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ZMG7027 Neuroshima Hex The Post-Apocalyptic Strategy Game by Z-Man Games
Set in a post-apocalyptic age where each player controls one of four armies.
Each army consists of 34 tiles - soldiers, support, special actions. You place them on a board, positioning them for when a battle occurs - and when it does, ranged and melee and special attacks occur.
Neuroshima Hex is a game of tactics, where armies wage continuous battles against each other. It is based on a roleplaying game called Neuroshima RPG published by Portal in 2001. While being familiar with the RPG is not necessary, the players will find it easier to identify with their armies if they have read or played the game. The world of Neuroshima RPG is that of a post-apocalypse world torn apart by a war between humans and machines. The remains of humanity took shelter in the ruins of cities and organized in small communities, gangs and armies. Conflicts between such groups are not uncommon and the reasons of such are numerous: territory, food or equipment. What is more, the ruined cities are constantly patrolled by machines sent from the north, where a vast cybernetic entity, called Moloch appeared. Great wastelands that surround what was left of the greatest cities are home to another enemy - Borgo - a charismatic leader who controls an army of gruesome mutants. One of the last hopes of humanity is the Outpost, a perfectly organized army which wages a guerilla war against MOLOCH. Nevertheless, most human settlements, including the Hegemony, are not concerned with war until it comes banging at their door. Such is the world of Neuroshima. Game Contents: 140 Army Tiles, 4 Mercenray Tiles, 1 Mad Bomber Promo Tile, Board, 4 Army Reference Cards, 16 Wound Tokens, 8 HQ Damage Tokens, Rules.
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One of my favorite tabletop games I own. The strategy is immensely fun. It's like chess but on steroids. Lots of small affordable expansions for this game too. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Derek Smith
One of the best strategy games I played so far. The variation in factions adds a wonderful replay value. Also the more you play a faction the more you get used to its tactics.Published 7 months ago by Mahmoud Mahdi Kout
This game is awesome! My husband and I initially played this game via the iPhone app version and fell in love with it and buying the board game version. Read morePublished 8 months ago by potterpal
Awesome game, but unless you have patient friends, just grab the mobile version. Calculating battles takes a good amount of time, and that's where the mobile versions excel.Published 8 months ago by Mike W
This is a neat little battle game played with hexagonal tiles. I really like the spacial element of the game as each tile does certain things in only certain directions. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tony
I won't go into detail on the actual game itself since that info is readily available.
My son (7) thoroughly enjoys the game. Read more
the player mats are almost unreadable and they needed to be bigger.The box contains almost nothing and its a shame as the game itself is greatPublished 20 months ago by Bruce Manning
Its a fun game centered around violence and strategy. It plays smoothly, its fun, but it can be a very frustrating game as it is almost all about chance. Read morePublished on March 12, 2013 by Orfie