This Justice League Board Game Sounds Rather Intriguing

Being released by Abba Games, the tabletop combat game will see players either co-operate or compete as either the League or a roster of DC villains to complete tasks, before going toe-to-toe with each other to decide the fate of the world... or at least the victor of the game. There aren't many details out about the game's mechanics yet, other than the fact that it will incorporate a video game-style "save point" system so you can break down longer play sessions. But it's pretty cool to see a new tabletop take on the DC Universe, as it's been quite a while since anything in the vein of Wizkidss DC Heroclix or the Dice Masters games.

Justice League: The Board Game will debut initially in Europe early next year — and seemingly like almost every other board game lately, the company plans to run a Kickstarter in advance of the release in the next few months to drum up support for the manufacturing of the game.

[Abba Games via ScreenRant]


    We had a save point system for AXIS AND ALLIES when I was a teenager.

    A Polaroid camera :D

      Yeah, my friends and I would finish off games of risk now with a photo using out phones. Longest match went for 2 and a half sessions. we decided to put risk on hold for the time being

        But... how long do your games of Knifeyspooney go on for! :O

          We really spend a lot of time goofing around and not taking the game serious, plus we'll have netflix on in the background with episodes of How I met your mother or Brooklyn Nine Nine. Overall we'd get like 40 minutes of actual playtime done each session, but we'd be hanging out for like 3-4hours. Plus there's going to pick up and order food that gets in it, and Johnno forgot to pickup beer on the way and you know its a whole ordeal

            My games of knifeyspooney usually just go on as long as it takes to say knifeyspooney... that's a champion effort!

              we're so distracted that we never really know if they've got a knife or a spoon

    T.I.M.E. Stories also features a save system, which is basically putting all the counters and cards back in specific places in the box.

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