Archive for the ‘Ticket to Ride’ Category

Ticket to Ride for iPad enhances maps for the new iPad Retina display

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

Ticket to Ride for iPad has just updated its maps to take full advantage of the ultra high-resolution Retina display on the new iPad.


Help Ticket to Ride win Pocket Gamer Readers’ Choice Awards!

Saturday, March 24th, 2012

Ticket to Ride Pocket (for iPhone and iPod Touch) and Ticket to Ride for iPad have both been nominated for the Pocket Gamer Readers’ Choice Awards in their respective categories – and through the end of March, you can help us win these coveted distinctions by casting your vote for them! (more…)

Ticket to Ride iPad wins PocketGamer award!

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

Ticket to Ride for iPad was just awarded the 2012 PocketGamer Award for Best Strategy/Simulation Game!


An illustrator’s homage to Ticket to Ride

Monday, March 5th, 2012

Well known French comic book designer Laurel, posted this illustrated tribute to her “game of the moment”, on Un crayon dans le coeur, her blog.


Penny Arcade Report – cardboard to digital and back again!

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

Ben Kuchera of the Penny Arcade Report recently interviewed Days of Wonder CEO, Eric Hautemont. The conversation focused on Ticket to Ride – both the cardboard and digital versions. The result was a wide-ranging and sometimes philosophical look at why we do what we do. Including…


1910 Expansion – now available in Ticket to Ride Pocket 1.2

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Play Different with the new Ticket to Ride Pocket 1.2 – now featuring the USA 1910 expansion as an in-app purchase for your iPhone and iPod Touch mobile devices.

The Ticket to Ride 1910 expansion adds 35 new Destination Tickets to the original set and features 3 new game play variants on the original US map – Classic 1910, Mega (with ALL the tickets), and Big Cities which exclusively uses Tickets connected to the US biggest cities.


Opinionated Gamers review Ticket to Ride Asia

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Dale Yu at Opinionated Gamers recently reviewed the two new maps in the Ticket to Ride Map Collection Vol. 1 – Team Asia and Legendary Asia. Not only did he like the new maps, but in a rare show of “bi-partisan agreement” the Opinionated Gamers who commented gave Ticket to Ride Asia a universal thumbs-up!

I loved it!  It gave Ticket to Ride a whole new level of drama and excitement (or angst as your partner draws tickets instead of laying trains when you have unfinished destinations and the other team is clearly pushing to end it). – Valerie Putman, Opinionated Gamers

Read the full review of Ticket to Ride Asia at Opinionated Gamers.


India/Swiss Map Collection review at

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

“Between the mandala and the countries, India and Switzerland each have an element which really changes the way that Ticket to Ride plays. As such, this isn’t just a collection of a couple of new maps; it’s a Map Collection that will reinvigorate your Ticket to Ride play. As such, it earns a full “5″ out of “5″ for Substance.” – Shannon Appelcline – (more…)

Ticket to Ride Pocket 1.1 – Now with Multi Mode

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012
Now available from the App Store – Ticket to Ride Pocket 1.1 with a new Multi Mode feature that incorporates iOS Game Center asynchronous play support.  Available as a free update to existing Pocket users, Version 1.1 of our best-selling iPhone and iPod Touch app now lets you play – and pause – multiple turn-based games of Ticket to Ride. The iOS 5 Game Center lets you play against your friends or auto-match worthy opponents to challenge you.

Zug um Zug Deutschland – an exclusive German and Austrian market version of Ticket to Ride

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

Asmodee GmbH,  Days of Wonder’s German distributor, announced Zug um Zug Deutschland (Ticket to Ride Germany) at the Nuremberg Toy Fair this week.
A complete, stand-alone game, Zug um Zug Deutschland is an adaptation of the same map and routes first introduced in Ticket to Ride Märklin, with a thematic change, the map now being set in turn-of-the-20th-century Germany. The game rules do not include the Merchandise and Passengers mechanisms present in Märklin.