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Players choose from six different combat teams each consisting of two Space Marines with different abilities. Each player receives three Action cards for each of his combat teams. After all of the Space Marines have fallen into formation prepare for the first wave of Genestealers! Action resolution keeps all players involved while the overwhelming odds inspire them to work together to survive. The Action Resolution Phase consists of each player revealing and carrying out their chosen Action. The lowest number card goes first which means Attacks are resolved after Supports. Support tokens enable Space Marines to reroll so make sure to cover your fellow Blood Angels! The Genestealer Attack Phase happens after all the Actions have been resolved so hopefully you thinned out the swarms since you have to roll higher than the number of Genestealers in the swarm to successfully defend. Finally an Event card is drawn to spawn more alien adversaries. Once all the Genestealers have emerged from the darkness its time to move forward drawing a new location card. And then it's back into the fight!
Love Space Hulk as a game and Death Angel gives you a more portable version of that experience. As with other FFG products, component quality is good.Published 4 months ago by N. Allan
Bought this as a present for a friend and has been played a number of times. With a group of 4 of us, we have had a number of difficult games that are quick to setup and seemed to... Read morePublished 10 months ago by James Murphy
This is a very challenging game.
I think it plays equally well as a solo adventure or with a number of players. Read more
I will not lie and say this is an easy game to learn! Whilst the game itself is straight forward to play, the instruction book is very poorly structured, and new players will find... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Matthew
I have enjoyed this game as solo play and as a group. It is great fun both ways but four players is the best as there is strong element of cooperation, but also; if you scratch my... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Magnus Borg
The art work is really impressive and stays faithful to the board game. Its also excellent for multi player or solo games. My husband loved it :)Published on 1 May 2012 by LouFab
Impossible to play if you have any form of colour blindness, oh that will be 10% of your users then, good mind to send it back under the disability discrimination act.Published on 6 April 2012 by Tetsugaku-San