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Ticket to Ride

Ticket to Ride

Asmodee Digital

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  • img Community
    this looks like fun though
    img by Aubrey
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Covid-19 has us stuck in our homes more than we'd like. Playing online is a great way to stay in touch with friends in these trying times. This app is based on an old board game and its aim is to build the best sprawl of train lines. Suitable for kids and adults, it can host up to 5 players.
    img by Aubrey
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    One of my favorite games to play growing up is still fun 20 years later, yet mobile convenience makes it even more enjoyable. Play on the go without worrying about finding a space for the board or losing all the pieces.
    img by Aubrey
    8 months ago
  • After 20,000 games or more... Aug 19, 2019

    By kamala_k
    Whether you're a seasoned Ticket to Ride fan or new to the game, this app is a great way to learn and play TTR. I enjoy playing solo games against the AI bots. It gives me a good chance to practice various strategies and improve my game. Playing against live players can be frustrating because there are a lot of sharks who just want to win, and playing against them is not fun. I will note, that after playing the bots for many years, that they are rather predictable. Some bots will build as many 15 point segments as possible, ignoring their tickets. Many of the bots seem to have a preference for certain routes, and will build them even if they don't have tickets going into those cities. They rarely choose extra tickets. Also, they will collect many more train cards than they'll ever need. However, the game play is pretty realistic and gives good insight into what strategies work well.
  • Nov 6, 2021

    By Adam Phillips
    Great game. Love the board game, and don't mind the DLC since they are real different games in real life that cost much more. Minus one star because it is definitely optimized for tablet and not phone. Sometimes the first letters of text will be cut off because my screen is too small.
  • Stop with the nagging! Jul 14, 2019

    By Roadfood
    A good game but in solo play will you please provide a way to turn off the incredibly annoying constant nagging! Every few seconds a drop down appears, “It’s your turn”, “It’s your turn”, “It’s your turn”, “It’s your turn”. I know it’s my turn! I’d like to be able to take my time to think without the constant bother. And it nags like that about everything. “pick another card”, select some tickets”. Every nag does that annoying slide down every few seconds, it’s almost as annoying as the old HTML blink tag!! Please make it stop!!! If you really feel the need to remind the player of what they already know, at least just put it statically somewhere instead of the constantly super annoying drop down!!!!! Also, why can’t I pick my own color? Every other game in the world lets me change my player color but with this game I’m stuck with green! Also, this game desperately needs an undo or a turn confirmation with an option to change your move. Every so often I accidentally lift my finger when the pointer is over the wrong track, something that would never happen in the board game, and having a way to fix that mistake before the game moves on should be provided.
  • Oct 21, 2021

    By Kerryn Ring
    Love the game but constantly being aborted from the game. This has happened irregularly in the past but it is happening all the time now. Developers need to look into this. I wouldn't buy this game until this issue is fixed. It would be a waste of money as it no longer gives the true game experience. However I will update this review if the problem is addressed
  • Nov 10, 2021

    By Chris Yuill
    This has been a great way to better understand some of the strategy and mechanics of Ticket to Ride without holding up family members around the table. A great way to have fun, learn strategies, and ultimately become a railway baron!
  • Definitely like! Dec 2, 2017

    By Jiaqni
    Nice picture and proper sound notice makes good presentation of the game. Brought me much fun and is a good pass time. There’s still a few problems: 1. Please fix the glitches with pass and play on iPad. I was never able to launch the game that way. It quits unexpectedly every time, making me and my friend pay twice if we want to play together even in the same room. I hope it was meant for people together to play on one device. Otherwise we can’t really persuade everybody to pay 6 dollars and get involved. 2. Cannot choose icon for myself. Always the green boy if I’m host player(But I’m girl) it doesn’t mess with the game, but allowing choice with icon is definitely more fun. Same thing for multiplayer’s locally. I cannot tell my friend from robot player unless asking his color 3. I’ve played board game and there was this concept of building a station, where you could use all routes directly connected to the station to complete your path cards. Would you be able to adapt this function? Currently it’s nothing challenging but drawing cards by luck and predicting robots routes to act accordingly. (They are pretty weak though after you’ve played a while)
  • Oct 31, 2021

