If you haven’t played Ticket to Ride yet, all you need to know is that the iPad version is the most addictive board game I’ve played on the device. On the iPhone? Nothing even comes close (O.K., except maybe chess and Words with Friends). This weekend the newest version of the game to hit the [...]Show More Summary
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The iPhone version of the brilliant board game Ticket to Ride is free for a limited time. Game publisher Days of Wonder posted on the Ticket to Ride Facebook page that the Ticket to Ride Pocket app will be free until Tuesday, February 5, at midnight Pacific time.... Read Full Post
Ticket to Ride Pocket is one of those games whose very existence seems absurd. It’s an iPhone version of an iPad version of an online game that originally gained popularity — massive popularity — as a board game. But the talented people over at Days of Wonder (who publish the entire series) managed, inconceivably, to [...]Show More Summary
It's Friday, it's the beginning of the weekend, and well, that's as good a reason as any to have developers put a bunch of iOS games on sale. I wonder, do other industries have as many sales as the App Store? It reminds me of when furniture stores have giant "Going Out of Business!!" sales [...]
It was a little more than a year ago that Days of Wonder launched Ticket to Ride [ $6.99 (HD)] on the iPad, a digital version of their mega-popular 2004 board game, and we thought it was pretty phenomenal in our review. It came with the original USA map and the option to buy expansion [...]
Ticket to Ride Pocket keeps chugging along, adding the first paid expansion with Ticket to Ride Pocket: 1910. The $1 extension is based off the expansion for the board game (which is way more expensive), featuring three new modes and...Show More Summary
Ticket To Ride Pocket [$1.99] has received a little more loving by way of content today. In a fresh update, Days of Wonder has dropped 1910 as an expansion for $.99. 1910 adds three modes, all of which seem to offer unique ways to engage with the classic board game. Classic mode rewards players with [...]
A new expansion for the iOS version of the popular Ticket to Ride board game brings players more modes to enjoy.
In Gamasutra's latest postmortem, Days of Wonder's CTO and lead developer explain how switching to new versions of tools can wreak havoc with schedules. "We used Xcode 3.2 to release all prior versions of Ticket to Ride for iPad. WeShow More Summary
Ticket to Ride Pocket, the excellent iOS adaptation of the award winning and best selling board game, is now free for a limited time. Similar to its iPad sibling, Ticket to Ride Pocket was designed from the ground up to make the complete board game experience possible on the iPhone’s 3.5? screen. Ticket to Ride is a [...]
One of the very best iPhone board game translations just got better!
A few months ago, Days of Wonder released the $2 iPhone version of their overwhelmingly popular, award-winning board game, Ticket to Ride. Ticket to Ride Pocket amazed everyone by including all the elements of the iPad version in a smaller, tighter, but just as engrossing package — only with one huge hole: while you could [...]Show More Summary
Ticket to Ride Pocket [$1.99], the iPhone and iPod Touch-specific version of the wonderful board game translation, has received a huge update. Starting now, users can now rock out online for the first time in a new asynchronous mode that allows up to four games per user. Less excitingly, local play has received a few [...]
Ticket to Ride Pocket has added a major update to the train baron simulator, allowing for asynchronous gameplay. Track-layers can now conduct up to four games at once using the new multiplayer mode. The game also now permits play across...Show More Summary
A follow up to the popular board game and iPad game, Ticket to Ride Pocket takes the best from the game and adapts it to the iPhone with simplicity and beauty.
The iPhone version of a hit board game has me building railroads everywhere I go.
Ticket to Ride is a popular board game created by board game gurus Days of Wonder. Back in May, Ticket to Ride [$6.99] was digitally converted into an iPad game, one which we thoroughly enjoyed in our review. Ticket to Ride had an excellent computer AI to play against, but the real fun was in [...]
Ticket to Ride Pocket, the iPhone and iPod Touch version of the hit board game, is available now on the App Store for $0.99. The title supports solo play, local pass-and-play and local Wi-Fi/Bluetooth. Developer Days of Wonder has been...Show More Summary