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For the board game the game is based on, see Ticket to Ride (board game). Ticket to Ride Developer(s) Next Level Games[1] Publisher(s) Playful Entertainment, Inc. Platform(s) Xbox 360 (XBLA) Release date(s) June 25, 2008[2] Genre(s) Turn-based strategy Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer (Xbox Live, same machine) Rating(s) ESRB: E Media Download Ticket to Ride is the Xbox Live Arcade version of Alan R. Moon's German-style board game of the same name, developed by Next Level Games and published by Playful Entertainment, Inc. The title was released on June 25, 2008 for 800 Microsoft Points.[2] Contents 1 Gameplay 1.1 Multiplayer 2 Downloadable content 3 Reception 4 See also 5 References 6 External links // Gameplay Gameplay screenshot. Gameplay is identical to the board game: there are two types of cards, colored train cars representing a type of cargo (e.g. black represents coal cars), and destination cards which feature two city destinations (e.g. Chicago to Miami). Each player is dealt three destination cards, and must choose at least two of them. They are also dealt six train cards. Players may draw train cards, a new destination card, or claim a colored route on their turn. To claim a route, a player must pay with a combination of same-colored cards including locomotives which serve as wild cards. Once a route is claimed, no other player may claim it; some routes feature double routes which allow up to two players to claim it. The players earn points for each successful route, and the points listed on the destination card when claimed. If a player decides to pick a new destination card, he draws three cards and may choose any of the cards; however, the player must pick at least one destination. The game ends when at least one of the players has expended their trains. Players are given bonuses for completed destinations, and penalized for unrealized destinations. The player with the longest contiguous route earns an additional bonus. Multiplayer Ticket to Ride supports play with up to five people on Xbox Live or four people on the same console, and supports the Xbox Live Vision cam.[3] Downloadable content On August 1, 2008, the Europe map was released for download for 600 Microsoft points.[4] The Europe map includes two new types of route in addition to a new map: 'Ferry' routes, which require 'Locomotive' cards to be played when claiming them, and 'Tunnel' routes, which add an element of risk and chance to the game. The 1910 USA map was released on September 17, 2008.[5] It added 35 new destination tickets, the Globetrotter bonus card (for completing the most routes), and a large map. The expansion costs 400 MSP ($5 USD). Reception Please help improve this article by expanding it. Further information might be found on the talk page. (July 2008)  Reception Aggregate scores Aggregator Score GameRankings 69%[6] Metacritic 68%[7] Review scores Publication Score Eurogamer 7/10 IGN 6.5/10 Official Xbox Magazine 7/10 TeamXbox 7.9/10 See also Catan Carcassonne (video game) Lost Cities (video game) References ^ XBLAH!: OFLC Watch - Ticket To Ride, Crazy Mouse, and Darwinia+ rated ^ a b Happy Tree Friends False Alarm and Ticket to Ride - This Week - XBLA, Gamerscore Blog ^ Gamerscore Blog, March 12, 2008 ^ Larry Hryb (2008-08-01). "DLC: Ticket to Ride Europe". Microsoft. http://majornelson.com/archive/2008/08/01/dlc-ticket-to-ride-europe.aspx. Retrieved 2008-07-01.  ^ "Domino Master, Feeding Frenzy 2 and Content for Ticket to Ride Coming to XBLA on Wednesday!". Gamerscore Blog. 2008-09-15. http://gamerscoreblog.com/team/archive/2008/09/15/561095.aspx.  ^ Ticket to Ride - X360 - Gamerankings ^ Ticket to Ride (xbox360: 2008): Reviews - Metacritic External links Official Ticket to Ride Xbox.com game page