Ticket to Ride for iPad
The best Online adaptation yet of Days of Wonder's best-selling train game, Ticket to Ride for iPad takes less than one minute to learn but a lifetime to master. With tension building at every turn, it's definitely NOT your Father's train game!Buy App
Ticket to Ride uses the iPad's innovative Multi-Touch interface and large screen to provide a polished digital board game experience. Users can intuitively pick up train cards and place their trains on the board to connect distant cities, with the app automatically enforcing the proper rules, calculating the players' scores and keeping track of their Destination Tickets, train cards and remaining trains.
“Simple to learn but impossible to put down, Ticket to Ride on the iPad is a digital iteration that sacrifices nothing in its digital translation. It's a shining example of how digital board game adaptations should be done.”GameZebo.com
Best Board and Card Game of 2011
Ticket to Ride for iPad includes:
- Alan R. Moon's official Ticket to Ride maps with original artwork
- Online Play (WiFi or 3G) against other iPad, Mac and PC gamers with Game Center and Days of Wonder Online support
- An unparalleled online player community with tens of thousands of live opponents willing and ready to play 24/7!
- Solo play against up to 4 AI players
- Pass-and-Play with up to 4 live opponents on one iPad
- Additional maps of Europe, Switzerland and USA 1910 available as in-game purchases
- Ticket to Ride Legendary Asia, the first new map to hit digital platforms in nearly seven years. The new map, which lets rail barons connect routes from Karachi to Kathmandu is now available as in-game purchase.
- Terrific iPad video tutorial with voice acting for quick and easy learning
- Detailed, interactive turn-by-turn, in-game tutorial
- High Resolution maps and cards: On the new iPad, all maps now use the same high-fidelity, finely-detailed paper textures and beautiful background illustrations featured in the real world Ticket to Ride board game; And track symbols on the train routes are present even when playing in normal (non-zoomed) mode, making it much easier for colorblind players to identify different routes.