    By AnneMarie Curtis
    Ticket to ride is a great board game and it is reasonably fun to play against the AI in this version. Point deducted because each new map costs the same as the original game, which seems excessive.
  • After 20,000 games or more... Aug 19, 2019

    By kamala_k
    Whether you're a seasoned Ticket to Ride fan or new to the game, this app is a great way to learn and play TTR. I enjoy playing solo games against the AI bots. It gives me a good chance to practice various strategies and improve my game. Playing against live players can be frustrating because there are a lot of sharks who just want to win, and playing against them is not fun. I will note, that after playing the bots for many years, that they are rather predictable. Some bots will build as many 15 point segments as possible, ignoring their tickets. Many of the bots seem to have a preference for certain routes, and will build them even if they don't have tickets going into those cities. They rarely choose extra tickets. Also, they will collect many more train cards than they'll ever need. However, the game play is pretty realistic and gives good insight into what strategies work well.
  • Nov 6, 2021

    By Adam Phillips
    Great game. Love the board game, and don't mind the DLC since they are real different games in real life that cost much more. Minus one star because it is definitely optimized for tablet and not phone. Sometimes the first letters of text will be cut off because my screen is too small.
  • Stop with the nagging! Jul 14, 2019

    By Roadfood
    A good game but in solo play will you please provide a way to turn off the incredibly annoying constant nagging! Every few seconds a drop down appears, “It’s your turn”, “It’s your turn”, “It’s your turn”, “It’s your turn”. I know it’s my turn! I’d like to be able to take my time to think without the constant bother. And it nags like that about everything. “pick another card”, select some tickets”. Every nag does that annoying slide down every few seconds, it’s almost as annoying as the old HTML blink tag!! Please make it stop!!! If you really feel the need to remind the player of what they already know, at least just put it statically somewhere instead of the constantly super annoying drop down!!!!! Also, why can’t I pick my own color? Every other game in the world lets me change my player color but with this game I’m stuck with green! Also, this game desperately needs an undo or a turn confirmation with an option to change your move. Every so often I accidentally lift my finger when the pointer is over the wrong track, something that would never happen in the board game, and having a way to fix that mistake before the game moves on should be provided.
  • Oct 21, 2021

    By Kerryn Ring
    Love the game but constantly being aborted from the game. This has happened irregularly in the past but it is happening all the time now. Developers need to look into this. I wouldn't buy this game until this issue is fixed. It would be a waste of money as it no longer gives the true game experience. However I will update this review if the problem is addressed
  • Nov 10, 2021

    By Chris Yuill
    This has been a great way to better understand some of the strategy and mechanics of Ticket to Ride without holding up family members around the table. A great way to have fun, learn strategies, and ultimately become a railway baron!
  • Definitely like! Dec 2, 2017

    By Jiaqni
    Nice picture and proper sound notice makes good presentation of the game. Brought me much fun and is a good pass time. There’s still a few problems: 1. Please fix the glitches with pass and play on iPad. I was never able to launch the game that way. It quits unexpectedly every time, making me and my friend pay twice if we want to play together even in the same room. I hope it was meant for people together to play on one device. Otherwise we can’t really persuade everybody to pay 6 dollars and get involved. 2. Cannot choose icon for myself. Always the green boy if I’m host player(But I’m girl) it doesn’t mess with the game, but allowing choice with icon is definitely more fun. Same thing for multiplayer’s locally. I cannot tell my friend from robot player unless asking his color 3. I’ve played board game and there was this concept of building a station, where you could use all routes directly connected to the station to complete your path cards. Would you be able to adapt this function? Currently it’s nothing challenging but drawing cards by luck and predicting robots routes to act accordingly. (They are pretty weak though after you’ve played a while)
  • Oct 31, 2021

