Gamezone to Re-Release Heroquest

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Gamezone to Re-Release Heroquest

Postby Big River » Wed Sep 18, 2013 10:27 am

Pinched from LAF:

"A personal dream come true for me. This is what got me into the hobby at the start of the 1990s:

- Spanish company GameZone will create a new heroquest 25th aniversary edition.
- They have distribution rights to Spain but not to other countries, but they will release the game in multiple languages and there are plenty of spanish online shops with worldwide shipment.
- They may use a crowdfunding campaign but it's not confirmed.
- There will be initially four heroes in male and female versions.
- Furniture and tokens will be all in 3D (resin) instead of cardboard.
- The board will be reversible (two in one).
- There won't be fimirs, but there will be equivalent reptilian creatures.
- It won't be overly expensive (in line with Descent V2)."

http://www.heroquest.es/index.php?topic=8728.60

"The KS project is going to be the 25 aniversary edition,but later,in 2015,are going to launch the standard edition.
The price is going to be around 80€,with eight miniatures and furniture.The material is going to be resin."
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Re: Gamezone to Re-Release Heroquest

Postby Ramshackle_Curtis » Wed Sep 18, 2013 9:51 pm

8 miniatures in resin? What about all the enemies and such?
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Re: Gamezone to Re-Release Heroquest

Postby Big River » Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:12 am

Ramshackle_Curtis wrote:8 miniatures in resin? What about all the enemies and such?


I'm really not sure, seems unlikely that they'll release it without monsters. Spanish members of LAF are keeping an eye on its development:

http://www.lead-adventure.de/index.php?topic=58205.15
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