If you love playing Ticket to Ride on your iPhone as much as we do (okay, we admit we’re pretty biased!), you can probably picture the route from New York to Los Angeles with your eyes closed. You’ve bested all of the achievements, humbled your friends many times over, and consider Cornelius Vanderbot Jr. to be just a minor annoyance in your quest for rail baron supremacy. We think it’s time to give you a new challenge – Ticket to Ride Europe Pocket!
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Today Ticket to Ride makes its debut on Steam, the world’s most popular PC gaming platform.
The Steam powered version of Ticket to Ride combines the updated graphics and UI design that debuted in the award-winning iPad version with the power features that have made the Online version so popular among PC users. It includes solo and online game play on the classic Ticket to Ride USA map, as well as in-game purchases for all of the digital maps and game modes released for the iPad and Mac App store to date, including USA 1910, Europe, and Switzerland.
Can Wil Wheaton dominate America’s favorite Train Game?
Gaming fans have been raving about the new Geek & Sundry Tabletop show on the YouTube channel. This week, host Wil Wheaton and friends battle for rail baron bragging rights as they play the Ticket to Ride board game.
Ticket to Ride is steaming onto the Mac app store with a new Macintosh version that includes solo, hot-seat and online game play on the classic Ticket to Ride USA map. Based on the graphics and design of the successful iPad version, this new Ticket to Ride for Mac also includes in-app purchases for all of the digital maps and game modes released on iPad: USA 1910, Europe, and Switzerland.
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.
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.
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…