10 Days in Europe S$49.90
Designer: Grafik Studio Kruger, Alan R. Moon & Aaron Weissblum
Artist: Grafik Studio Kruger, John Kovalic & Cathleen Quinn-Kinney
Publisher: Out of the Box Publishing
Number of players: 2 - 4
Official Recommended Age: 10 years and above
Users' Recommended Age: 8 years and above
Playing Time: 30 minutes
"There is much to be discovered in Europe! Many roads lead to success in this exciting travel game - you just have to find the right one. Exchange your cards cleverly and find your way through Europe quickly to win 10 Days in Europe. Ten cards must show continuous travel either by land, sea or air."
The two videos below are on 10 Days in Americas - all the games in the 10 Days series are played more or less the same way - but just with a different map. There are five in the 10 Days series and they are 10 Days in USA, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas.
BGG Neil Thomson:" 10 Days in Europe is a classic example of a game that delivers more than meets the eye. It is certainly a lot of fun and it has that addictive quality that sees people want to play 3-5 games in a row. Combine the asking price with the re-playability of the game and any game in the series is going to provide good value for money.
10 Days in Europe takes an important step forward for the series, offering new considerations not seen in Africa and the USA editions. The play feels more open and the players feel like they have more options at their disposal. This combines to make 10 Days in Europe a fresh new take on the series
For this reason I would heartily recommend Europe as the best of the first 3 games in the series and I'd only look to Africa or the USA editions if I had an educational need for the geography of a particular Continent or a patriotic desire to own them.
Full review here: "10 Days in Europe - A Detailed Review"
Comments & Reviews for 10 Days in Europe:
BGG Rich Poupard in Review:"10 Days in Europe: a Dad's Review"
BGG Tom Vasel in Review:"[Review] 10 Days in Europe"
BGG Matthew Woods:"Great fast game play. Good for learning geography. Game was missing pieces when purchased, but company was quick to respond and remedy the situation. Our favorite of the four versions."
BGG David Karasick:"Unique format where you need to collect ten tile-like cards in a row with continuous travel between countries by land, sea, or air."
BGG Doug Smith:"My wife and I love this game. You can play pretty quickly and it's not an overly taxing game, but at the same time, it's fun and challenging."
BGG Phillip Schwarzmann:"Quick & great fun...often very agonizing! You can finish a game in 10 minutes. Extremely girlfriend/wife friendly. Rating of 9 is with 2-players, 3-players is still good but 4-players would be chaotic. Don't need to know any German to play, but geography skills might help a bit. My only beef is that the color on the cards don't always match the color on the board!! A must have IMO."
BGG Bernard Donohue:"I was surprised by how much I liked this game. Simple mechanism, but the constraints of the rules can make some nailbiting moments as you wait for your turn to draw, hoping the guy before you doesn't take the tile you need (or cover it). This game can be taught in 5 minutes."