The Mass Transit Board Game master page. A complete guide. Review, how to play, editorial, useful links, similar games, FAQ, interesting facts and so much more. Mass Transit is a cooperative transportation card game that has you juggling building routes and getting passengers home.
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- Game Info
- Photo Gallery
- How To Play
- Similar Games
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MASS TRANSIT GAME INFO
|PLAYERS:||1 – 6 Players|
|DURATION:||15 – 20 Minutes|
|GENRE:||Cooperative / Hand Management|
|DESIGNER:||Chris Leder, Kevin Rodgers|
|ARTIST:||Andrew Hepworth, Mark Quire|
MASS TRANSIT PHOTO GALLERY
MASS TRANSIT OVERVIEW
It’s quittin’ time in the Big City, and rush hour is about to begin! Work together to build transit routes and run vehicles out to the Suburbs. If your team works like a well-oiled machine in getting everyone home, you will ALL succeed at Mass Transit™!
In Mass Transit™, players cooperate to build routes and get six Commuters from the Big City to their homes in the Suburbs. You can play cards in two ways:
- To build roads, canals, and rails, or
- To move the buses, ferries, and trains from station to station.
Players must work skillfully together, but the twist is that communication is limited: players cannot tell each other what cards they have in their hands or share their strategies, so planning moves is tricky!
– from publisher
MASS TRANSIT REVIEW
7 out of 10
Mass Transit is a great cooperative card game that crams a ton of gameplay into a small box and delivers a light experience that is unlike anything else. Working together players are trying to build transportation routes, as well as, move commuters along them. The balance of these two, as a team, where you can’t communicate plans is a very interesting and strategic experience. Only recently have lighter co-op games really been popping up and this is another great example.
MASS TRANSIT HOW TO PLAY
Taking turns, players work as a team, playing cards to build a map of transit routes and move commuter pawns from the big city to their homes in the suburbs. Players collectively win the game by successfully delivering all six commuter paws to their homes.
MASS TRANSIT SIMILAR GAMES
We thought about everything from gameplay to theme, intensity level to overall motivations, the quality and more to determine what are the five most similar board games to Mass Transit. The quick recap of the list is below with the link to the descriptions and full article below it.
- Switch & Signal
- The Game Quick & Easy
- The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine
MASS TRANSIT INTERESTING FACTS
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MASS TRANSIT USEFUL LINKS
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MASS TRANSIT FAQ
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