Ticket to Ride USA 1910 Expansion

Ticket to Ride USA 1910 Expansion

Product #DOW7216

Regular Price: $19.99

Special Price: $16.99

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Manufacturer: Days Of Wonder

The USA 1910 expansion will fundamentally alter your strategies and tactics; surprise even long-time veteran railroaders; and bring hundreds of hours of new fun to your family and friends. So hop on board and discover a whole new ride!

Contents:
181 Large Format Cards (Including 39 New Destination Tickets and a New Bonus Card)
Rule Booklet


Ages: 8+
Players: 2-5
Game Length: 30-60 minutes


This is not a stand-alone game. A copy of Ticket to Ride is required to play.



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How to make the game better without changing it
This expansion is great. It fixes what is wrong with the Ticket to Ride game. The small cards. Larger cards, easier to read, and the addition to alot of tickets. For the price, it is great. My dad (age 70) likes this game, but the small cards would just give him fits from time to time. This was a great present for him.
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Review by Jonathan on 11/18/2015
A Must-Have for TtR Fans
The USA 1910 Expansion is a great example of what an expansion can do for a solid game. It doesn't add any rules, but it tweaks the existing game to provide a bevy of new gameplay options. This expansion is, essentially, a set of new route cards. It uses the same map and the same basic gameplay (there are some set-up and end-of-game bonuses that are different) as the base game.

These new routes give you three new ways to play the game. If you like the game but just want something a little different, you can play with only the new routes. If you want a high-scoring game where all players have a ton of potential to get lots of points, you can play the "Mega" variant that uses all routes from both the base and the expansion. Or, if you want a cutthroat game, you can play the "Big Cities" variant which limits play to routes that include one of eight major cities on the map. The cards are all plainly labeled, which makes sorting relatively easy.

Additionally, this expansion includes large-format (what we Americans tend to think of as "normal sized") cards for the base game as well, eliminating the one pesky thing about the base game--which was those tiny little cards. So, if you enjoy Ticket To Ride, this expansion will open up a lot of new gameplay avenues for you.
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Review by Kurt on 10/14/2015
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