Ticket to Ride: Asia [Board Game, 2-6 Players]
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Ticket to Ride: Asia from Days of Wonder and Asmodee brings you two new maps from ancient Asia for your next trip. Embark on an incredible adventure with a partner, or venture into the forbidden eastern lands of Legendary Asia!
Ticket to Ride is a train adventure where players collect cards of various types of train cars that enable them to claim railway routes connecting cities in various countries and continents. This family-friendly game is simple to learn, and provides tons of replay value. But don't let simplicity fool you -- Ticket to Ride requires strategy, good sense, and a touch of luck to win, making it one of the most popular specialty games of all time.
Embark on an incredible adventure in Alan R. Moon's Team Asia map as you and a partner compete against other teams on a 25,000 kilometer ride from Kabul to Beijing, through the steppes of Mongolia and the Gobi desert up to the Yellow River!
Or, if you prefer the quiet pleasures of traveling alone along the Silk Road, or winding your way through the hustle and bustle of Indochina, venture into the forbidden eastern lands of François Valentyne's Legendary Asia. Just be ready for a hair-rising ride through the mountain passes of the Himalayas!
The Ticket to Ride: Asia expansion includes a map of Legendary Asia and one of Team Asia, as well as Destination Tickets and Rules for each map, 6 card holders, and 9 plastic trains in each of 5 colours!
- For 2-6 players.
- 30-60 minutes of gameplay.
- Ticket to Ride or Ticket to Ride: Europe is required to use the maps in this expansion.
- The Ticket to Ride Asia expansion features two different maps on a single, double-side board.
- Includes 6 wooden cardholders, plus an additional 45 plastic trains ( 9 each of each of the 5 standard colors) both of which are used for team play.