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Subject: Any difference in the American versions? (2005 vs 2012) rss

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Andrew Leonard
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Pretty straightforward question but I had no luck finding an answer so far. Just curious if there's any reason to grab 2012 over maybe a used version of 2005.

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Jeremy Heisey
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There are no differences in the versions section. Contents not noted as being different. 2005 and 2012 version actually use identical cover images in version info. Unless someone knows otherwise, they seem the same.
 
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Andrew Leonard
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Ah ok, I see that now. Thanks! I haven't figured out how to decipher all the info BGG provides yet
 
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Mark Waenink
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I have heard that recent editions have normal card sizes - instead of hobbit cards.
 
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Chris Broggi
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Ticket to Ride Europe never had hobbit sized cards. That is only in the base USA game.
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stephen klump
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Also, just in case you are currently stuck with those sad mini wagon cards, the TTR 1910 expansion for the USA map includes regular-size wagon cards.
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The only difference I ever saw was that in the first printing there were only 80 score spaces around the edge of the board (to commemmorate Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne). I think that the original printing also did not have symbols on cards and train spots on the board making it harder for colorblind people to play. Both changes have made the game easire to play.
 
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Dan Blum
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esok wrote:
The only difference I ever saw was that in the first printing there were only 80 score spaces around the edge of the board (to commemmorate Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne). I think that the original printing also did not have symbols on cards and train spots on the board making it harder for colorblind people to play. Both changes have made the game easire to play.


That was true of Ticket to Ride but not Ticket to Ride: Europe, which is what the OP was asking about.
 
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