On Tour Board Game

4.2
139 reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

App implementation of the popular board game.

You're living the dream. You're in a band and they’re about to go on tour. It's your job to schedule the band's stops over your 100-day tour, visiting as many states as possible.

Each turn in On Tour, two ten-sided dice are rolled to make two two-digit numbers. For example, a roll of 3 and 7 creates the numbers 37 and 73. All players write each of those numbers in a state on their map. The regions they can write in are restricted by three cards turned up in the middle of the table.

At the end of the game, each player draws a route on their map, starting with a low number and visiting adjacent states with higher and higher numbers. Players get a point for every state they visit.

There are also some bonus points available, a way to get wilds, and a variable set-up step that makes every game different.

Solo play only. Compete to beat your previous high scores.
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May 21, 2020

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4.2
139 reviews
Emilio Collavino
June 4, 2022
Nice puzzle game. Very random and with very little possibility of mitigating bad rolls. App lacks appeal and feels Early Access. There's no music (it's a game about a music band on tour!!), no sfx, no dice rolling animations, tutorial is almost useless, map colors are not very easy to read and it all just feels "not ready". Absolutely not worth the price they ask for... but I got it for free so 🤷🏻‍♂️
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A Google user
February 1, 2020
This is an amusing little game that pleasantly combines luck and strategy. It's pretty, the rules are fairly simple and it plays quickly. I've never played the board game version, so I don't know how it compares, but for a dollar or 2, this is worth it, if you like puzzle games with an element of randomness. I think $4 is too much for what's offered here, especially as there's a very basic tutorial (I missed at least one rule I discovered during play) and no multi player functionality.
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Mike Mudrow
November 22, 2020
This is a fine enough version of the board game. I'm glad that it calculates the optimal path for you at the end of the game. It needs just a few fixes to be better in my view. 1) The tutorial is not clear at all and needs to be rewritten if this is supposed to teach people the game. 2) I would like a blank canvas map so I can use the app in place of a game board when playing with a physical copy. Otherwise, this app is awesome.
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