Hello, and welcome to the Ticket to Ride review. My name is Chris, and I'll be your reviewer today. If you're ready to begin, scroll on down.
Ticket to Ride Online is based off the titular board game. You must collect train cards of specific colors to claim routes so that your destination cards can be fulfilled. Each destination card is worth a specific amount of points, and if you have any left at the end of the game, you will lose their worth.
|Most of my destination cards were complete on drawing them|
I have a few issues I found with the Ticket to Ride Linux client. First, it has very long load time. For what it's worth, I did have Firefox open as well, so it may have been partly to blame. Second, the game crashed a few times. This is most likely due to OpenJDK, as it was random and I could not replicate it.
Overall, Ticket to Ride Online is a fun game, and if you can't afford the physical version (like me) or prefer to play online, I recommend picking it up. Overall I give this game a buttered toast rating. While it is fun, the music gets annoying after a few games, as well as the long load time.
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