Trains and locomotives are a popular theme for boardgames. There are train games which simulate building railroad empires during the early days of locomotion, like the 18xx series, Empire Builder
series, and Age of
Steam. There are also train games which use the transcontinental nature of railroading for their boards, like the popular best selling Ticket to Ride series.
No matter what kind of train game you're looking for Funagain has it.
Discover a modern European classic. Celebrate one of the world's most vital and enduring passions: railroads. Use your initial investment to build track. Then pick up commodities where they are grown, mined, or manufactured and deliver them to a...
Now rail fans can experience the thrills of owning, building and operating railroads in the land of India! India Rails is the latest in a series of train games using the Empire Builder system. Using a specially coated board, playeres use crayons to...
Steam: Map Expansion #5
In our continuing drive to let you steam around the world, Steam: Map Expansion #5 contains a map of India, a player aid card, and one additional map!
The Last Spike
In The Last Spike, players must cooperate to build a continuous railway from St. Louis to Sacramento. Different routes are possible and some towns never get a railway link.
Ticket to Ride: United Kingdom & Pennsylvania
Map Collection Volume 5
Place the first rails of the glorious train adventure that initially started in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in the 19th Century. Learn to master the power of steam to build trains that go faster and farther...
Colt Express: Horses & Stagecoach
Colt Express: Horses & Stagecoach, the first expansion for the 2015 Spiel des Jahres winner Colt Express, introduces a 3D stagecoach that rides alongside the train from the base game.
Snowdonia: Trans-Australian Railway & The Daffodil Line
In Snowdonia: The Trans-Australian Railway expansion, 1-4 players help to complete one of the iconic transcontinental railways. Matching the route completed in 1937, players build from Sydney (my home town - Matt) on the East to Perth...
In Munich at the end of the 19th century, the successful new tramway needs expansion, and the two opposing players in Trambahn are competing for the contract.