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Description

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.

What’s New

Version 0.13.7

- bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

Andrew M- ,

Duplicate numbers?

Quite a nice implementation of the board game. However in my first game, it gave me duplicate rolls on two different occasions. If I recall, this is not supposed to happen. So the good game I had going was ruined because it made me place 45 and 54, even though I already had those numbers on the board.

Otherwise, like someone else said, it would be fun to plot your own route at the end instead of having it done automatically. It feels kind of cheesy when the CPU finds one worth more points than you were planning.

thespaciousmind ,

Poor implementation

No sounds for simple stuff like dice roll or cards flipping. No dice or card flip animations. I know… its a trivial thing, a minor gripe but I HATE “silent” apps. Digital board games should convey a sense of the physical board game. This one game fails in this regard. I’m surpised the app shows dice at all. Very cheaply made. I like the GAME concept… and if it ever goes on sale, I’d get the physical game. Looks FAR more interesting to play than this digital simpleton. One thing this digital game should do at the end is to allow you to submit your chosen route, overlayed with the “optimal” route. They wont always be the same and would be interesting to see how close your chosen route matches with the optimal route. Oh well, glad I tried it but I’ll probably never play this digital app again. Great GAME concept, poor/boring digital implementation.

Mark_Z. ,

Nice implementation!

This is a great visual implementation of the board game. It looks great and has a simple intuitive interface. I would love to see multi-player functionality built out so you can play with friends. However, I can still see myself enjoying this as is.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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