terrain type as any other player” makes no sense (or at least not the same sense as the English sentence).

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