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Top Gun: Strategy Game

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Top Gun: Strategy Game

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Players
2 - 4
MSRP $
24.99
Asmodee

Top Gun: Strategy Game lets puts players in the pilot seats of Team Maverick/Goose and Team Iceman/Slider. Each team takes on the other during a intense air combat training exercise. Pilots must strategically maneuver their planes and coordinate with their Weapons System Operator. Intense gravity-defying aerial maneuvers and securing a valuable target lock on their opponent will secure a swift victory.

Being Top Gun is a mental challenge as well as a physical one. When they aren't in the air, pilots will face off in a volleyball card game, where they strut their stuff to gain rewards or intimidate an opponent. In order to ensure victory, players must succeed at their Ground Game to increase their education and confidence, giving them the tools and the nerve to excel in the Air Game.


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Another case study in why Prospero Hall is among the top game design groups in the business today.
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ubarose replied the topic: #305351 20 Dec 2019 12:19
A new game from Prospero Hall. I'm not so much into Top Gun, but the team dogfights sounds interesting.
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Michael Barnes replied the topic: #305354 20 Dec 2019 12:36
If it were any other designer I wouldn’t be interested. Prospero Hall though...take my breath away.
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dysjunct replied the topic: #305355 20 Dec 2019 12:44
Missed opportunity for calling it a Strategery Game.
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cdennett replied the topic: #305369 20 Dec 2019 14:21
I'm struggling to get past:

When they aren't in the air, pilots will face off in a volleyball card game, where they strut their stuff to gain rewards or intimidate an opponent.


:side:
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Michael Barnes replied the topic: #305370 20 Dec 2019 14:25
Are you kidding me? That sounds amazing! I think that’s brilliant, it’s a Top Gun game and that is an iconic scene! If it were just the dogfighting, it could be any old fighter plane game.
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boothwah replied the topic: #305381 20 Dec 2019 16:19
So this one winter, I think 1992, after college transition, me and my brother (18 at the time) where staying with my mom in this place she was renting out in the rural pucky brush. Nice place, but no cable and no local stations.. We had VCRs back then. One of the only VHS tapes in the house was Top Gun. Not having anything else to run on the tube, I think we watched Top Gun probably 50+ times as background filler.


I don't know if this would traumatic or cathartic.
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Josh Look replied the topic: #305382 20 Dec 2019 16:31
Come for the aerial dogfighting, stay for the volleyball mini game. Yeah, not a Top Gun fan but Prospero Hall. I’m in.
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dysjunct replied the topic: #305391 20 Dec 2019 21:12
I’d be very interested in a game exclusively about the homoerotic tensions between fighter jocks on the volleyball court. Just leave out all the flying plane stuff.
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Turek replied the topic: #305425 22 Dec 2019 04:19
Ugliest box ever
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jason10mm replied the topic: #305431 22 Dec 2019 17:11
Awesome, a new Harpoon game for ……. oh wait, this isn't what I wanted AT ALL!

Is this a reskin of that fencing "En Garde" game? That game was actually kinda dope.