|Number of Pieces||1|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Mfg Recommended age||10 year and up|
|Item model number||B2356|
|Product Dimensions||6.4 x 40 x 26.7 cm; 1.13 Kilograms|
Star Wars The Black Series Risk Game
|Price:||+ S$19.06 Delivery|
- Star Wars version of the classic Risk game lets players conquer the Death Star or the Rebel fleet
- Includes X-wing, Y-wing, and TIE fighters for attacks
- Order cards let players attack and defend
- Tilt the game one way or the other by destroying Luke Skywalker or Darth Vader
- Includes 3 gameboard pieces, 20 X-wings, 16 Y-wings, 56 TIE fighters, 6 Rebel fleet markers, Millennium Falcon ship with stand, Executor with stand, Death Star with stand, 4 hit tokens, 9 Stormtrooper figures, Rebel Strike Team token, 30 Empire order cards, 30 Rebel order cards, and 5 translucent dice.
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The final moments of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi can come to life for you and your friends in this awesome Star Wars version of the classic Risk game! Your mission? If you play as the Empire, it’s to destroy the Rebel fleet. But if you play as the Rebel Alliance, it’s to destroy the Death Star! But the battle between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader could tilt the game one way or the other. Plan your assault, give your battle orders, and earn bonus orders by clearing sectors or by destroying either Luke Skywalker or Darth Vader. Send your fighters in to destroy or defend the Death Star, or to attack or defend the Rebel fleet! Who will be victorious in the end? Play Risk the Star Wars way and find out! Star Wars products are produced by Hasbro under license from Lucasfilm Ltd. Hasbro and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.
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Risk: Star Wars Black Series Edition Game
In this Risk: Star Wars Black Series Edition game, players can lead a fleet, take a risk, and rule the galaxy! In this strategic game for 2 or 4 players, opponents must test their skills by commanding Stormtroopers and other Star Wars characters in a strategic and skilled fight. Players can re-create the final moments of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi as they prepare a plan, arm for battle, and advance their troops in this cataclysmic fight for the future of the galaxy! Play as the Empire and destroy the Rebel fleet, or play as the Rebel Alliance and destroy the Death Star. Which side will win?
- 3 Stages of Combat!
- Iconic Star Wars Vehicles!
- Rebel Alliance vs. Galactic Empire!
- Attack on the Death Star!
- TIE Fighter-Shaped Gameboard!
There are 3 battles going on simultaneously: the attack on the Death Star, the shield assault, and the battle between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader. The Rebel player's mission is to destroy the Death Star, but first they must destroy the shield generator protecting it on Endor. The Rebel player should be careful that the Emperor and Darth Vader don't defeat Luke, though, as that will tilt the game to the dark side.
The Empire player's mission is to defeat all Rebel ships before they destroy the Death Star. The Empire player must stop the Rebels from destroying the shield generator and make sure that Luke doesn't win his duel with Darth Vader or worse, redeem him and strengthen the Rebels' assault.
Star Wars products are produced by Hasbro under license from Lucasfilm Ltd.
Hasbro and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.
Defend or Destroy the Death Star
The space battle is key to the game, determining who wins. Rebel and Imperial ships collide as the Rebels seek to destroy the Death Star and the Empire strives to defend it. The battlefield is divided into different sectors with the Death Star in the center. In order to attack the Death Star, the Rebels must first lower its shields by destroying the shield generator on planet Endor. The Empire wins the game by destroying all Rebel ships fighters, fleet, and the Millennium Falcon before the Death Star is destroyed. The Rebel Alliance wins the game by destroying the Death Star.
Choose to Play a 2 or 4-Player Game
Bring even more excitement to this game by playing in teams! In team gameplay, players must strategize and work together to defeat the enemy. No matter which way they choose to play, Risk game fans can put their battle plans to the test amid the action and adventure of the Star Wars universe.
Includes 3 gameboard pieces, 20 X-Wings, 16 Y-Wings, 15 B-Wings, 56 TIE Fighters, 6 Rebel fleet markers, Millennium Falcon ship with stand, Executor with stand, Death Star with stand, 4 hit tokens, 9 Stormtrooper figures, Rebel Strike Team token, 30 Empire order cards, 30 Rebel order cards, 5 translucent dice, and game guide.
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But thanks to the community over at Boardgamegeek, rules have been clarified and I got another chance to play this game again at BGG Con in November 2015. These slight changes and explanations made this a must buy for me. I have played the standard and the Black Box version and other than the pieces to the game, there is no difference in rules or mechanics. But the pieces add another level of enjoyment. Don't skimp out and not get the Black Box, the models for the Falcon, Death Star, Executor, and Storm Troopers make it worth it.
One final thought, the inserts are awesome for when the game is put away. So glad I bought this.
I had purchased this a while back and decided to finally break it out.
Excellent presentation, good components, simple yet efficient storage, and fantastically thematic!
This was so great, that I had to watch Return of the Jedi right afterwards (no joke).
The fact that while you are battling with starship fleets in the middle, you have the battle on Endor on one side while Luke and Vader duke it out in front of the Emperor on the other, is very well implemented.
The card system and simplified dice combat makes this game easy yet offers varied replay value thanks to possible alternate strategies.
My son and I were playing in seven minutes. I can not say that about any other Risk game (then again, this is not Risk...thankfully).
If you like Star Wars, simplified fleet battles, or just fun thematic boardgames, them this game is for you!
Otherwise, don't buy it because...."It's a TRAP!"
Who ever plays as the empire will have to work a bit harder to pull off a win, but it is possible.
-1 extra star for the bent game pieces, would be a 4, 4.5 otherwise.
This game is designed specifically for two players (One player is the Imperials, while the other is the Rebellion.) It features three battles happening simultaneously.
First, the Lightsaber duel between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader. This is a battle where the Imperials attempt to kill Luke Skywalker, and the Rebels try to kill (or redeem) Darth Vader.
Second, the battle of Endor rages on as rebel troops attempt to make their ground forces to the shield generator to shut it down.
Finally, a space battle with the fleets of the Rebellion (led by the Millenium Falcon) square off against the numerous swarms of Imperial TIE fighters led by the Executor. If the ground team is successful in lowering the shield, the rebels can attempt to destroy the Death Star.
The game comes in a standard and deluxe edition. The deluxe edition has miniatures for the Death Star, Millenium Falcon, and Executor, as well as having much nicer cards to play with. The box is also designed better.
In the end, calling this game Risk is a disservice to how great this game actually is. All similarities to Risk are tangential at best.
With that out of the way, what a great quick game! The Rebels and Imperials play very differently.
Using cards for actions, each player must plan 3 moves ahead trying to figure out what the other will do.
As the Rebels do you focus on taking down the shield generator, taking out Tie fighters and the Super Star Destroyer, or do you kill Darth Vader for a bonus? Maybe he can even be redeemed for a huge bonus.
As the Imperials do you try to wipe out the Rebel fleet with your fighters, take out their reinforcements with the power of a fully armed and operational battle station, place stormtroopers to slow down the Rebels on Endor, or do you serve the Emperor and kill Luke Skywalker?
Game plays quickly and every turn makes you say "you Rebel scum!"
First game Rebels surrounded by Tie fighters, 2 Y-Wings broke through and fired at the Death Star, somehow blowing it up.
Second game Imperials blew up whole sections of Rebels using the Death Star and ended the game with the last B-Wing exploding.
Third game, the last of the Rebel fleet, 3 X-Wings made a run for it and destroyed the Death Star.
Every game someone has said "Let's play again!"