DarkDoors Entertainment’s Ambush: Epic 2.0 Now Live On Kickstarter

October 8, 2020 by brennon

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DarkDoors Entertainment has now launched their revamped and updated Kickstarter for Ambush: Epic! Get ready for some semi-cooperative Fantasy dungeon crawling.

Ambush Epic - Dark Doors Entertainment

Check Out Ambush: Epic On Kickstarter

Ambush: Epic is a card and dice driven board game for one-to-four players where you take your hero down into the darkest dungeons in search of treasure, glory and more. Whilst you'll want to claim all of the glory for yourself, you won't survive if you don't lend a helping hand too. So, make sure to work together just enough to overcome the forces of evil but make it out as the shining hero the bards will be singing about for years!

Ambush Epic Core Box - Dark Doors Entertainment

Ambush: Epic Core Box // DarkDoors Entertainment

Each hero in the game plays differently so you'll have a lot of chances to dive in and play the game with a little touch of nuance each time you go to play. Plus, with a massive array of different monsters to fight, you'll always have a challenging experience which will have you changing up your strategy.

As well as making the Core Game now available with a few upgrades and tweaks here and there the campaign for Ambush: Epic also has the option to pick up an expansion called The Oracle's Chamber.

The Oracle Chamber Expansion - Dark Doors Entertainment

The Oracle's Chamber Expansion // DarkDoors Entertainment

If the themes of the game we've talked about so far work for you then it's worth taking a closer look at the game in their Rulebook which is already available for you to download.

Check Out The Rulebook (Download Here)

The rules are nice and comprehensive already and I'm sure they are just going to get more refined as the campaign continues and backers get their mitts on the game. You can also check out some of the background on the game and how it plays as part of this preview video too.

Ambush: Epic Preview // DarkDoors Entertainment

If this has caught your eye then make sure to drop your thoughts into the comments below. As someone who likes a good backstabbing dungeon delver, this sounds like a great option. With a mix of duelling between players and monster slaying, this feels like a fun option for those that liked Cutthroat Caverns back in the day.

Are you tempted by this Kickstarter?

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