The first option is already included in the Asia expansion of Ticket To Ride.
The Asian Explorer bonus gives you:
A 10 point Asian Explorer bonus is awarded to the player(s) who have connected the most cities in one continuous network of routes with trains of their color. This network may contain various branches connected to each other, as well as loops, ...
What I need help with is which destination tickets are included. Does anyone have a list, or a picture like the one I took below of Germany?
Images can be found on BGG.
And a spreadsheet of the info can also be found on BGG:
Technically, no, and I'll have a much more complete answer for you tomorrow. I can tell you a bit about some of the design behind others though.
First off is the points:
1 = 1pt
2 = 2pt (+1)
3 = 4pt (+2)
4 = 7pt (+3)
5 = 10pt (+3)
6 = 15pt (+5?)
7 = 18pt (+3)
8 = 21pt (+3)
9 = 27pt (+6)
Then look into what makes travel in your area unique.
In Heart of Africa,...
I've been doing some research to see how Marklin, Deutschland, and Germany differ. Here's what I've found so far for sure.
Marklin vs. Deutschland vs. Germany.
Marklin came out first and had the most complex rules of the three. It was a Limited Edition Special Release product which covered the map of Germany released in 2006. Deutschland came out as the ...
I tried this myself and came out with a very similar solution to Etiën Alssema's answer. It eeks out a few extra points. It scores 248 without counting the longest track.
There is a continuous track 33 pieces long from Brest to Sofia.
Train stations borrow red's tracks:
Budapest - Kyïv - Smolensk
Palermo - Roma
Remaining train ...