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Tsuro - The Game of The Path is a gorgeous digital adaption out now

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A new digital adaption of the original board game Tsuro is out now with Tsuro - The Game of The Path, and it's really lovely. Note: The developer sent over a key to our Steam Curator.

In Tsuro you each have indirect control of a coloured pebble, while taking it in turns to place down a single path tile in front of your little pebble to move it across the board. Incredible simple to get into, yet there's plenty of strategy involved in it and it really is quite brilliant. It's a wonderful adaption, with some digital-exclusive modes. You can play for the longest movement loop, the last one remaining on the board and more.

Check out their trailer of the Classic mode versus AI:

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Not only does it support different game modes against the AI, you can also play local multiplayer and it has online support too. The AI is pretty good at it too, with three different difficulty modes depending on how much you want to be challenged.

It's a fully featured release that perfectly captures the feel of Tsuro. This might be the most relaxing digital board game I've ever played, really channels that zen-like stuff. It's an official adaption too, so it's nice to see it done well. Great family-friendly fun.

You can buy Tsuro - The Game of The Path on Steam.

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Raaben Oct 21, 2020
This game is more fun and addictive than I was expecting. Along with that, it is indeed relaxing and pretty in its simplicity. Well worth the buy.
Cybolic Oct 21, 2020
I hope this means that the VR edition might come to Linux as well. The current Windows version might work through Proton (I don't know, there are no reports on ProtonDB yet) but it would be very nice to have it officially supported and there's also a definite lack of native VR titles at the moment.
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I have the physical version and can admit that it's more enjoyable than it first appeared.
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