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Compete with your friends to build monorail lines.
Take turns piecing together a monorail line. Each player holds a secret hand of routes they need to complete to win. A light tile placement game for fans of Ticket to Ride and Tsuro. Gameplay appropriate for ages 5 and up.

Included in this package:
- 4 Station Tiles
- 9 Route Cards
- 44 Track Tiles
- 3 Instruction Reference Cards
- 9 Construction Cards for the Advanced Game

        - Board
            - Place a 5x5 or 6x6 grid of track tiles face-down.
            - Place the four station cards at the corners of the grid.
        - Players
            - 2 players
                - Each player draws three route cards into their hand and discards one face-down.
            - 3 players
                - Each player draws two route cards into their hand.
            - Players draw one track tile into their hand.
            - Players Roshambo for first turn and play continues clockwise.
    On Your Turn:
        - Take a face-down tile from the grid.
        - Play a face-up tile from your hand onto the empty space.
        - If you made a route shown on your route card, then flip that route card face-up and score one point.
        - If all tiles are face-up, whoever has the most points wins.
        Ties are broken by longest route.

Making Routes:
You have a super-fast bullet train that cannot make sharp turns or go in reverse. If you can trace a line from one station on your route card to the next without breaking those rules, then you have successfully made a route.

Rule Changes for Advanced Game:
    - A successful route is worth 2 points
    - On Your Turn:
        - You can instead play a Construction Card on a Track Tile:
            - Hub is a universal Track Tile
            - Workers is a 4 way blocker
            - Bulldozer lets you shift a row or column by one. (Discard after use)
            - Rotate lets you rotate one face-up Track Tile. (Discard after use)
            - Playing a Construction Card costs 1 point.




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Average Rating 1 reviews
Publish Date March 12, 2015
Edition First
Department Board Games
Genre Abstract
Theme Transportation
Audience Family
Primary Mechanic Map Building
If You Like Ticket to Ride
More Info monorail web site

Why buy this?

  • Lightweight and easy to learn
  • Portable
  • Fast set up


  • This game does not come in a box.


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Own It Played It Fun Priced Well High Replay Value Well Written Rules Nice Artwork


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