"In #Ticket To Ride: Track Switcher, players will use cognitive skills like logic, spatial reasoning and sequencing to direct locomotives and shift trains into their correct positions."
After releasing 20+ maps, the Ticket To Ride franchise is foraying into a completely new single-player reasoning and logic format. Arcane Wonders dropped a teaser trailer and lots of details.
One of the greatest things seems to be how on theme it is. Instead of doing all the routes, it is time to manage just one particular station and make sure you are getting all the trains in and out.
Take a look and comment if this is (1) something you would play, (2) reminds you of something else or (3) think this is a mistake.
Welcome to the 1900, the Age of the Locomotive! Railways connect every major city in the country, allowing people to travel considerable distances in just a few days. Trains are more popular than ever before and the railyard continuously bustles with activity as engineers and yard workers scramble to move cars onto their departure tracks. As a Railyard Manager, you have an essential role to play.
Find out about Ticket to Ride: Track Switcher, the first brain teaser puzzle game featuring Ticket to Ride.
In Ticket to Ride: Track Switcher, players will use cognitive skills like logic, spatial reasoning and sequencing to direct locomotives and shift trains into their correct positions. Players will direct locomotives and shift trains into their correct position based on the puzzle card to ensure every train will leave on schedule. Players will need to be precise: unnecessary moves will make them lose precious time!
Ticket to Ride: Track Switcher is a standalone game designed for a single player. It includes 1 game board with a tray, 40 puzzle cards, 5 wagons, 2 Locomotives, 2 Broken Tracks and 1 rulebook. The game is expected to be available in October worldwide at a suggested retail price of 24,99€/$25.00. Ticket to Ride: Track Switcher will be available in the following languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Polish, Lithuanian, Estonian, Latvian.