Space Marine Adventures is an entry level game into the 40k universe and wont be available in the normal GW stores, and instead will be found in places like Barnes and Noble. The game will have previews going on in GenCon which is starting up tomorrow.

via the Warhammer Community

Among the many delights you can experience at this year’s Gen Con is your first look at a trio of new board games that will be coming to North America in the near future.
Designed as perfect starting points for games fans unfamiliar with the Warhammer hobby, each of these three games uses push fit models, gorgeous game boards and simple, evocative rules to create a unique and exciting gaming experience that’s great for a casual evening’s play or as a gift for someone new to Warhammer.
Yesterday we talked about Blitz Bowl, and today we’re introducing you to Space Marine Adventures.
In this fast-paced board game for 1-4 players, you’ll command one of five Space Marines as you make your way through a Necron tomb complex. Experience deadly hazards and alien horrors, and use your Space Marine’s unique skills to overcome the traps and guardians of the tomb.

The five push fit plastic models are available in the US for the first time with this release – you may recognise them as part of the Japan-exclusive Space Marine Heroes range. Each can be built without glue and comes in coloured plastic, along with a card describing their abilities.

You’ll also find in the box no fewer than three double-sided game boards that will make up the labyrinth your heroes battle through, along with a host of cards, counters and dice, and a 16-page book which introduces the game and teaches you how to play, then shows you how to advance to levels 2 and 3 once you’ve mastered the labyrinth and want more of a challenge. With this, the five different Space Marines to choose from and nearly 30 cards for wargear and abilities, there’s a ton of replayability.

Because Space Marine Adventures is aimed at those new to Warhammer, you won’t find it in your usual gaming stores (we have plenty of other great games you can buy in those). Instead, you’ll be able to pick it up at stores across the US and Canada this Autumn including many Barnes & Noble locations.
Join us again tomorrow for the third of our board game previews, as we head to Middle-earth™ and embark on a Quest to Mount Doom.

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