Your Top 7 Train Games

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Train travel is best experienced with someone else. And if you can show them your greatness enjoy their company during a board game while you ride the rails, all the better!

When we asked what your favorite train games are, you didn't hold back. Here are the top seven!

7. Uno: This is like Crazy Eights but awesomer. You need a special deck, at least three players and a command over the Spanish language that extends to, well, "Uno."

6. Scattergories To Go: Players need to be at least 10 years old to play (at least 21 to make it interesting) and are asked to come up with a variety of words within a strict time limit.

5. Twister: We have no clue how you would play Twister on a train, but more power to ya!

4. Cell Phone: The apps on modern smartphones make them a travel necessity, but we suggest unplugging while you're on the train and enjoying your Digital Detox.

3. Frisbee Golf: It's highly possible the passengers suggesting this had no clue what was going on.

2. Bananagrams: This is a rapid-fire word game for people who find Scrabble boring and (let's be honest) too difficult. Plus, it comes in a handy zipped-up, fruit-shaped bag just for kicks.

1. Apples to Apples: Leave the Cards Against Humanity at home and go with this G-rated classic, instead. It's quick, funny, easy and might make you a few friends in the observation car.

We've given you our seven fan-suggested favorites. Have more to add? List them in the comments section below!

5 comments
AndrewC437
AndrewC437

You can play Uno with two people... Reverses act just like Skips..

rjw8625
rjw8625

Phase 10 is something similar to Uno that you can play with just 2.

Tort14U
Tort14U

Oh yeah and Battleship!

Tort14U
Tort14U

I am going to bring Upwords. 

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