    By AnneMarie Curtis
    Ticket to ride is a great board game and it is reasonably fun to play against the AI in this version. Point deducted because each new map costs the same as the original game, which seems excessive.
  • Oct 17, 2021

    By Tristan H
    Fun game, but the local play has so many issues it's insane. Disconnects and me and my wife are unable to reconnect. The disconnects are super common, so it's anger inducing how much trouble we have with making the game actually play. Yall really need to fix the local play experience for a 5 star review.
  • Excellent game design, glitchy app Mar 3, 2019

    By 9cipher
    I really enjoy the tabletop version of Ticket to Ride, especially playing with my parents who have grown a bit bored of the scrabble-and-monopoly board games but don’t really want to sit through a half-hour rules presentation either. It’s strategic enough to be interesting but not hard to understand. The app version is 100% faithful to the board game, and it’s been a lot of fun to try out the different maps that I’d hesitated to get physical copies of due to space constraints. Definitely worth it if you like board games, and want to play with people far away. That said, the process of setting up invitation games is clunky and kind of hard to navigate (not to mention troubleshoot over the phone) and the scoring glitches on some of the maps have really detracted from the fun. It’s also a lot of information on a small space, and it would be really handy to be able to up the font size, especially when playing on an iPad mini. I hope to see these problems improve, as I’ve seen some of the older bugs get fixed.
  • Oct 31, 2021

    By Travis Wood
    This game is awsome! Apparently it used to be a bord game but then they made it an app and I love that. ❤ I also think that being able to have multiple players is great and also it doesn't just ah e to be 2 or 3 😁. LOVE THE GAME 😁❤❤❤
  • Okay But Too Often Frustrating Apr 22, 2019

    By brianmcnamara1979
    A couple design flaws and/or glitches takes most of the fun out of the game. The game is mostly well made and easy to play with the exception of the following which often makes it frustrating and not worth playing. Hopefully the below is fixed someday because this game could be one of the best. - The game often stalls for 5-30 seconds each turn when each player’s timers continues to run after he executes his move. The next player can’t play and everyone just has to wait for some unknown reason. - One attempted workaround to the above, which doesn’t usually work, is for players to exit the game and return after they make their move. Unfortunately this requires other players to click ‘Okay’ each time the notifications appear. Which can mean you’re clicking dozens of times every game instead of just playing. - The game doesn’t have an individual turn time limit so if a player isn’t active you have to wait the entire 10-15 minutes of their game clock until the robot jumps in. - The game has some cool graphics when you complete a route or have the longest train but it slows the game down too much, especially since it already is frustratingly slow from the above items.
  • Great Game, Sloppy Update Dec 22, 2018

    By S. Gresham
    This is easily one of the best board game adaptations available on mobile. Unfortunately, the most recent update has introduced a slew of unpleasant quirks/bugs. The game stalls almost interminably when transitioning into the final scoring after the last round of turns. Exiting back to the menu from a finished game is another spot where the app can’t quite seem to figure out what it’s meant to be doing. The new animations are sleek, to be sure. But they’re also wholly unnecessary & ultimately do little more than slow down the gameplay experience. And even though I am playing on an iPad (so no issues here with accidentally exiting the app, as so many other players have bemoaned), the new larger graphics of my hand of cards fanned out often blocks the bottom of the map. I have to tap a card to make them reduce down in size on every turn, which results in the game’s error buzzer sounding *every turn.* Does all of this make the game unplayable? No, not for me. It does, however, make playing the game unnecessarily tedious, almost to the point I’m inclined to uninstall & save myself some storage space until I hear the kinks have been ironed out.
  • Nov 3, 2021

    By Zahir Kaderbhai
    The system doesnt work. Its happened numerous times now where i have had the joint longest train but its given an opponent 10 bonus points but not myself. I have screen shots to verify this. How do i uninstall this for a refund? As each time the system has this error it reduces my ranking incorrectly
  • Nov 4, 2021

