Ticket to Ride is Free on Amazon Appstore

Ticket to Ride is Free on Amazon Appstore

Dec 2, 2016

Tis the season of giving, and the Amazon Appstore has Ticket to Ride (from Days of Wonder) for free.

That’s a game regularly priced at $6.99 available for free.

This is a port of the popular railway-based board game Designed by Alan R Moon, and features cross-platform multi-player functionality

Check out the formal feature set:

Main features

• Alan R. Moon’s official Ticket to Ride maps with original artwork in full high resolution
• Cross-platform online Play against other Android, iPhone, iPad, Linux, Mac and PC gamers
• An unparalleled online player community with tens of thousands of live opponents
• Solo play against up to 4 AI players
• Pass-and-Play with up to 4 live opponents
• Additional maps of Europe, Switzerland, USA 1910, Legendary Asia, India and Nordic Countries available as in-app purchases
• Detailed, interactive turn-by-turn, in-game tutorial
• Contextual in-game Conductor’s Notes to help you master all the maps
• True cross-platform: players can challenge on other platforms including Steam PC and Mac, Android, iPhone and iPad
• Online and offline Hall of Fame

Our sister site Pocket Gamer gave the game high praise when it tool a formal look a while back.

Go ahead and get this while it’s available…


Humble Bundle with Android 7 Adds Three Games and Ticket to Ride DLC

Humble Bundle with Android 7 Adds Three Games and Ticket to Ride DLC

Oct 24, 2013

Halfway through the Humble Bundle with Android 7, the customary addition of games has happened. Those who pay above the average ($6.28 as of writing) will get the classic point and click adventure game Broken Sword: Director’s Cut, The Men Who Wear Many Hats’ zombified take on the classic Oregon Trail, Organ Trail: Director’s Cut, and 11 Bit Software’s Anomaly Korea, their tower offense sequel to Anomaly: Warzone Earth. As well, Europe DLC for Ticket to Ride has been added. Those who already own the bundle and paid above the average have access to the games now, those who purchase by next Tuesday, October 29th, will get access as well.

Humble Bundle with Android 7 Launches, Including Android Debut of Anodyne

The gap of time between the last two Humble Bundles including Android games was an interminable one. With the release of the Humble Bundle with Android 7, let us go back to the halcyon days of October 9th, 2013. The Pittsburgh Pirates were competing to win a playoff series. The government was still shut down. And the roving packs of why-wolves still roamed the streets. But not any more, except for the whole government shutdown thing. But Humble has followed up the Humble Mobile Bundle 2 with the latest “with Android” bundle, including 6 games (with more to come) that are available on Android along with PC versions.

Anodyne: This Zelda-inspired adventure game makes its Android debut as part of the Humble Bundle. Go on a mysterious quest as a white-haired individual who attacks with a broom, and hopefully recover your own memory, along with a more powerful weapon. The game’s haunting soundtrack is included with the purchase!


Incredipede: Colin and Sarah Northway’s physics puzzler where players try to control Quozzle, a cyclopian being with a varied number of legs and muscles, is part of the bundle. The Android version is fully-featured with both the campaign mode where players can either use pre-made creations or help customize Quozzle’s limbs themselves, along with the sandbox and level creation tools. Check out the episode of The Portable Podcast where I discussed the game and the development process with the Northways.


Greed Corp: This turn-based strategy game came out on Android a while ago, but with the wider availability of Android tablets and more powerful hardware, its time is now. Plus, cross-platform multiplayer helps to make the game shine.

Ticket to Ride: The popular board game’s mobile edition is included with the bundle, along with the 1910 DLC that adds new destinations and new game variants to help make the game more fun! This release as part of the bundle comes right after the game’s recent update.

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The Bard’s Tale: This modern revamping of the classic game series by the same name is available for those who pay higher than the average (currently above $6.70 – the inclusion of desktop versions of the game helps drive the value up). Read our review.


Worms Reloaded: This mobile version of Worms 2: Armageddon is available for those pay above the average. It’s Worms, meaning fun and funny artillery-style action with invertebrates.

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As well, several more titles will make an appearance next week as part of the bundle for those who pay above the average.

Ticket to Ride Makes a Stop on Android

Ticket to Ride Makes a Stop on Android

Jun 5, 2013

Ticket to Ride‘s next stop? Android! All aboard!

Yes, I went with a train pun. Deal with it.

But seriously, as of today, the popular Ticket to Ride board game from Days of Wonder is now available on Google Play for Android tablets for $6.99. A minimum resolution of 1024×600 is necessary, though 1280×800 resolution is recommended. The Nexus 7 and 10 come particularly recommended to play the game.

Online play is available, and it supports cross-platform play with the PC/Mac, iPad, and online versions of the game. Those preferring a more solitary experience can take on one of four AI personalities with their own play styles to go up against.

The Android version won’t come lacking for content: all the digital maps and variants, including Asia, Europe, Switzerland, and USA 1910, are available as in-app purchases as well. New to the game? Conductor’s Notes in-game can provide helpful rules references and tips to make sense of the game. [Ticket to Ride is available now[(https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.daysofwonder.tt.android).