Number of Players: 1-4
Playing Time: 15-30 Minutes
Recommended Ages: 8+
From the creators of the critically acclaimed Railroad Ink, a whole new competitive experience!
Railroad Ink Challenge™ is a quick playing roll and write game for 1 to 4 players. Grab a board and a dry-erase marker and get ready to reach networking nirvana!
Railroad Ink Challenge™ has everything you love from the original Railroad Ink games and a lot more, with an all-new focus on player interaction. Roll the dice and draw the routes to connect the exits around your board. Expand your network with railways, highways, and stations to collect points, but you will be penalised for any open connections, so plan carefully!
Roll the special Forest dice to create placid forest landscapes, or use the Trail dice to weave scenic mountain paths and build a beautiful arboreal paradise, with the Lush Green Edition!
Those who achieve them faster get greater rewards… keep an eye on what your opponents are doing and try to complete the goals before they do! Also, a different set of goals will be available each time: no game will be the same!
Draw unprecedented, mind-bending route configurations thanks to the new dice! Stations with three connections, double curves, dead ends… these new faces will change the way you play the game!
Connect special structures to your network to trigger new effects: duplicate a die, gain bonus points, and unlock extra special routes… use these effects wisely and you’ll score big!
Build lush forests and make them seamlessly interweave with your regular networks to create beautiful scenic routes in a natural paradise. Your goal is to build the biggest Forest you can, to score bonus points. At the end of the game, choose up to 2 different Forests on your board. You gain 2 points for each space occupied by the first Forest you choose, and 1 point for each space occupied by the second Forest you choose, if any.
Build panoramic trails and turn your board into a hiker’s dream! Your goal is to connect Stations to each other through a parallel network of Trails, to score bonus points. Trails travel through the corners of your spaces, not through their sides, and they auto-connect to Stations when they enter a corner of a space containing one. At the end of the game, each set of Stations connected to each other via the same network of Trails is worth an amount of points determined by the number of Stations connected together, scoring half of the Network Values shown on your Board.