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Asmodee Earth Reborn

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  • After 500 years, two factions emerge from their underground cities into a new world, an Earth reborn from nuclear disaster
  • 12 highly detailed miniatures represent the two factions
  • Playing Time 60 minutes
  • 2-4 players
  • Ages 13+
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Item Weight3.3 Kg
Product Dimensions29.2 x 48.3 x 10.2 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:10 years and up
Item model number7060ZMG
Main Language(s)English
Number of Game Players4
Number of Puzzle Pieces1
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
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ASINB00408P0Y4
Best Sellers Rank 128,768 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.1 Kg
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Date First Available27 Dec 2010
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

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After 500 years, two factions emerge from their underground cities into a new world, an Earth reborn from nuclear disaster. 12 highly detailed miniatures represent the two factions which are: NORAD: military in thinking and origins. Scientists, engineers, add to their strength. SALEMITES: occultists working with cadavers, bringing the dead to life. Soon after emerging, these two factions meet - and it is determined that they can not live together in peace. Earth Reborn offers nine scenarios that take you through missions of rescue, retrieval, escort. Through areas of labs, mansions, towns, and more. Each scenario builds upon the rules of a new chapter: the game system is built like a tutorial: There are core rules to start the game and each chapter offers 1-3 new rules along with a scenario that uses these new rules. The game also contains the innovative S.A.G.S. (Scenario Auto Generating System) where 2-4 players can make their own maps and mission objectives for near infinite replayability!

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After 500 years, two factions emerge from their underground cities into a new world, an Earth reborn from nuclear disaster.12 highly detailed miniatures represent the two factions which are:NORAD: military in thinking and origins. Scientists, engineers, add to their strength.SALEMITES: occultists working with cadavers, bringing the dead to life.Soon after emerging, these two factions meet - and it is determined that they can not live together in peace.Earth Reborn offers nine scenarios that take you through missions of rescue, retrieval, escort. Through areas of labs, mansions, towns, and more. Each scenario builds upon the rules of a new chapter: the game system is built like a tutorial: There are core rules to start the game and each chapter offers 1-3 new rules along with a scenario that uses these new rules.The game also contains the innovative S.A.G.S. (Scenario Auto Generating System) where 2-4 players can make their own maps and mission objectives for near infinite replayabiity!

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0 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Phil on 26 Oct 2011
The rule book is set out in a modular fashion, so learning just a few rules (actions, hand-to-hand combat, movement) you can begin to play without needing to know how equipment is handled.

I would recommend this as an entry-level game to entice your kids into "proper" games. Much like hero-quest could be used to get into WHFB or D&D.
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Amazon.com: 15 reviews
24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
A giant box of fun. 23 Jun 2011
By Hurricanespence - Published on Amazon.com
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The publisher of Earth Reborn calls it a "miniature-based board game with infinite possibilities." I'm not sure that quite does it justice. So hopefully, I can tell you a little about why I think Earth Reborn is worth your time.

Components: Firstly, it must be said, Earth Reborn is a huge box of stuff. When you get it, the box won't even close because of the number of cardboard sheets that need to be punched. The manual suggests that repacking the box is a game in and of itself. The game comes with a ton of modular board tiles that allow for a huge number of different set-ups for scenarios both included and player created. It also comes with detailed miniatures, cards, markers, chits, and a ton of other stuff. The components are all sturdy and work well. The art is colorful and well done. The components with Earth Reborn are phenomenal.

Just as an aside, here's the list of included components from the developer's website:
12 finely-sculpted miniatures and their color base
1 double-sided board frame
91 double-sided Floor tiles
12 double-sided Character cards
31 double-sided Equipment cards
36 Mission cards
48 Order tiles
6 Combat dice
6 Search dice
179 game tokens
4 Player Aid screens
1 Cloth bag
1 Rule Book
1 Background & Scenario Book
1 storage tray

Gameplay: The game itself is played in scenarios. The game comes with a book full of them. They start you off with the basic rules, and you add new rules as you play through the scenarios. This is a nice way to learn the game's system without having to read the whole rulebook at once. The package (and especially the 44 page rulebook) can be intimidating when you open it, but the game teaches you in a very effective way. The scenarios are all quite unique, and they all have their own story and victory conditions. Once you burn through all the provided scenarios, the game includes a system for creating your own on the fly. What's more, the developer's website has tools for designing and sharing elaborate scenarios and map set ups with the community at large. The game is a very tactical experience, and you can expect each decision you make to matter. You'll be doing basic combat missions, rescues, defense missions, and a whole host of others. And because the map, the conditions, the characters, and the length of game changes with each play, you really will be getting a lot of variety. Earth Reborn is almost more of a game system than a single game.

Theme: The theme is based on a post-apocalyptic America that becomes the battleground for two warring factions of survivors. Each character has their own story, strengths, and special abilities. The scenarios all have a story and fit within a timeline. In short, the game is always aware of its theme and story.

