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Game Information

Players
1 - 4
MSRP $
39.99

Release Schedule Information

Release Date
September 21, 2020
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Take control of a squad of elite Space Marine Terminators to defend a vital shield generator from wave after wave of rampaging Orks in this game of heroic action in the far flung future.

Play solo or with up to 3 friends in cooperative play. Utilise the unique skills and weapons of each member of your squad and work together to win! In the box, you’ll find everything you need to play exciting games, each lasting just a half hour or so – once you learn the rules. 

The models are from the Space Marine Heroes range. Each of them is cast in coloured plastic for ease of gameplay.

  • Find everything you need with models, rules, game boards, accessories and more.
  • Just pop your Space Marines off the frame and push fit their pieces – no clippers or glue required!
  • Find all the accessories you need to play in the box.

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Matt Thrower's Avatar
Matt Thrower replied the topic: #313521 26 Aug 2020 17:54
Was lucky enough to land a preview copy of this. It's better than you might imagine: full review soon.
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mtagge replied the topic: #313522 26 Aug 2020 18:10
Not a fan of the push fit they had on their last game's figures (don't remember the name, it was a firefighter sim dressed as Space Marines versus a robot enemy). Not a bad game by any stretch, but I would think they'd want a softer run in to get people into the hobby than figures whose heads are popping off every five seconds.
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ChristopherMD replied the topic: #313523 26 Aug 2020 18:14
A nobel spirit embiggens the smallest man.
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Jackwraith replied the topic: #313525 26 Aug 2020 19:10

ChristopherMD wrote: A nobel spirit embiggens the smallest man.


"Hey, kid. Wanna buy some dynamite?"
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Matt Thrower replied the topic: #313534 27 Aug 2020 03:47

mtagge wrote: Not a fan of the push fit they had on their last game's figures (don't remember the name, it was a firefighter sim dressed as Space Marines versus a robot enemy). Not a bad game by any stretch, but I would think they'd want a softer run in to get people into the hobby than figures whose heads are popping off every five seconds.


These are push fit too but I just glued mine. I always do. In fact, one of the figures has two joins that are absolutely not going to stick unless you glue them.