Ticket to Ride: First Journey is finally here! Available today for IOS, Andriod, and PC for $1.99 mobile, $4.99 PC. I got to check the IOS version out at Gen Con and I had a lot of fun. If you love Ticket to Ride and have small children this is the perfect way to try to entice them to give board games a shot. With its beautiful art style and perfect interface design Ticket to Ride: First Journey is worth its price tag. Check out the full press release below!
Ticket to Ride: First Journey brings the popular kid and family version of Days of Wonder classic board game Ticket to Ride to digital platforms. Perfect for all ages with quicker and easier gameplay for younger players, this adaptation is a must-have introduction to the award-winning and millions-selling game Ticket to Ride. Including both USA and European maps, Ticket to Ride: First Journey allows you to collect train cards, claim routes across the continent and connect major cities across the map.
Check out the trailer
Playable in solo mode against three AI of varying difficulties, or with up to three friends (or bots) with the ‘pass and play’ mode, each game of Ticket to Ride: First Journey will steer you through the wild landscapes of the USA or historical Europe, learning more about iconic monuments and collecting pictures of the cities as you go.
A digital adaptation for the masses, Ticket to Ride: First Journey has been simplified for younger audiences, so parents and children can experience the ride together. The game features a colorful, fully-animated 3D user experience, and user-friendly drag and drop mechanics to make the first Ticket to Ride journey easy and fun for all ages.
Ticket to Ride: First Journey features:
Two maps: Europe & North America
Family-friendly gameplay, including interactive, kid-focused tutorial
Solo mode: Easy, normal & difficult AI
Pass and play mode on a single device: Up to four players (or bots)
Unlockable rewards to build geographical knowledge
Ticket to Ride: First Journey is available today on mobile and pc.
Hopefully, we will see you and your kiddos working on those railroads!