Negatives: I have very little bad to say about this game. I do sometimes wish it supported more than 4 players, but that's my preference. The game does also take a while to set up. The modular board is really cool, but it can get complicated at times.

Fun: So, of course, this is the big one. Is it fun? For me, the answer is an easy yes. If you enjoy games that let you make tactical decisions then you're in luck. If you enjoy games with a lot of theme, or games with a lot of variety, you're also in luck. I think there's a lot here to like, and a lot to do.
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
The best skirmish game I've ever played 10 Jun 2011
By David Moore - Published on Amazon.com
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Long story short, I've been playing games for 25 years and this is the best tactical miniatures game I've ever played. If you remember the old computer classics of X-Com or Jagged Alliance 2, you know exactly what the feel of this game is. In short: 2 sides, the culty, zombie-loving Salemites face off in a series of missions against the heroic military survivors of NORAD. As you play through the scenarios you learn the game's mechanics and have fun at the same time! Also includes a way to auto-generate scenarios, once you've played all the included ones. For small-unit miniature skirmishes this game can't be beat. I can't recommend this game highly enough. A masterpiece.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Excellent game 29 Nov 2011
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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This game is semi-complicated. Trying to teach this game to someone else is complicated. Remembering everything that you can do is difficult. Getting someone who you just taught how to play to remember what to do is extremely difficult. This game is meant for 2 players but has a 3/4 player option. Finding someone to play this when you have an established gaming group of 5-8 people every week is completely impossible.

Do I play this game by myself anyway? Yes. Don't I know what I am going to do next? Yes. Do I still do it and love it? Yes. Do I get pissed when I kick my own butt? Yes.

If you can manage to get someone else to be your Earth Reborn life partner then this game is a must have. There is just so much depth and strategy that you will never get bored of it. Jet packs, Freddy claws, mines, bombs, radio scrambling, reanimation, healing, shooting, stabbing, smoke screens, corruption, spying, torture, imprisonment, love, destructible environments, and on and on......

Hell just buy it and never play it. Just read the rule book over and over and fantasize about the fun you would have against a great opponent.

So yeah its pretty cool.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A Variety of Options Without the Complexity 1 May 2012
By William H. - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the first tactical miniatures board game I've ever bought. I searched the internet for a long period of time, trying desperately to find something negative written about the game. There are only two major complaints I've found:

* The game takes a long time to set up
* The graphic design is horrible

While both of these points are somewhat accurate, the game succeeds in spite of them. There are printable maps online if you really don't like hunting for tiles, and you can get custom-made player sheets with much better graphic design for free online. Happy now?

The game itself is a sprawling behemoth. Everyone I've played it with has the same slightly overwhelmed look on their face as they watch me bring out the many game components. However, as soon as we sit down to play, I explain the rules and their worried expression melt away. The bevy of tactical options allowed in this game begins to wash over them. There's a definite "eureka!" moment during the first scenario that happens around the time you bash open your first door.

I've only played to scenario 4 so far. I can't wait to get farther along. Every new scenario teaches two new rules, but they feel more like a little expansion pack. Everything is already there in the game (particularly on the character cards), you just unlock it as you. Kinda like a video game. The game will grow only as fast as you make it; you could forgo any of rules if you don't like them. If you're already familiar with this type of game, jump into scenario 2 or 3 to accelerate your learning process.

I'm extremely happy with this product. I've never painted miniatures for any game, but I'm doing it now.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
So much fun 3 Mar 2012
By Robert - Published on Amazon.com
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My friends are I were looking to get into some serious board gaming and this came up as highly regarded on several sites, most notably the Board Game Geeks forum. We didn't have much (any) prior experience board gaming but weren't afraid to dive into something pretty in-depth. I am glad we dove in head first. The game is very complicated, but eases you into gameplay via tutorial scenarios. The first scenario took the longest because we had to learn all the basics. It took us one night (~4 hours) to learn the basics and play through the first scenario, but it was a blast. Not bad for our first foray into board gaming, I must say. The more you play, the richer the experience gets. It introduces new concepts slowly, and in a way that makes sense given the scenario. Soon you'll find yourself shooting guns, laying mines, tossing grenades, torturing other players, finding awesome gear, planning elaborate strategies... It is awesome.

The actual pieces seem pretty study; it's been through a quite few sessions without any noticeable wear or tear with the exception of the tiny CP pieces. However the CP pieces' looks aren't important, and they can be easily replaced. The figurines are a bit bland so I am in the process of painting them. They are somewhat difficult to paint since they are attached to the plastic bases, but I think you can remove them and then glue them back in. Overall, the quality of everything is pretty high and I think it justifies the price tag.

I don't believe I have any complaints so far. It is a bit of a time sink, but I've enjoyed every minute. I am always dying to find someone new willing to play with me. It is a bit complicated, but it's never overwhelming. The rules make sense and are introduced gradually. I would highly recommend this game to anyone willing to spend some time playing board games.

Be sure to look through the list of known errata! Either on the official site or the Board Game Geeks forum. Doing so might save you a whole load of heartache.
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