New Heroic 40K Space Marine Adventures Missions Await

November 6, 2019 by brennon

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Games Workshop is also adding to their Space Marine Adventures game which is also available through Barnes & Noble. Two new expansions are popping up in North America for this game where you and your Space Marine allies are trying to escape from a Necron Tomb.

Recon Mission - Space Marine Adventures

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The two new missions here are the Recon Mission and the Rescue Mission (seen below). You get a set of Space Marines which can be pushed together and played with immediately, each of them in coloured plastic so you don't have to paint them if you don't want to.

Rescue Mission - Space Marine Adventures

Inside these boxes, you get new missions to play plus even some special releases from the Space Marine Heroes: Series 1 line-up including the Captain with Power Sword & Plasma Pistol that you can see in Recon Mission.

The game itself is akin to Warhammer Quest of old, Blackstone Fortress and Space Hulk with you traversing these labyrinthine halls battling against the Necron threat and avoiding terrible traps.

  • Find everything you need to battle through a Necron tomb in one box, 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!
  • Learn to play with a 16-page rulebook plus a quick-reference sheet.
  • Explore the labyrinth with three double-sided tiles.
  • Cards with stats for four sinister Necron opponents.

This, again, seems like a nice quick way to get people invested in the world of Warhammer 40,000 with some cool miniatures and a fun setting. The push-fit nature of the models and the fact that it has a board game feel means it should be something to keep an eye out for if your young'uns have expressed an interest in the grimdark future.

Build & Paint Set - Space Marine Adventures

Plus, with the fight being between big hulking Space Marines and killer robots in the Necrons means that it is a bit more family-friendly.

Could you be tempted to snap this up? If you're over in the US and you have a chance to pick this up it would be fun to find out how this game actually plays!

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"If you're over in the US and you have a chance to pick this up it would be fun to find out how this game actually plays!"

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