Tomb Raider Legends The Board Game coming soon

Fans of the Tomb Raider video game series will soon be able to take their treasure hunting urges to the tabletop with Tomb Raider Legends The Board Game.  The game involves players competing with each other to reach their goals and obtain a precious artifact while trying to avoid hazards stemming from the environment and each other. 

Square Enix says;

Play as the legendary archaeologist Lara Croft, and embark on an adventure in search of a hidden artifact. The journey will have many dangers, but those who persevere will claim the ultimate prize. Explore mysterious ruins, use your wits to fight off threats, and hone your ever-growing arsenal and skills to claim victory.

With over a dozen possible areas to uncover and a wide variety of outcomes, every game will send you and your friends on a fun and unique journey into the unknown. 

Every player is tasked with finding the Artifact but will be challenged by “wounds, delays, and misdirection” coming from the game’s creatures or other players.

Tomb Raider Legends The Board Game

 

With a release set for May 2019 and preorders available for USD$59.99, Tomb Raider Legends The Board Game is designed for three or four players with an average play time of 40 minutes. 

Square Enix says that players will be able to play the game over and over as there are “over a dozen possible areas to uncover and a widely varied amount of combinations, each game will send you and your friends on a fun and unique journey into the unknown.”

The box will include;

  • Instruction Manual
  • Start tile: x1
  • Goal tile: x1
  • Area tiles: x10
  • Climax tiles: x3
  • Lara markers: x4
  • Player sheets: x4
  • Action cards: x28 (6 types, 7 cards per player x 4)
  • Raid cards: x41
  • Artifact: x1
  • Artifact Replica: x2
  • Starting Player marker: x1
  • Threat/Experience marker: x7
  • Injury marker: x4

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Luke Clarkehttps://powerup-gaming.com
Games have always been a big part of my life in all types of formats. I'm just as happy with a deck of cards or a bunch of miniatures as I am with a keyboard and mouse or controller. Any game where there is a little teamwork happening is usually going be my favourite. I'm very partial to a good RTS, RPG or FPS session with friends, a beer and some decent music.

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