The Expected: Like any roll and write, a game that makes you think on your feet.
The Excessive: Component sizes that seem great, until they aren’t. Drawing big ideas on small squares in dry erase is hard for the best of us.
The Exceptional: Just in case you think it’s possible to grow tired of Railroad Ink, there are 2 Editions available at release, each with a slightly different look and varying advanced play options.
Railroad Ink visualizes the typical information collection system in other roll and writes in a fun, engaging way, while maintaining the air of a light, accessible game that packs a punch.
Similar Games: Karuba, Let’s Make a Bus Route, Azul
Recommended Player Count: 3
Featured Game Mechanic: Roll and Write