    By Julie Wagner
    I love playing this. However, it logged me out and won't let me log back in. Please help. Update: not sure how, but I finally got logged back in. And then it logged me out AGAIN!!! PLEASE HELP!!!
  • Maddening bugs in local play Sep 7, 2020

    By Russman2
    Don’t see a Developer Response on the bottom of this post? Don’t waste your money. Sometimes, the app crashes immediately when you start a game in any mode. Local Games are the worst, though. Playing one is like walking into a field of land mines—you never know when or why the app will crash. Beyond all the crashing: If one player leaves the app during play, even for a second, the app has trouble noticing when they return to the game. When that happens, you wait and wait. You leave again. Come back. Close the app entirely. Come back. Did that kill your game? Maybe. Maybe not. Should you “Please wait” another ten minutes or roll the dice on your evening? When it actually does register that both players are present again, it forgets whose turn it was and locks up indefinitely for one player. (We’re playing with two up-to-date iPhone 11’s over the same Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.) If these bugs had been fixed within the last few years and/or it were easy to submit bugs, this would be a five-star review. The gameplay is fun and the expansions are great. For that reason, I can’t give it one star. I really want it to be as fun as it could be. However, the Local Game bugs so consistently crush our fun—and it’s so convoluted to figure out where to go for support—that we’re fixing to check out for good. Will I miss it? Yeah. But our tabletop version is waiting with open arms.
  • No XR support/Online play is broken Dec 30, 2018

    By showme78
    Update. So I found out that the screen could be reduced so I could see all game play but it’s like looking at it on a screen of an iPhone 4 inside an XR. Online play is completely broken on my XR and on my 5th gen iPad. WiFi/no WiFi, it doesn’t matter. Sometimes it acts like it’s going to work and then it just quits again. I have re-installed and restarted and contacted the developers through review and the help/contact button in-game and have heard nothing back. Solo mode works fine if that matters. Otherwise, very, very disappointing. Original- I can’t play train cards half the time because the stupid multitasking button is in the way. The cards become smaller or bigger based on how many you have and I can’t place them on routes to win the game because every time I try to grab them my phone thinks I’m trying to exit the game. I just bought this game and an expansion pack and they are unusable. I’ve played this game before and it was great but it is unplayable as of now. Update your game people!
  • img Community
    this looks like fun though
    img by Aubrey
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Covid-19 has us stuck in our homes more than we'd like. Playing online is a great way to stay in touch with friends in these trying times. This app is based on an old board game and its aim is to build the best sprawl of train lines. Suitable for kids and adults, it can host up to 5 players.
    img by Aubrey
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    One of my favorite games to play growing up is still fun 20 years later, yet mobile convenience makes it even more enjoyable. Play on the go without worrying about finding a space for the board or losing all the pieces.
    img by Aubrey
    8 months ago

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  • After 20,000 games or more... Aug 19, 2019

    By kamala_k
    Whether you're a seasoned Ticket to Ride fan or new to the game, this app is a great way to learn and play TTR. I enjoy playing solo games against the AI bots. It gives me a good chance to practice various strategies and improve my game. Playing against live players can be frustrating because there are a lot of sharks who just want to win, and playing against them is not fun. I will note, that after playing the bots for many years, that they are rather predictable. Some bots will build as many 15 point segments as possible, ignoring their tickets. Many of the bots seem to have a preference for certain routes, and will build them even if they don't have tickets going into those cities. They rarely choose extra tickets. Also, they will collect many more train cards than they'll ever need. However, the game play is pretty realistic and gives good insight into what strategies work well.
  • Oct 31, 2021

    By Travis Wood
    This game is awsome! Apparently it used to be a bord game but then they made it an app and I love that. ❤ I also think that being able to have multiple players is great and also it doesn't just ah e to be 2 or 3 😁. LOVE THE GAME 😁❤❤❤
  • It is good Dec 6, 2020

