GF9 Announces New Firefly Title For Show’s 20th Anniversary

April 25, 2022 by fcostin

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Gale Force Nine has announced their new tabletop ventures into Firefly, bringing a brand new deck-building game of faction control with Firefly: Misbehavin' coming this year.

This year will be the 20th anniversary of the Firefly tv show, along with the 10th anniversary of GF9's business with board games. Which kicks off the celebrations over at the publisher. Following on from Firefly: The Game and Firefly: Adventures.

31191099-Firefly Misbehavin - GF9

Firefly Misbehavin // GF9

2-4 players are provided with deck-building opportunities, putting them in charge of competing factions across the Firefly universe, with options to play as either Eavesdown, Niska, the Alliance, or Serenity.

"Someone ever tries to kill you, you try to kill 'em right back!."

Gameplay Preview - Firefly Misbehavin'

Gameplay Preview // Firefly Misbehavin'

Each player will be provided a hand of cards which which will feature characters, items and locations; which fans of the franchise will find familiar. Exploring the universe, and hoping to control different factions for a over-powered space crew to propel through space with ease.

If you are keen on having a bit more organisation in your games, there is an 'Episode Mode' available too. Which will allow players to traverse through the space-filled hijinks with provided scenarios to focus on.

Back of the Box - Firefly Misbehavin'

Back of the Box // Firefly Misbehavin'

There is not much released surrounding the overarching gameplay, including how a player wins the game. But each player will be heading out to the core, border and rim to collect as a prolific memeber of the faction. Growing as the game furthers and taking roughly 60 minutes to fully play through.

The game is set to be released this year, looking at $65 for the title upcoming board game inspired by the short-lived tv show, Firefly.

Have you enjoyed previous Firefly titles from GF9?

"With options to play as either Eavesdown, Niska, the Alliance, or Serenity."

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