Tsuro - The Game of the Path


Relaxing puzzle fun.

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Games & Family & Board & Entertainment
Current version
148 MB
Last Update
May 28, 2019

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Feb 09, 2019

This game is easy to learn, simple and fast to play, and actually has several types of challenges to increase your interest level. Also, for those social butterflies, there is the ability to other real people. However, you have to connect to Facebook to interact with other living beings. This is truly an excellent game! My only suggestion to the developer(s) is make the game playable directly through Apple’s built in Messenger App, too. I am not a fan of Facebook and its’ data collection policies/practices. So, I do not give anything access to my Facebook account. But, I would still love to play this game with my wife and friends directly.

Sep 25, 2017

My Tsuro app was once connected to my Facebook account. When I closed my Facebook account for good (gasp!), I was unable to play Tsuro - I would try to load the app and the Facebook login screen would appear. I’d choose, “not now” and I would be booted from the app, denied access to Tsuro. I was mad. I searched the reviews for answers- nothing. I emailed support... Finally, I stumbled upon the fix. After various attempts to bypass my old ties to FB, I went nuclear. I deleted the app. Deleting the app and the associated data, then reinstalling was the only solution that I could find to fix this issue. When prompted to connect and play with friends on my Facebook account, I chose ‘hell no’ or whatever it is that means no. Now I can play Tsuro again, sans Facebook. That pleases me. If you’re having the same issue, this review’s for you. Four stars because Facebook shenanigans

Mar 03, 2019

Games that have an unpredictability of how the game board is created and have strategy in placement. Making you think ahead are always fun games. The replay ability is awesome and fast quick games are always nice! Great game. Wish you could shift or rotate the entire game board when placing the tiles at the very far edge on board. I do like how you can see the layout of the track before placing the tile though. Also it would be nice to continue to play a computer instead of your ghost. But it’s still an amazing game. Thanks!

Nov 24, 2017

I play almost exclusively so I can build up to long ending paths that I record. Unfortunately the record screen feature is SUPER buggy. Half the time the little ? Icon won’t come back at all and almost the entire other half the time, clicking save won’t actually save the video to your phone (a workaround this is to email the (huge) file to yourself before clicking save). Another workaround I’ve found is to record when you first start the game bc the first record of a play session is usually the one that breaks. Once you “warm the game up” to recording it does better (but this is annoying to have to do). 5/5 if the devs fix this bug.

Sep 19, 2017

I agree with others. I really hate being told there's someone waiting for me to play when my current opponent has not taken a turn. It is a "drag" to have to drag all the other opponents onto the board. The startup screen does seem long (I know what the box looks like...very pretty...can we get to playing now?). Sometimes I forget what rule-set I chose, it'd be nice if it said (or there was a symbol. On the whole, though, I enjoy the game very much. If that were fixed, I'd rate this a solid 5-stars. The effects are satisfying, and I can play myself to try to beat my loops record or distance for quite some time. It'd be great if those records could be stored somehow.

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"Utterly fantastic... I cannot recommend Tsuro enough. An absolute must buy for sure." - App Addict
"Tsuro is the perfect relaxing game... I can’t recommend it highly enough." - App Unwrapper
"A phenomenal digital board game experience... a must have." - Apple 'n' Apps


your own journey with Tsuro: The Game of the Path. Place a tile and slide your stone along the path created, but take care! Other players’ paths can lead you in the wrong direction - or off the board entirely! Paths will cross and connect, and the choices you make affect all the journeys across the board.

"One of the prettiest apps you'll ever see... as close as you can get to opening up a box and playing the cardboard version." - Board Game Geek

The intricate artwork of the original game is brought to life with fluid animation and sparkling pyrotechnics. Every component has been recreated in meticulous detail, including the box!

Intuitive controls deliver a board game experience so real you could almost touch it.

Classic Tsuro, plus 3 new ways to play, exclusive to the digital version: Solo, Loop Battle and Longest Path.

Tsuro is easy enough for anyone to pick up... but it requires cunning and strategy to become a master.

Tsuro supports up to 8 players, around one device or online. Play live against your friends on Game Center and Facebook, or go solo to see who can build the longest path.

Choose from 3 AI personalities to challenge your strategic skill.

Over 50 achievements put your path-building skills to the ultimate test.

Record your longest, loopiest moves and share them with your chums (supported hardware only).