    By Fred Meal
    Yes, it can be said that Ticket To Ride challenges the very fabric of intellectual existentialism. Indeed, this railway excursion defies the confines of terrestrial deduction and compels its consumers to extend trifling beyond the limits of recreational pursuit and instead, to cross the threshold of analytical inference. I say this game is good. It mite be the best. Gaming rocks. Actuly gaming rocks the Rockies. Gaming is good for people and there brains. It don’t matter weather you are little or old. Or what you’re natonality is or is not. Gaming is a cure for anything except covid. I know because I study a bunch of things. And railroad stuff is Awesome but not the noise. I live 25 feet from a active railroad track and its mostly noisy. And there are lots of grafiti on the box cars and the local motives. But no grafiti is in this game, so it rocks. So by this game and Yule get more smart. Like me.
  • Sep 4, 2021

    By Michael Turton
    Excellent implementation. Bug-free. Fun, easy to use. The AI is acceptably good, unlike many mobile games. Its a quibble, but things would go faster if the longest route were simply illuminated and not animated. Great job with this game!
  • Oct 20, 2021

    By Cadia Taylor Dove
    This works when there's noone to play the actual board game with. A cheaper alternative. Watch out if you play the online option cause some players are downright rude. Overall it is fun and for me good practice for the board version.
  • Nov 1, 2021

    By Joan Lauricella
    Love this game! Been playing for over a year and still enjoying it. Lots of different expansions that keep it fun.
  • Oct 26, 2021

    By Sali forest
    This game continues to offer hours of playing fun. There are many different included options that allow me to change my play style. I recommend this game.
  • Suggestions Mar 11, 2021

    By Stefan Goodspeed
    Hi there! Love the app! Here are a few suggestions for the developers. No rush, just trying to help out. 1. There are numerous times when I will create a game and all of the people show up but the game does not start. It forces you to back out, then go to “RESUME” to re-join the game. It’s strange, but it happens to my friend as well. 2. When you join a game and you’re waiting for others to join, it would be nice to see how many players the game is set for.. that way people know how long their wait will be. 3. I saw there was a suggestion to be able to pull back your move incase you accidentally made a mistake.. I agree that it can happen and it can be frustrating especially in a close match, BUT I don’t agree it should be fixed. I don’t want to have to confirm/submit my move every time, it’s more finger strokes. All those people with fat fingers should just learn to be more precise. 4. Make the friends aspect more useful. Sometimes I play people in a game, and I either has a good conversation or I enjoy the way they play so it would be nice to add those people to your friends list without having to memorize the name. Keep up the good work.
  • Nov 6, 2021

    By Adam Phillips
    Great game. Love the board game, and don't mind the DLC since they are real different games in real life that cost much more. Minus one star because it is definitely optimized for tablet and not phone. Sometimes the first letters of text will be cut off because my screen is too small.
  • Stop with the nagging! Jul 14, 2019

    By Roadfood
    A good game but in solo play will you please provide a way to turn off the incredibly annoying constant nagging! Every few seconds a drop down appears, “It’s your turn”, “It’s your turn”, “It’s your turn”, “It’s your turn”. I know it’s my turn! I’d like to be able to take my time to think without the constant bother. And it nags like that about everything. “pick another card”, select some tickets”. Every nag does that annoying slide down every few seconds, it’s almost as annoying as the old HTML blink tag!! Please make it stop!!! If you really feel the need to remind the player of what they already know, at least just put it statically somewhere instead of the constantly super annoying drop down!!!!! Also, why can’t I pick my own color? Every other game in the world lets me change my player color but with this game I’m stuck with green! Also, this game desperately needs an undo or a turn confirmation with an option to change your move. Every so often I accidentally lift my finger when the pointer is over the wrong track, something that would never happen in the board game, and having a way to fix that mistake before the game moves on should be provided.
  • Nov 10, 2021

    By Chris Yuill
    This has been a great way to better understand some of the strategy and mechanics of Ticket to Ride without holding up family members around the table. A great way to have fun, learn strategies, and ultimately become a railway baron!
  • Definitely like! Dec 2, 2017

