Gameplay in Brief:
I love this fast-paced game centered on cards representing the U.S. and Europe. Players try to save money by making a trip as short as possible... well, almost. In each round, seven state (or country, for Europe) cards are revealed, followed by an eighth card which is the starting state.
Players then race to put their token on the state card that can be reached from the starting state by crossing the fewest borders -- but not a state that actually borders the starting state (that mistake results in a penalty). There's no limit to the number of players who can choose a state, but there is a cost for not being first.
For 2 to 6 players, ages 8 and up. About 30 minutes per game.
Travel Blog was designed by Vlaada Chvátil.
Travel Blog was published by Z-Man Games and Czech Games Edition.
Also by Vlaada Chvátil:
Among the other games designed by Chvátil are Through the Ages (2006), Dungeon Lords (2009), Galaxy Trucker (2007), Space Alert (2008), Bunny Bunny Moose Moose (2009), and Sneaks & Snitches (2010).