HeroQuest is Back

 

HeroQuest is coming in a crowdfunding sort of way but has already passed its marks for raising the money to produce the game. 

https://heroquest.avalonhill.com/en-us


via Habro

Deep inside another dimension, face battling barbarians and evil magic on a quest for adventure in a maze of monsters. This is HeroQuest, the fantasy adventure game, where winning means mastering the art of combat and magic. Once you get into it, you'll never be the same.

HeroQuest

HeroQuest Game System

Two Tiers will get the game to you through Hasbro Pulse. You can get it here in https://hasbropulse.com/products/heroquest-game-system

$1,300,911 Pledged Target $1,000,000

Funding ends in: 43 Days 9 Hours 46 Minutes

  •  Heroic Tier - $99.99
  •  Mythic Tier - $149.99

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16 Comments

  1. But can Hasbro get the miniature quality without GW's involvement?

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    1. There is a wealth of 3d artist today, I think they could get as much quality as they wanted. Will the want to though, not sure. I would assume this is all an attempt to capture the ever expanding deluxe board game market. So, it would make sense that they put an effort into it. I've seen many proofs of "clix" products over the years and can say the originals always looked as good as any other minis. It was the mass production (cheap) that made them look crappy.

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    2. The renders sure demonstrate some ambition... but are they designed for what their production/casting/molding is capable of delivering?

      I won't be surprised if they all end up being single piece, PVC minis with bendy weapons, somewhere in the ball park of Reaper Bones or Wizkids miniatures.

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  2. Shipping only to the US and most of Canada? Thanks Hasbro, you helmets.

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    1. The best thing about the original HeroQuest... is worldwide availability.

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    2. Hopefully they'll produce more than the kickstarter for retail.

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    3. They might well only have the license for sale in NA.

      Plus they've had to remove some things that GW own the IP for, like Fimir's.

      Probably explains why its taken them so long to redo it.

      Hopefully we'll be able to get copies in Europe!

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    4. BS! They just grabbed the Sahuagin from their D&D property (WotC) and used those.

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    5. The best thing about Heroquest......is the gargoyle

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    6. Damn it! I was excited to get one to relive that glorious nostalgia with my brother.

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    7. The best thing about HeroQuest... are the dwarves.

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  3. Really looking forward to this!

    but why would you crowd found anything for Hasbro?

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  4. I still got a copy of it, though unfortunately heavy played so in no condition to sell or anything.

    And even though I like this release and don't -want- to be negative about it, I gotta say, the box cover art is SO much worse than the original. Some "updates" I really don't understand..

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  5. Good for nostalgia but it's really dated and boring compared to modern dungeon crawlers.

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  6. Go watch the Bard's video on the original Hero Quest if you haven't already. It's very entertaining :)

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