    By Jiaqni
    Nice picture and proper sound notice makes good presentation of the game. Brought me much fun and is a good pass time. There’s still a few problems: 1. Please fix the glitches with pass and play on iPad. I was never able to launch the game that way. It quits unexpectedly every time, making me and my friend pay twice if we want to play together even in the same room. I hope it was meant for people together to play on one device. Otherwise we can’t really persuade everybody to pay 6 dollars and get involved. 2. Cannot choose icon for myself. Always the green boy if I’m host player(But I’m girl) it doesn’t mess with the game, but allowing choice with icon is definitely more fun. Same thing for multiplayer’s locally. I cannot tell my friend from robot player unless asking his color 3. I’ve played board game and there was this concept of building a station, where you could use all routes directly connected to the station to complete your path cards. Would you be able to adapt this function? Currently it’s nothing challenging but drawing cards by luck and predicting robots routes to act accordingly. (They are pretty weak though after you’ve played a while)
  • Oct 31, 2021

    By AnneMarie Curtis
    Ticket to ride is a great board game and it is reasonably fun to play against the AI in this version. Point deducted because each new map costs the same as the original game, which seems excessive.
  • Excellent game design, glitchy app Mar 3, 2019

    By 9cipher
    I really enjoy the tabletop version of Ticket to Ride, especially playing with my parents who have grown a bit bored of the scrabble-and-monopoly board games but don’t really want to sit through a half-hour rules presentation either. It’s strategic enough to be interesting but not hard to understand. The app version is 100% faithful to the board game, and it’s been a lot of fun to try out the different maps that I’d hesitated to get physical copies of due to space constraints. Definitely worth it if you like board games, and want to play with people far away. That said, the process of setting up invitation games is clunky and kind of hard to navigate (not to mention troubleshoot over the phone) and the scoring glitches on some of the maps have really detracted from the fun. It’s also a lot of information on a small space, and it would be really handy to be able to up the font size, especially when playing on an iPad mini. I hope to see these problems improve, as I’ve seen some of the older bugs get fixed.
  • Nov 7, 2021

    By Apoorva Lal
    Good execution of the board game on mobile. Only annoyance is that the game periodically forgets the maps I own and locks me out of them even though I'm signed in; need to force quit and restart to revert. Would appreciate a fix.
  • Great game with one change May 23, 2020

    By Prnoofon
    This game is a really fun adaptation of the board game that I love to play. I like not having to count up all the pieces, shuffle and hold cards, and carefully place my trains on the board in the right spot. I love the ranking system as I think it demonstrates a players skill, but values their most recent game scores above their past ones. One change that I would like to see made is a turn time limit. There is already a time limit for the whole game, but I believe one for a turn is needed! I’ve been in way too many games where the person who is clearly doing poorly stops playing, and the remaining players have to wait for his/her timer to run down. I played a game this morning where I had to wait 10 minutes until one player’s timer finally ran out just so we could take our last turn. The turn timers could be something set by the host of each game. I think anywhere from 30 seconds to 2 minutes would be good.
  • Oct 21, 2021

    By Cindy D
    This is pretty close to the board game and fun, even though it is played alone. Sometimes the computer opponent plays a little cutthroat. Maybe it might be a good idea to include skill levels.
  • Great but some suggestions Jan 17, 2019

    By suggestions for you
    I LOVE this board game! I’ve enjoyed playing the app version as well but have a few suggestions. One, it would be wonderful if you could fix it to where if someone doesn’t make a move during their turn within a certain amount of time that it skips them. The ‘bot’ does take over for a player if they actually exit the app- however, if they leave it up on their phone but stop playing, the other players can’t do anything except sit there until the entire time for the game runs out. I’ve played games where I’m about to win and the other player just stops playing but doesn’t exit the game. So I sit and wait for the clock to end to get my points. Or, I just leave. It’s very very frustrating! Second, it would be good if the ranking system was easier to understand. And the game does freeze on me and suddenly restarts from time to time. Fix these things and it would be perfect!
  • Oct 21, 2021

