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Ticket to Ride London

Original price £19.99 - Original price £19.99
Original price
£19.99
£19.99 - £19.99
Current price £19.99

Product Details

  • Players: 2-4
  • Playing Time: 10-15 Minutes
  • Age: 8+
  • Mechanisms: Card Drafting, Hand Management, Route/ Network Building, Set Collection
  • Designer: Alan R. Moon
  • Contents: 1 board map of London transportation network, 68 plastic Buses (17 in each color), 44 Transportation cards, 20 Destination Ticket Cards, 4 Scoring Markers, 1 rule leaflet

Description

Ticket to Ride: London is an elegantly simple version of Ticket to Ride where players race around 1970s London to claim the most important bus lines and complete their Destination Tickets, connecting Districts in the capital of the United Kingdom. With its quick and compact format, Ticket to Ride: London is fast-paced, easy to learn in three minutes, and extremely portable—perfect for new players and veterans alike. Ticket to Ride: London is a stand-alone game designed for 2 to 4 players and plays in 10 to 15 minutes. 

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a bit finnicky but they look great on the base

You have to be gentle with them, the "flower" parts tend to clump together when removing from the paper but if you mix them in with other tufts from this range they look superb

Digibrilliant!

This game is different enough from the big three card games (Magic, Pokemon & Yu-Gi-Oh!) to be exciting to play even for a jaded old man like me. The art and lore are a wonderful nostalgia hit for those of is that grew up with the Saturday morning cartoon too. Great game, would highly recommend giving it a go :)

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Fast delivery, great item! 5 stars

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This your dice? Preetty dice!

Bought for 10 yr old daughter as she gets into D&D, my opinions are obviously irrelevant. She ADORES them. Rolls a lot of 20s. Major Dad win.
Thanks Athena for your patience and enthusiasm as both my children ummed and ahhed over their choices, really lovely supportive experience for them. My son later said 'Why can't all shops be like that?' And there you have it.