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100
WindowsComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Mar, 2006)
Ticket to Ride is a strategy purist’s dream game: it plays quickly, the tension level stays high, and you have many ways to win (or lose). This combination of qualities rarely comes across In most publicized titles yet exists in abundance in this little gem, available only from the company’s website at www.daysofwonder.com. Don’t keep it a secret.
90
WindowsGameZebo (May 20, 2011)
If it wasn’t for the lack of local multiplayer, Ticket to Ride would easily take the crown of best iOS board game from Carcassonne. Without it though, Ticket to Ride drops from brilliantly perfect to only damned-near brilliantly perfect. As far as print-to-digital board game translations go, Ticket to Ride is second to none. Every inch of the original game has been lovingly recreated, new maps are plentiful and cheap, and the online play is spot on. Whether you’re a veteran of the board game or this is your first time riding the rails, Ticket to Ride is an absolute must-have for the iPad. Buy it now and thank me later.
90
MacintoshGameZebo (May 20, 2011)
If it wasn’t for the lack of local multiplayer, Ticket to Ride would easily take the crown of best iOS board game from Carcassonne. Without it though, Ticket to Ride drops from brilliantly perfect to only damned-near brilliantly perfect. As far as print-to-digital board game translations go, Ticket to Ride is second to none. Every inch of the original game has been lovingly recreated, new maps are plentiful and cheap, and the online play is spot on. Whether you’re a veteran of the board game or this is your first time riding the rails, Ticket to Ride is an absolute must-have for the iPad. Buy it now and thank me later.
90
iPadGameZebo (May 20, 2011)
If it wasn’t for the lack of local multiplayer, Ticket to Ride would easily take the crown of best iOS board game from Carcassonne. Without it though, Ticket to Ride drops from brilliantly perfect to only damned-near brilliantly perfect. As far as print-to-digital board game translations go, Ticket to Ride is second to none. Every inch of the original game has been lovingly recreated, new maps are plentiful and cheap, and the online play is spot on. Whether you’re a veteran of the board game or this is your first time riding the rails, Ticket to Ride is an absolute must-have for the iPad. Buy it now and thank me later.
90
AndroidGameZebo (May 20, 2011)
If it wasn’t for the lack of local multiplayer, Ticket to Ride would easily take the crown of best iOS board game from Carcassonne. Without it though, Ticket to Ride drops from brilliantly perfect to only damned-near brilliantly perfect. As far as print-to-digital board game translations go, Ticket to Ride is second to none. Every inch of the original game has been lovingly recreated, new maps are plentiful and cheap, and the online play is spot on. Whether you’re a veteran of the board game or this is your first time riding the rails, Ticket to Ride is an absolute must-have for the iPad. Buy it now and thank me later.
80
iPhoneJeuxvideo.com (Dec 16, 2015)
C’est un fait indéniable, Ticket to Ride, ou les Aventuriers du Rail en nos vertes contrées, est un excellent jeu de plateau qui a bénéficié d’une adaptation qui l’est tout autant. Et cette « nouvelle » application ne va pas nous inciter à changer d’avis, même si elle n’est au final qu’une grosse mise à jour de l’ancienne version. Très ergonomique, cette nouvelle itération de Ticket to Ride possède aussi de sérieux atouts grâce à ses nombreux modes multijoueurs. Outre la possibilité de disputer des parties en ligne face à des joueurs de tous horizons et toutes plate-formes confondues, elle fait la part belle au multi locale grâce notamment à une fonction permettant de se passer le téléphone lorsque vient son tour. Seul bémol, cette version à 6,99€ ne propose qu’un seul et unique plateau de jeu, les Etats Unis.
78
MacintoshInside Mac Games (IMG) (Mar 24, 2006)
Until I received the computer version of Ticket to Ride, my friends and I were sorely addicted to the board game. I was quite happy to find that the computer version surpasses the physical board game in some ways. For starters, I no longer have to gather my friends together whenever I have the urge to play. In fact, this computer version is so good that for the past month I've been spending all my free time playing it, instead of writing this review.
70
iPhoneGameZebo (Nov 16, 2011)
Despite all of its shortcomings when compared to the iPad build, Ticket to Ride Pocket is still an excellent portable adaptation of one of the best board games of the last 10 years. It may focus on the single player, and you may not have a variety of maps to choose from, but as a nice budget priced app, Ticket to Ride Pocket could prove to be a great point of entry for gamers not familiar with the series.
65
WindowsPC Action (May 26, 2006)
Kennen Sie das Brettspiel Zug um Zug? Ticket to Ride bringt es auf den PC. Mit farbigen Spielkarten erstellen Sie eine Zugstrecke zwischen mehreren Orten und versuchen dabei, schneller zu sein als Ihre Gegner. Die superlangweilige Grafik und der nervige Soundtrack tragen so gar nicht zum Spielspaß bei. Selbst erstellte Gebietskarten sind jederzeit einzubinden. Online dürfen Sie ein Jahr kostenlos zocken, danach fallen Abogebühren an. Ticket to Ride ist eine gant nette Brettspiel-Umsetzung, mehr nicht. Wer auf sowas steht, kann zugreifen.
50
MacintoshGameStar (Germany) (Jul, 2006)
Aufruf an alle Entwickler: Keine Umsetzungen von Brettspielen mehr! Ticket to Ride basiert auf der preisgekrönten Vorlage Zug um Zug und bietet durch die hervorragende KI auch für Solo-Spieler knifflige Taktik-Schiebereien um die beste Zugroute. Die öde Präsentation macht aber schnell klar: Es geht eben doch nichts über eine Runde am echten Brett.