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Titan


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  • 2 to 6 player game
  • 2 to 4 hours to play
  • Art by kurt miller and mike doyle
  • Tactical board game
  • Fantasy mythological theme
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 10 x 12 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: 1427616493
  • Item model number: 004VLY
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 10 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #214,165 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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Titan is a full-out monster slug-a-thon, in which players must be prepared to sacrifice their creatures to cause maximum damage to their opponents. Players take the role of the Titan, and roam the board attempting to recruit bigger and badder monsters to fight for their legions. But just as your own army grows, your opponents themselves will be seeking the clash of battle, and there can be only one true Titan. Titan is played on a main gameboard, where armies are recruited, and positions set. When two armies meet, the action transfers to a battleboard, where the opposing forces battle for position and power. Only the strongest monsters will survive, bringing both points and glory to their Titan.

Product Description

Is a parallel import goods. Japanese translation is not attached. Please use the Japanese translation of the public over the internet.

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These make game play much easier.
Ballpark Frank
We kept going back to my Gorgonstar box, because the pieces were bigger, and the board was really nice.
Amazon Customer
The game is built very sturdy (hence the weight) and has beautiful artwork.
C. Hicks

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By C. Hicks on July 16, 2009
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When I got my Amazon package, my first thought was "WOW, this is heavy! I wonder what else is in here besides the game?" Well, it was simply the game. The game is built very sturdy (hence the weight) and has beautiful artwork. It is clearly designed to take serious use and hold up. It is much sturdier than the original Avalon Hills version.

Titan is a game people will either love or hate. It is an excellent recruit and fight strategy game. It's weaknesses are that it can take several hours to play through a game and that if you die early on, well, tough luck-- you can watch every one else for the next few hours. It's not really a game for the casual gamer, but great for those really into gaming.

All in all, I would say that this edition is a very worthy remake of Titan and well worth the cost to those who like this game or this style of game.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Frank P. Coleman on May 23, 2010
This is an EXCELLENT re-release of the classic strategy board published by Avalon Hill.

Finally a collector who simply enjoys owning a game to play it need not scour the Internet and bid on a horribly overpriced used copy of the original! Though it's not a collector's item it is a set you won't be afraid to travel with and actually enjoy.

This product faithfully reproduces the look and feel of it's predecessor, with a few tasteful updates: The artwork is more detailed and printed in rich full color. The game's components are made from heavy high-quality laminated cardboard. The Masterboard (main game board), Terrain Boards (battle boards) and Creature Counters are all solid die-cut pieces that fit neatly and snug into a plastic storage tray (included). The entire game fits perfectly back into it's sturdy box even after it's punched out and put together.

Titan is THE fantasy war game for board-game enthusiasts. If you haven't played Titan, you need too! I'm not going to get into the rules and details here, because you can look them up anywhere on the net if you're really that curious. Game-play can be complex and game time is lengthy, but well worth it. The real attraction of Titan is the fact that it's several games in one. As you move about the board and your growing legions meet their conflicts are broken down into actual battles on a separate game board. It makes the game far more interesting and intensifies the strategy aspect ten fold when you're forced to consider things like troop makeup, terrain, mustering and the special powers and abilities of each creature.

If you haven't played it, I recommend you do! This is the perfect game for a rainy afternoon, especially if you have two to six bored and very competitive players on-hand.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Ballpark Frank on August 20, 2009
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Functionally, this is the same "A-List" Game that was marketed by Avalon Hill back in the Late 1970's-Early 1980's. However, there has been the addition of several game aids that have made important improvements to the original game, such as a Score Board, and Terrain Type "Cheat Sheet". These make game play much easier. Additionally, and most importantly, the New Artwork has made the game very stunning in appearance. All in All, It's FANTASTIC!
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kevin P. "Enthusiast" on April 20, 2011
The quality notwithstanding...I was severely underwhelmed by this game.

Yes, there's a lot you need to know about it, and yes I gave it many (many too many) plays before I gave up.

Here's the low-down in a few easy points:

You have a Titan. If your Titan dies, you're out of the game and get to watch for a few hours as people finish up. This game has a lot of a "Risk" feel to it. And it shares all of the flaws of Risk at the same time. But your Titan has Legions to defend it, and you can muster more if you land on the right land types. This is an interesting mechanic, as different land types produce different unit types. They produce a "tree" on each land type. So multiple units of one kind can muster one more powerful type, and multiple units of the more powerful type can combine for an even more powerful type. This would be a great mechanic....but it's all based on the roll of the die to get to those land types, so you can't really strategize if the die screws you over, then someone else beats you down if you miss too many rounds of mustering to follow up the way you want to go. If you just go with whatever the dice gives you, your forces can be...underwhelming.

I'm sure that there's some sort of strategy, but I found many games where I'd be sitting on the base units or second tier units and others had already upgraded two or three times just because I couldn't roll what I needed. That was pet peeve #1. It's extremely frustrating.

In another interesting mechanic all combat takes place on side boards specifically based on the terrain type you're on. That was pretty cool. Certain units get bonuses in different terrain types and the special types of hexes that can be in terrains (such as bogs in swamps). Now to pet peeve #2.
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I have had the pink boxed original for over 30 years. This is a great reprint and it is beautiful. It is much bigger and heavier than the original. There are really nice touches throughout the game like the tray to hold the pieces and even a legend printed on the underside to show where they should go back. Really nice job.

This is definitely not a typical "beer and pretzels" or "euro" game. You can learn to play in a few hours, but it will take years or decades to really master the game. The movement, recruiting, and battle are all complicated, but not impossible. It is best to learn with an experienced player.
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