|Players:||1 - 6 players|
|Time:||20 - 30 minutes|
New lands have opened up and the race is on to create the best network of rail and road lines through it. In Railroad Ink, players roll the Route dice and must then draw the subsequent results on their individual Route boards. Players score points for having long interconnected Routes, as well as connecting the entry points to their board, plus having Routes through the center of their boards. But beware, they’ll lose points for leaving unfinished lines. In the Deep Blue Edition, the Lake and River dice add in some cool, refreshing waterways to the maps. But in the Blazing Red Edition, Meteors fall from the sky and Volcanoes erupt from underground. It’s a challenge to keep their roads and rails from getting destroyed, and having to repair them when they are. Or, players can combine the two for epic, 12-player games!
Railroad Ink (no matter what version) is a very chill experience and very enjoyable for those of us who love spatial puzzles. Roll some dice, draw the results of the dice on your board in a way that best connects railways and highways. By far this ismy most played game, ever.
Railroad Ink is a great little unique game! I find it super relaxing to just sit down and draw cute railways and waterways and then to see how everyone else approached it. I appreciate that it is a quick and easy game (great filler game), an affordable price and allows for a decent amount of players. I'm very pleased to have added this to my collection.