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The "T" shapes are wonderful but the rest of the game leaves me cold. I'd much rather have paper than the clumsy dry erase boards and Avenue showed me that cards can do roll and write better than dice. Railroad Ink isn't bad, it's just not good.
Rating goes for both the blue and red edition. This is probably my dads favorite game, after Azul. Lovely puzzle, feels nice to draw on the small playermats. The game can practically make you feel quite zen in the first rounds, and absolutely screaming for a piece you need, in the last rounds. Easy scoring as well. Great game.
Played this once and loved the creativity it involves. Also like that there really is no limit to the number of players. Makes want to play this with my son once he grows up a bit (currently 7 months old)
Game play is fun. I feel like my creative side comes out a bit since I have to draw and figure out where to place things. But the hard part is trying to not cheat, especially near the end of the game. I keep thinking, "if only I drew the one from the last round here..". But I guess in the end you only minus a few points if your road goes no where..