Game Of Trains board game by Brain Games Publishing

ABOUT THE GAME

Game of Trains is a family card game where each player is in charge of his line of railcars. The cards have super abilities that bring fun, thrill and surprises to the game. Who will be the first to get the railcars in order?

 

While changing your railcars in ascending order, you have to be observant for what your opponent's moves are and smart to use cards' abilities to help your train or to stop your opponents from winning. 

 

Choo-choo, let's get going!

HOW TO PLAY

Each player has a train in front of them that consists of a locomotive and 7 railcars that are arranged in descending, numerical order. The aim of the gaime is to arrange your train railcars in ascending, numerical order.

 

During their turn, players can take a new railcar card to replace one of their existing railcars. 

Game Of Trains board game by Brain Games Publishing

Players can also use different card’s abilities to change the order of their railcars, protect one of the cards or even remove them from other players’ trains.

Game Of Trains board game by Brain Games Publishing
Game Of Trains board game by Brain Games Publishing

The first player to have a train with railcars arranged in ascending, numerical order is the winner!

Game Of Trains board game by Brain Games Publishing

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INSIDE THE BOX

Game Of Trains board game by Brain Games Publishing
  • 88 cards: 4 powerful locomotives, 84 stunning railcars;

  • Rules.

Game Of Trains board game by Brain Games Publishing

CHECK OUT WHAT PEOPLE SAY

BoardGameGeek Average Raiting: 6.48/10

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Our eldest grandson was delighted to receive this as a birthday present. He is thrilled to be able to play with family and friends."

 

By Colin G on Amazon.co.uk

It’s thinky, but fast. It might seem like a multiplayer solitaire at first, but the special actions add a nice tension between the players. A very solid filler to play at lunch or during the game night between heavier games."

 

By Aigars Grēniņš on BoardGameGeek.com