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    Genre
    Adventure, Strategy, Turn based, Family games, Travel games, Geography
    Age rating
    8 years
    Number of players
    2 - 5 players
    Type
    Rule language
    Swedish, English, Norwegian, Danish, German, French, Italian, Dutch
    Travel version
    No

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    Age rating
    8 years
    Expansion
    No
    Genre
    Adventure, Strategy, Turn based, Family games, Travel games, Geography
    Number of players
    2 - 5 players
    Playing time
    30 - 60 min
    Rule language
    Swedish, English, Norwegian, Danish, German, French, Italian, Dutch
    Travel version
    No
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    4.3 of 5 stars

    Based on 11 reviews

    sandos
    2016-11-23
    A very fun game, where the strategy seems to be more important than tactics! Make a plan in advance. The first few times you play, it feels a bit random winner. And it is clear that it depends a lot on what cards you get :) Nordic Countries the expansion is highly recommended for 2-3 players! Although Switzerland is good for two players, which is listed in the "Native American" expansion.
    Klasnystrom
    2016-04-21
    Much appreciated game among friends and family. I recommend buying the exp in 1912 to bring more destinations for longer distances one else can figure out quite quickly after a couple of rounds. Besides a fun game!
    mrgorgo
    2014-09-21
    a must in the parlor shelf
    Franzaine
    2014-06-13
    Awesome game that anyone can join and play. Located slightly between casual and hardcore, so that everyone may think it's fun.
    storerik-
    2013-09-23
    Reminds me a little of the feeling of risk. Not so much interaction between players, pretty much luck involved, quite a bit of "lore" and gameplay - (why is there a tunnel between Sweden and Russia for example?, And what the little symbols on the trains?). Overall, the game does not end up on my rating, but ports during games settlers of catan, carcassonne or betrayal on house on the hill. The game is certainly appropriate for families with children though!
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