    By Kerryn Ring
    Love the game but constantly being aborted from the game. This has happened irregularly in the past but it is happening all the time now. Developers need to look into this. I wouldn't buy this game until this issue is fixed. It would be a waste of money as it no longer gives the true game experience. However I will update this review if the problem is addressed
  • Oct 17, 2021

    By Tristan H
    Fun game, but the local play has so many issues it's insane. Disconnects and me and my wife are unable to reconnect. The disconnects are super common, so it's anger inducing how much trouble we have with making the game actually play. Yall really need to fix the local play experience for a 5 star review.
  • Sep 2, 2021

    By Rose Aanerud
    Great game. Platform seems unstable. Mid game you are thrown out to "verify installation " after that process is done, you cannot reconnect to the game you were playing. Useless if you can't finish the games.
  • Great Game slowly being ruined by updates... Dec 21, 2019

    By Monkeypats
    My friend and I play TTR on a regular basis, several times a week at least. They have slowly been updating the app and creating more and more problems. The app times out regularly now. Also, most recently it has stopped giving us notifications when someone takes their turn and you’re not in the app. I used to get banner notifications on my iPhone. Now, I have no idea if she’s taken her turn. This is very frustrating since we’ll play over the course of a day and I don’t want to keep checking the app constantly to see if it’s my turn. (I’ve checked all my iPhone/iPad settings and both allow notifications from TTR... no settings have changed there). Randomly too, on her app and my app our trains are different colors now, but I can’t seem to see anywhere that you can choose your train colors? That’s not important to game play, but just super random. Eventually we’ll have to stop playing and pick a new game if this keeps up.
  • Wanted to like it more... Jan 24, 2021

    By dmf95742
    I really wanted to like this app, but there’s a bug that kicks me out frequently when I try to start a solo game. The biggest problem though is in online games. If another play doesn’t take their turn, the game stops until their game timer runs out? The app either needs a way to kick out unresponsive players, or have players automatically replaced by a bot if they’ve been inactive for a certain amount of time. Another annoying feature- if another player leaves, a comment pops up saying they’ve been replaced by a robot. You have to X out of the pop up. Then another pop up shows up if they come back into the game, which you have to X out of. I had someone popping in and out repeatedly, and it was impossible to play that round because you couldn’t look at the board, select cards, lay a train, etc. without getting a pop up that needed to be closed. I really like the game, but unfortunately these bugs mean it is not really playable.
  • Oct 23, 2021

    By Vanessa McNab
    This happens a lot. I'll start a game and it won't jump into the game so I'll have to leave the rejoin and it takes points off everytime. It's super annoying!
  • Ruined with “it’s your turn” banner Apr 8, 2020

    By Delta_DB
    I love this game, and I love this app, but sometimes the updates are completely unnecessary and ruin the game experience. This latest update introduced the “it’s your turn” banner which pops up a big sign that covers 1/3 of the board, and there’s no way to turn it off! This game requires studying the board every turn to look for new or vanishing opportunities and plan your turn, so now you have to swipe the annoying banner out of the way to see the map and plan your turn, which has caused me to accidentally take actions or grab cards I didn’t want, a HUGE no-no in the strategy of this game! There’s also ZERO need for it in solo mode which is what I play most often. I wait because I’m studying, NOT because I can’t figure out when it’s my turn—please make an option to turn this “feature” off in the settings. Until then, I won’t be playing.
  • Okay But Too Often Frustrating Apr 22, 2019

    By brianmcnamara1979
    A couple design flaws and/or glitches takes most of the fun out of the game. The game is mostly well made and easy to play with the exception of the following which often makes it frustrating and not worth playing. Hopefully the below is fixed someday because this game could be one of the best. - The game often stalls for 5-30 seconds each turn when each player’s timers continues to run after he executes his move. The next player can’t play and everyone just has to wait for some unknown reason. - One attempted workaround to the above, which doesn’t usually work, is for players to exit the game and return after they make their move. Unfortunately this requires other players to click ‘Okay’ each time the notifications appear. Which can mean you’re clicking dozens of times every game instead of just playing. - The game doesn’t have an individual turn time limit so if a player isn’t active you have to wait the entire 10-15 minutes of their game clock until the robot jumps in. - The game has some cool graphics when you complete a route or have the longest train but it slows the game down too much, especially since it already is frustratingly slow from the above items.
  • Great Game, Sloppy Update Dec 22, 2018

