Days Of Wonder Releases Ticket to Ride Stay at Home
Designed during the great lockdown of 2020, Ticket to Ride Stay at Home is a fun, quick and beautiful new version of the classic Ticket to Ride which will guarantee some amazing family moments around the gaming table.
This Print and Play expansion of the game was released by the games creator alan r moon and allow players to enhance their copy of Ticket to Ride with a home themed board it typical isolation theme.
Ticket To Ride Stay at Home
You will need to grab a pair of scissors, some adhesive tape and your copy of Ticket to Ride base game, to enjoy Ticket to Ride Stay at Home but you won’t be disappointed as you complete routes exploring your home.
This game is an expansion and requires that you use the game parts from one of the previous versions of Ticket to Ride (Ticket to Ride, Ticket to Ride Europe, Ticket to Ride Germany or Ticket to Ride Nordic Countries).
This game is a lot of fun and we really loved printing it and playing it.
With elegantly simple gameplay, Ticket to Ride can be learned in under 15 minutes. Stay at home is no exception.
Players will collect cards of various types of train cars they then use to claim routes in there “home”.
The longer the routes, the more points they earn.
Additional points come to those who fulfil Destination Tickets – goal cards that connect distant locations; and to the player who builds the longest continuous route.
The Game also introduces a new type of route the Family Route that players complete together placing one train at a time (and scoring one point) and can used by all contributors to complete there routes at the end of the game.
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What Are Print & Play Games
Print & Play versions of Board Games are board games that are not published in a physical form.
Instead, the rules and (most) components are available in a digital format, and players are expected to print them off and assemble them themselves.
Often, some additional, non-printable components are required as well like dice or player pieces but in most cases, even these components can be created using cardboard and paper elements.
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How to Download
Click the Links below to Visit Amazon or Asmodee to grab a copy of the print and play files or a copy of the ticket to ride base game.