- Waarschuwing: Niet geschikt voor kinderen jonger dan 3 jaar. Te gebruiken onder toezicht van een volwassene
- Waarschuwing: Gebruiken onder direct toezicht van een volwassene
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USApoly USODB010400 Harry-Potter kaartspel "Hogwarts Battle" (evt. niet beschikbaar in het Nederlands).
- Speel als je lievelingsfiguur en verdedig de magische wereld tegen boze krachten.
- In zeven opeenvolgende speelavonturen van het toenemende moeilijker strijd je tegen bosewichten en ontdek nieuwe vaardigheden, geheimen en uitdagingen.
- Voor 2 tot 4 spelers.
- Het spel duurt 30 tot 60 minuten.
- Geschikt voor kinderen vanaf 11 jaar.
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De krachten van het boze dreigen het slot Hogwarts van de Harry Potter-wereld te bezetten. De strijd van Hogwarts is een zakelijk kaartspel, en het is de taak van maximaal vier leerlingen, voor de veiligheid van de school te zorgen, door bosewichten te overwinnen en hun verdediging te versterken. In het spel neemt elke speler de rol van Hogwarts studenten: Harry, Ron, Hermine. of neville. Elke speler heeft zijn eigen, persoonlijke set kaarten die gebruikt worden om hulpbronnen te verkrijgen. Als je invloed krijgt, voeg spelers nog meer kaarten toe aan hun kaartenset, in de vorm van belangrijke figuren, toverspillen en magische voorwerpen. Andere kaarten maken het mogelijk om weer gezond te worden of tegen schurken te vechten, die je tegenhoudt om de kracht te krijgen. De bosewichten houden de spelers met hun aanvallen. en donkere kunsten terug. Alleen door hun samenwerking zijn de spelers in staat om alle woestjes te overwinnen en het slot tegen de krachten van het boze te beschermen.
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I saw it at our local game store and thought it was a gimmick at first -- just another way to make money off a much-loved franchise -- but then I read the back description. Our favorite tabletop games are co-op (Forbidden Island/Desert, Betrayal at House on the Hill, Mansions of Madness, Time Stories, etc.), and we also enjoy card/deck-building games (Dominion, Legendary games, etc.), plus I love the Harry Potter series (my husband is okay with it), so we took a chance and bought it. We now play it every night after we come home from work!
The gameplay reminds me of Dominion mixed with any Legendary game, but more fun because you play as specific characters -- Harry, Ron, Hermione, and/or Neville -- and battle though seven increasingly difficult "games", each representing a book/movie in the series. Each game has a set of Locations, Dark Arts, Villains, Hogwarts cards, and other components, such as dice or upgraded character cards. Beat Game 1, then add Game 1 cards to Game 2. Beat Game 2, then add Game 1 AND 2 cards to Game 3, etc. This is a 2-4 player game, so for a two-player game, I recommend each person play two characters to get the full experience. My husband plays Ron and Harry, and I play Hermione and Neville.
The basic premise is to work together to protect Locations from Villain Control and defeat all the Villains. You lose if all Locations fall to Villain Control, but you win if you defeat all Villains. Dark Arts and Villain abilities will hurt and hinder characters every step of the way, so building a strong deck of Hogwarts cards and playing to your characters abilities is essential. The first two games are warm-ups, then the real difficulty kicks in on Game 3. By then, your characters WILL get "stunned" (lose all health) at least once per game. But that doesn't mean the fun is over, you just take penalties and keep on fighting, so you don't have to worry about someone sitting out of the game and waiting for everyone else to win.
In terms of production, this game is the highest quality of all of our tabletop games. Everything is in full color. Each Game is individually boxed, and each set of Location, Dark Arts, etc. cards inside are sleeved separately to avoid confusion. All cards are clearly marked by Game number or the character they belong to if they're starting cards. In addition to the easy-to-understand 14-page instruction book, each Game has it's own little instruction booklet to easily guide players into setting up the next game and refreshing everyone on rules. The cards are smooth and feature fantastic art from the movies. All the cardboard tokens and components are sturdy and already cut out (except Game-specific tokens), and there are even cool metal skull tokens and four beautiful, clear Hogwarts House die inside. The game box itself is sectioned logically for each game component and even leaves extra space if you want to sleeve your Hogwarts cards.
I highly recommend this for anyone who likes co-op tabletop games, deck-building games, and/or the Harry Potter series!
This is a cooperative deck building game that has 7 Games that build on each other. Kind of a neat concept. (I'm not talking about expansions you have to purchase - everything is included in the box.) You and the other players play as Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Nevile. The object is to defeat the villians (Draco, Quirrel, Lucius, etc.) before the villians take over all your locations. That's the object of the first 2 Games, at least. Because, just like the novels, this game builds on itself 7 times. Game 1 is complete in and of itself, but adding the material of another Game box will change it in certain ways. One of the Game boxes add dice...to a deck building game that starts with no dice. I can't wait to get there!
The board, cards, and tokens are all very good quality. Nothing is flimsy or wanting. The Dark Mark tokens are stellar. Molded in metal, they have a heavy weight and definitely add to the "wow!" factor with this game. After you play each Game box, the cards can be separated out again, or left together by type. (Game 1 has 2 villians, Game 2 adds 3 more, etc.) The game developers thought ahead and even gave us organizer cards if you want to keep everything all mixed together (all the villians together, all the Dark Art Events together, etc.) once you've cracked the box and moved up the Game ladder.
Because of the Game 1-7 add-on feature, this is an excellent intro to Eurogames. It starts off really simple but ramps up after you get used to the mechanics. One of the great perks is that if you have kids just now reading the books, you can play this game with them up to and including the Game box for the corresponding book. That way it's completely relevant to them and nothing is given away for the later books.
Harry Potter is very special to me for personal reasons that go back to 1997. I was an original fan. My hat is off to the developers for creating a solid, enjoyable game for diehard fans!