Mythic Games: Solomon Kane
Mythic Games kündigt ein kooperatives Solomon Kane Brettspiel an.
Solomon Kane – Ankündigung
Solomon Kane, the first images!
Come see us on the Mythic Games booth at Cannes on Friday and until Sunday to discover the first miniatures and images of the game.
Solomon Kane is a fanatic English Puritan, who feels invested with a divine mission in a dark and Gothic sixteenth century. Tormented and ambiguous, he travels the world to eliminate Evil when he meets him… And he meets him often! Evil can take the form of brigands and criminals as well as ghosts, vampires and other lovecraftian monsters. But where the protagonists of Lovecraft are victims, Solomon Kane arises as a judge and pitiless executioner.
The game designer is Jake Thornton, a famous English author having signed games at Games Workshop and Mantic before joining Mythic Games.
The artist is Guillem H. Pongiluppi, an incredible artist who previously worked on Mythic Battles.
To ensure fidelity and respect for Howard’s vision, we got the licence through Cabinet Entertainment and hired a luxury consultant: Patrice Louinet, a world-renowned expert of this author.
Solomon Kane is a cooperative and narrative game, for 2 to 4 players. It allows to relive the stories of Solomon Kane as described in the short novels. The only notable difference is that players will be able to influence the story. Each player embodies one of the four cardinal virtues (Courage, Temperance, Prudence and Justice), invisible forces capable of inspiring Solomon Kane in difficult times. If Solomon Kane succeeds the adventure, all the players have won. If he fails, the players lost and the Evil scored a victory.
The game will be launched this year on Kickstarter.
Come see our booth in Cannes, we have many surprises to unveil!
You will be able to follow the progress of the Solomon Kane project on this page and on various specialized sites!
To see the video of the first teaser in high resolution, visit our YouTube channel:
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Per Kickstarter soll ein Co-Op Brettspiel für 2 bis 4 Spieler finanziert werden. Natürlich mit entsprechenden Miniaturen.
Quelle: Solomon Kane Facebook