Ticket To Ride London edition review

I am Mason, a ten-year-old boy, and I am going to tell you about a very fun board game my family bought recently.

The game we got is called Ticket To Ride London edition. You may have heard about Ticket To Ride before. Ticket To Ride London edition is very similar to the original Ticket To Ride. The first time we played it, it took us about thirty minutes. However, once you have learned how to play the game better, and once you have played the game multiple times, it takes about fifteen to twenty minutes to play. This could be a benefit from the original Ticket To Ride if you like smaller, not as long games.

I think that Ticket To Ride London edition was easier to learn than the regular Ticket To Ride because it is smaller, therefore less confusing and easier to learn. The instruction manual took a little less time to learn than I expected, but I have played the regular Ticket To Ride before, so that affected how long it took me to learn. In general, it is easy to learn how to play.

Another thing I like about the game is the quality of the game. The gameboard is solid and sturdy, it mostly not flimsy. The pieces to the game (the trains) are plastic, and very durable. the only reason I can see them breaking is if someone was purposely trying to break the pieces. The game has fewer trains than in the regular Ticket To Ride, which makes the game slower than the original Ticket To Ride. The cards that you draw are a little flimsy, but not a lot.

Ticket To Ride London edition is shorter than the regular Ticket To Ride, so it is less competitive. If you like shorter and less complicated games, then I would recommend getting Ticket To Ride London edition instead of the original Ticket To Ride. If you like longer, more complicated, and more competitive games, I would recommend getting the original Ticket To Ride.

My brother also enjoyed the game, but not as much as the original Ticket To Ride. My mom likes Ticket To Ride London edition a lot, and likes it a little more than the regular Ticket To Ride. My dad likes them both a lot, but he likes the original Ticket To Ride slightly better. I have to agree with my dad. I like them both a lot, but I like more competitive games a little better. Even though most of us like the regular Ticket To Ride better, If you prefer shorter, less complicated, less competitive games, Ticket To Ride London edition will be the perfect board game for you.