    By S. Gresham
    This is easily one of the best board game adaptations available on mobile. Unfortunately, the most recent update has introduced a slew of unpleasant quirks/bugs. The game stalls almost interminably when transitioning into the final scoring after the last round of turns. Exiting back to the menu from a finished game is another spot where the app can’t quite seem to figure out what it’s meant to be doing. The new animations are sleek, to be sure. But they’re also wholly unnecessary & ultimately do little more than slow down the gameplay experience. And even though I am playing on an iPad (so no issues here with accidentally exiting the app, as so many other players have bemoaned), the new larger graphics of my hand of cards fanned out often blocks the bottom of the map. I have to tap a card to make them reduce down in size on every turn, which results in the game’s error buzzer sounding *every turn.* Does all of this make the game unplayable? No, not for me. It does, however, make playing the game unnecessarily tedious, almost to the point I’m inclined to uninstall & save myself some storage space until I hear the kinks have been ironed out.
  • Maddening bugs in local play Sep 7, 2020

    By Russman2
    Don’t see a Developer Response on the bottom of this post? Don’t waste your money. Sometimes, the app crashes immediately when you start a game in any mode. Local Games are the worst, though. Playing one is like walking into a field of land mines—you never know when or why the app will crash. Beyond all the crashing: If one player leaves the app during play, even for a second, the app has trouble noticing when they return to the game. When that happens, you wait and wait. You leave again. Come back. Close the app entirely. Come back. Did that kill your game? Maybe. Maybe not. Should you “Please wait” another ten minutes or roll the dice on your evening? When it actually does register that both players are present again, it forgets whose turn it was and locks up indefinitely for one player. (We’re playing with two up-to-date iPhone 11’s over the same Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.) If these bugs had been fixed within the last few years and/or it were easy to submit bugs, this would be a five-star review. The gameplay is fun and the expansions are great. For that reason, I can’t give it one star. I really want it to be as fun as it could be. However, the Local Game bugs so consistently crush our fun—and it’s so convoluted to figure out where to go for support—that we’re fixing to check out for good. Will I miss it? Yeah. But our tabletop version is waiting with open arms.
  • Nov 3, 2021

    By Zahir Kaderbhai
    The system doesnt work. Its happened numerous times now where i have had the joint longest train but its given an opponent 10 bonus points but not myself. I have screen shots to verify this. How do i uninstall this for a refund? As each time the system has this error it reduces my ranking incorrectly
  • Nov 4, 2021

    By Julie Wagner
    I love playing this. However, it logged me out and won't let me log back in. Please help. Update: not sure how, but I finally got logged back in. And then it logged me out AGAIN!!! PLEASE HELP!!!
  • No XR support/Online play is broken Dec 30, 2018

    By showme78
    Update. So I found out that the screen could be reduced so I could see all game play but it’s like looking at it on a screen of an iPhone 4 inside an XR. Online play is completely broken on my XR and on my 5th gen iPad. WiFi/no WiFi, it doesn’t matter. Sometimes it acts like it’s going to work and then it just quits again. I have re-installed and restarted and contacted the developers through review and the help/contact button in-game and have heard nothing back. Solo mode works fine if that matters. Otherwise, very, very disappointing. Original- I can’t play train cards half the time because the stupid multitasking button is in the way. The cards become smaller or bigger based on how many you have and I can’t place them on routes to win the game because every time I try to grab them my phone thinks I’m trying to exit the game. I just bought this game and an expansion pack and they are unusable. I’ve played this game before and it was great but it is unplayable as of now. Update your game people!

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