Holiday Giveaways 2021 – Maglev Metro by Bezier Games

It isn’t very often that I open a game and am in awe of the components. But that’s what happened when I opened Maglev Metro from Bezier Games while attending Geekway to the West. The tiles that players lay on the board are clear and stack on each other while the trains are metal. Everything about the game screams, “Deluxe edition” but it’s all standard in the box. When we played, I enjoyed it so much I immediately put it on my list of recommended games to gift teens and adults over the holidays. If you have it set aside for a gift recipient, you’re probably second guessing and thinking you should just keep it. That would be a good idea, but then you wouldn’t have a gift for the recipient. Instead of keep it, enter the giveaway to win a copy and if you don’t then you can always order yourself a copy off Amazon. As with all our giveaways, you can come back daily to increase your chances of winning!

Holiday Giveaway 2021 – Maglev Metro Game

34 thoughts on “Holiday Giveaways 2021 – Maglev Metro by Bezier Games

  1. I saw this game at PAXU and didn’t get to try it because it was so busy all the time but I would love to win it! Thank you for the giveaway!

  2. I currently own 7 ‘train games’! All of which I’m shamefully yet to play: “Coal Baron: The Great Card Game”, “On the Underground”, “Snowdonia”, “Trains”, “Trains: Rising Sun”, “Trambahn”, and “Unlock! Secret Adventures – Tombstone Express”.
    I’ve also played “Mass Transit” and “Railroad Ink”, but am am somehow still yet to play “Ticket to Ride”!

  3. I think the only train game I own is Spike because it was on super sale. I’ve played TtR and Steam and like them, though.

  4. I love train related games. My father is a retired locomotive engineer so I grew up loving trains. I have 10 train games.

  5. I own 7 train related games,, all with different mechanisms/goals. Maglev Metro is an attractive game that certainly can join my collection. If no space available, I’ll create space for Maglev Metro!

  6. Like someone said above, does Monopoly count? Lol. The only train game is my son’s Thomas railroad, not a boardgame.

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