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Humble Bundle with Android 7 includes six games (for now) and their soundtracks, available on PC, Mac, Linux and Android: Incredipede, Anodyne, Greed Corp, Ticket to Ride plus USA 1910 DLC, Worms Reloaded and The Bard's Tale. The first four titles are available for whatever price you want, while...

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Rail baron board game Ticket to Ride is ready to pick up players on Android tablets. Along with the standard solo passenger play, Android users can also compete against players who own versions on Steam, Mac, iPad or are playing through publisher Days of Wonder's online portal. Beyond the standa...

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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 35 new destinations. The three new modes include: 1910 Classic, w...

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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 iPhones, iPod Touch and iPads in local mode across Bluetooth, ...

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Did you know that you can download handheld games now? That's amazingly convenient! The only inconvenient part of it is finding the right games to buy -- and that's where we come in, with our Portabliss column. In each installment, we'll tell you about a downloadable game on the iPhone, iPad, Andro...

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Days of Wonder's Ticket to Ride is one of the most acclaimed board game titles around, and the iPad version has done very well on the platform so far, bringing the "collect cards to build railroad routes" action of the board game to Apple's tablet. But the game didn't arrive on the iPhone until...

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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 upfront about what's missing from the iPhone version: online ...

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The emergence of digital distribution has been a wonderful thing for the tabletop gaming crowd. You can play Catan on your Xbox; Risk on your PC or iOS device. Now, Ticket to Ride is available on the iPad. In Ticket to Ride, players pull colored train cards, hoping to complete any number of desig...

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Joystiq One-Step Style Guide: How to Feign Excitement Step 1: Establish a reliance on excessive exclamation marks Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade service will feature two new titles this Wednesday!! Those with a clam-oring for aquatic morsels should note the appearance of Feeding Frenzy 2: Shipwreck ...

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Without an explanation for missing its Wednesday debut, Ticket to Ride Europe just arrived on XBLA to pick up customers for the weekend. The expansion to the digitized European board game costs 600 MS points ($7.50), which is far cheaper than the $30+ set in real life. We haven't downloaded the E...

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Board game aficionados may have noticed that the Ticket to Ride: Europe DLC that was promised last week is nowhere to be seen. As the name implies, the Europe DLC allows would-be railway commissioners to lay tracks across Europe (though we see that Ireland is left out of the fun) and also adds a p...

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XBLA's excellent Ticket to Ride is ready to cross the Atlantic to receive the Europe expansion board next Wednesday. According to developer Playful Entertainment, the new continent will cost 600 MS points ($7.50) and add new gameplay elements like ferries, tunnels and train stations. In the retail...

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Stock up on coal and keep the train engine warm, because next Wednesday, July 30th Xbox Live Arcade board game Ticket to Ride will be hauling in a new expansion. The upcoming European expansion board DLC will give players a new board to choo-choo on and add new game elements to the mix including fer...

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Alan R. Moon's Ticket to Ride has only been out for four years, but it has picked up several prestigious board gaming awards, and is quickly becoming a popular "haul it out of the closet and get yer game on" addition to game night. Last week, the Xbox Live Arcade version was released, joining Cata...

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This week, XBLA in Brief takes on Happy Tree Friends and Ticket to Ride. One of them is a pretty good board game about building railroads. The other one is a weird game that doesn't really seem to take advantage of the cartoon upon which it's based. We'll let you figure out which one is which. [i...

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Hey kids! It's Xbox Live Arcade Wednesday and that can only mean one thing. That's right, it's time for some new XBLA games. Huzzah! This week's releases are Happy Tree Friends False Alarm and Ticket to Ride. False Alarm has you guiding your favorite furry friends through various hazards, doing yo...

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Yeah we know the post title is a bit needlesssly grim. Let's face it, we're going to still be getting some information about releases from the ESRB. And hopefully some publishers simply won't much care about putting their games up there early. Others like Playful Entertainment, publishers of Ticke...

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