Sentinels of The Multiverse Enhanced Card Game (2nd Edition)
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- For 2-5 Players
- 60 minute playing time
- Enhanced second edition
- Sentinels of the Multiverse is a cooperative, fixed-deck card game with a comic book flavor
- Takes about 60 minutes to play
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From the Manufacturer
- 2-5 Players
- Playtime: 60 min
- Ages 8+
- Comprehensive 20 page rulebook
- Bios of Heroes and Villians
Cooperative, Fixed Deck Card Game with Comic Book Flavor
Enhanced Second Edition
Play as one of ten heroes, against one of four villains, and the battle takes place in one of four different dynamic environments.
- Features a much larger box than our original print run, with enough space to hold 578 cards and still have room for all the cards from both the Rook City and Infernal Relics expansions
- Features 36 divider cards, one for each hero, villain and environment from the core game, both expansions and even promo characters.
- The 120 round tokens and 42 rectangular tokens are useful for tracking hero and villain HP, as well as conditional modifiers that can occur throughout the game.
Top Customer Reviews
Sentinels of the Multiverse is a co-operative, super hero themed card game. And I love it. The first edition of Sentinels came out last year and was met with positive and enthusiastic reviews, but there were three general criticisms. First, the game did not scale well. Although the game was designed for 2-5 players, the scenarios each game would totter wildly from ridiculously easy to insufferably difficult based on the number of people playing. Second, the first edition had no way for recording the various hit points and card interactions. These included hit points, damage reductions, and card restrictions; this in turn required players to develop their own system whether that be dice, pen and paper, or even an ios app. Third, the game did not store well in the box, again forcing players to come up with their own solutions.
This, however, is not the first edition of Sentinels of the Multiverse. This is the second, Enhanced Edition, and it addresses each of this missteps from the first printing. First, most of this cards were slightly altered to reflect the number of heroes in the game. So for example, a villain in the first edition would do 4 damage every turn, but in the new edition, he now does X damage each turn where X is the number of heroes in play. Now, it doesn't matter if you're playing with 3 heroes or 5, you'll still have a fun, challenging (and not impossible) experience. Second, this Enhanced Edition contains scores of tokens to record hit points, damage multipliers, and other modifiers that affect the heroes and villains.Read more ›
Each player picks one hero to play and together the players decide which super villain they will be facing. The villain is played by the game itself (the villain's character card describes how the villain will play its cards on its turn. Like each hero, each villain is very different and offers different challenges. For example, one villain pumps out robotic minions that attack the heroes or even heal the villain. The heroes have to try to destroy these minions and take down the super villain. Another villain uses high tech gadgets and inventions to do direct damage to the heroes and even destroy their gear or ongoing powers (this can really put the hurt on the heroes) while trying to use his greatest invention to pull the moon into the earth. The heroes have a limited amount of time to stop this from happening or it's game over.
On top of this, the players also choose a location deck which represents where they will be fighting the super villain.Read more ›
I don't really enjoy paying all the various heroes, but so far, someone I know has. Each of the heroes has a different feel and they all play in different ways. One hero you slowly boost yourself up piling on Ongoing effects, another has you collect strange equipment, yet another increases your power the more cards you burn through. There are heroes that are heavy hitters, some hit lightly but spread the damage around. Others just "mess" with the villains without causing the damage. There's even one that wants to take it in the face himself so he can dish it out. So, yes, More than plenty of variety. I can hardly wait to see what the expansion heroes are like.
There are four villains you do battle against. The first is a straightforward Robot Factory that sits there and spits out robot minions till you can kill them all and then it. It's simple, but it can swarm for some fun. It gets really wikkid when you have a few bots out and some mega guns on the factory itself. Still, it's straightforward. Others include an evil scientist trying to pull the moon into the earth, if you take too long to defeat him, you'll lose and the world will be destroyed. If you do stop him, he puts on the boots himself and gives you a beat down personally. Fun.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A friend of mine owns this game and some expansions, and I enjoyed it so much that I decided to buy it for myself. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Woody
A fantastic Cooperative card game. Each person get to choose a hero to play as while you work together to thrash the forces of evil! Read morePublished 20 days ago by Boby
Bought this as a gift, but got to play it with the recipient. This is a fun cooperative card game where you take down a super-villain bent on destroying the world. Read morePublished 1 month ago by APS
I've reached a sweet spot with my 9 year-old daughter, where she still likes Milton Bradley type games but is eager to play what I buy. I am happy to say she loves this game. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Mellor
I purchased this game as a gift for my BF and I couldn't recommend it more highly. If you are into board and/or card games and/or comics this is the game for you! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rivka