Ticket to Ride - Beginner's Guide
So start a new game against a CPU character.
You first need to choose some train tickets, you can take all three that are given or just only choose two tickets.
Each ticket with give you two stations you need to join by building the train track.
After you have chosen your tickets, you need to collect the correct number of cards to build a section of track. You can choose two cards from the five on offer or press the blue section below for two randoms.
A coloured section obviously you need to collect the same coloured cards but the clear (don't confuse with white) sections of the track you can use any colour. From the cards on offer I went for two red cards.
You carry on picking your cards & building sections of track to join your stations together.
A special card you can choose is the 'Rainbow' coloured card this card can basically be any colour you want but bear in mind if you select this from the five cards on offer you will not get to select a 2nd card. If you get this card via the random pack then you can choose a second card.
By collecting the cards I have managed to complete the two tickets I selected at the start of the game.
The CPU player obviously has not tried to block me completing my track but you can use blocking tactics to stop the other player so they have to then build an alternative longer route to join their stations.
Once you have completed the tickets you selected at the beginning of the game, press your tickets at the bottom right corner & press the + button to select some new tickets.
Bear in mind that next to my number 18 in the top left corner there is a smaller number 29 this is how many train carriages you have left to build. So do not choose a new ticket if you do not have enough carriages left to complete that ticket.
If you have any further questions post in the comments section below & I'll answer.
I would suggest you play against the CPU a few games to get comfortable with how to play the game then load up a multi-player game & send me an invite.
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