A semi-cooperative train game for two players. Five to ten minutes and only 18 cards!
Objective: In The Overland Route two players cooperatively work to build the transcontinental railroad from Council Bluffs, Iowa to Sacramento, California. Once the route is complete players will score points based on how many of the track segments they built, plus bonus points if the track goes through a mid-point station that they own.
The Overland Route will see you building railroads over plains, through mountains, and across deserts, eventually connecting the east to the west.
History: The Overland Route is a name that was given to the First Transcontinental Railroad that connected Council Bluffs, Iowa with Sacramento, California. It was completed on May 10, 1869 with the installation of the last railroad spike, or Golden Spike, at Promontory Summit, Utah Territory. Ogden, Utah was originally intended to be the midpoint terminus of both the east and west portions of track, but an agreement in April, 1869 resulted in the Union Pacific Railroad Company completing the track between Ogden and Promontory instead of the Central Pacific Railroad Company (who was still busy completing the track from Sacramento to Promontory).
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|Publish Date||January 03, 2020|
|More Info||The Overland Route web site|