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‘Ticket to Ride’ Arrives on Arcade1Up Infinity Game Table on December 15th

An Infinity Game Table with 'Ticket to Ride' on the screen
Josh Hendrickson

Arcade1Up’s Infinity Game Table keeps improving all the time, thanks to recent additions like Pandemic and Clue. And as promised during the table’s Kickstarter, Arcade1Up is ready to release another big board game addition. Ticket to Ride will arrive on December 15th at $9.99 for a limited time.

Anyone familiar with board games is bound to know Ticket to Ride. The Alan R. Moon designed game pits players against each other to complete train crossings from one city to another. Along the way, (literally!) players can block paths, link multiple cities, and score extra points for specific achievements like longest railroad.

Over the years, Ticket to Ride has taken on many maps, moving from its original United States-based map to Europe, the U.K., and elsewhere. Now it arrives in digital form on the Infinity Game Table, and we have good news for you. The introductory $9.99 price doesn’t just include the original United States map. It also comes with Europe, 1910 Big Cities, Pennsylvania, and the U.K. map. And more maps will arrive later as optional in-app purchases.

To install Ticket to Ride, simply press the game’s icon in the “Store” section of your Infinity Game Table home screen. Keep in mind the game may not immediately appear in the app store if you’ve left your Infinity Game Table unplugged for a while.

Keep an eye out for our hands-on coverage coming later this week.

Arcade1Up Infinity Game Table

The excellent Arcade1Up Infinity Game Table comes with tons of multi-player board games. It even supports house rules for titles like ‘Monopoly.’ Grab it at Best Buy for $700.

Josh Hendrickson Josh Hendrickson
Josh Hendrickson is the Editor in Chief of Review Geek and is responsible for the site's content direction. He has worked in IT for nearly a decade, including four years spent repairing and servicing computers for Microsoft. He’s also a smart home enthusiast who built his own smart mirror with just a frame, some electronics, a Raspberry Pi, and open-source code. Read Full Bio »