Ticket to Ride The Card Game actually succeeds at taking the original gameplay and crafting an unique but similar gameplay experience that while fun doesn’t quite live up to the original game.
King’s Breakfast might not quite live up to some of Alan Moon’s other games, but it is a fun little card game that the whole family can enjoy.
Ticket to Ride First Journey is a great game for families with younger children, but it doesn’t reach the levels of the original game due to the reliance on luck.
While not quite as good as Ticket to Ride, Airlines Europe is another fantastic game made by Alan Moon that shows that a game doesn’t have to be complex to be satisfying.
While not quite as good as the original Ticket to Ride, Ticket to Ride Marklin is still a fantastic game.
While it never reaches the level of Ticket to Ride, Elfenland has some good ideas for a light to moderate strategy game.
Alan Moon (creator of Ticket to Ride) along with Aaron Weissblum created a series of travel games called 10 Days. While not as good as the Ticket to Ride series, I enjoyed playing the USA version of the game. After playing the Africa version I have to say it is not as good as the USA version but it is still enjoyable and may teach you a little about Africa.
10 Days in the USA is a game in 10 Days series of games co-created by Alan Moon who is most famous for being the creator of the superb game Ticket to Ride. Not surprisingly I had high expectations for 10 Days in the USA. While it is not on par with Ticket to Ride, 10 Days in the USA is still a very solid game.