Tsuro - The Game of the Path

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About this game

"Utterly fantastic... I cannot recommend Tsuro enough. An absolute must buy for sure." - App Addict
"Tsuro is the perfect relaxing game... I can’t recommend it highly enough." - App Unwrapper
"One of the prettiest apps you'll ever see... as close as you can get to opening up a box and playing the cardboard version." - Board Game Geek

Create your own journey with Tsuro: The Game of the Path. Place a tile and slide your stone along the path created, but take care! Other players’ paths can lead you in the wrong direction - or off the board entirely! Paths will cross and connect, and the choices you make affect all the journeys across the board.

The intricate artwork of the original board game is brought to life with fluid animation and sparkling pyrotechnics. Every component has been recreated in meticulous detail, including the box!

Intuitive controls deliver a board game experience so real you could almost touch it.

Classic Tsuro, plus 3 new ways to play, exclusive to the digital version: Solo, Loop Battle and Longest Path.

Tsuro is easy enough for anyone to pick up... but it requires cunning and strategy to become a master.

Tsuro supports up to 8 players, around one device or online. Play against your Facebook friends, or go solo to see who can build the longest path.

Choose from 3 AI personalities to challenge your strategic skill.

Over 50 achievements put your path-building skills to the ultimate test.
Updated on
Apr 19, 2021

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Personal info and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

2.4K reviews
Robert Ahrens
October 20, 2020
Fun tile laying game where you seek to run your opponents off the board. Play against AI or remote opponents on the interweb. Loses a star for failing to support local multiplayer right there on the living room couch, but otherwise good. Some aspects of the UI are counter intuitive and the app is very hit or miss about connecting to record game stats. Doesn't matter too much as the core gameplay is solid and frustration free.
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A Google user
February 27, 2020
Tsuro is one of our favorite 15-20min board games. I was glad to see a quality digital version had been produced. Game play is excellent and graphics are stunning for what it is. Absolutely love your traveled path stays highlighted. It's amazing to see how some games we never cross paths while others it seems like it's non-stop. NOTE: for the developer. If anything is to be added I would love to see the option to have a top down view which allows you to take a screen shot at the end of the game.
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A Google user
June 7, 2019
I have some issues. First no way that I can see to play against an AI. Secondly it you can't see all of the left tile because it goes off screen and the right tile is quite often covered by the direction info. Third item is there is no way to clearly see two of the corners. It would be nice to be able to turn the board.
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Thunderbox Entertainment Ltd.
June 7, 2019
Hi, Tim. To play vs. AI just drop a second stone (or more) onto the personality squares beneath the board. The cropping should be fixed in the latest update... drop us a line if it still isn't working for you. There is more info on the FAQ page here: http://thunderboxentertainment.com/tsurofaq/

What's new

Nothing major - online improvements, better push messaging and bug fixes.