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JIM HENSON´S LABYRINTH - THE BOARDGAME
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Will Sarah manage to defeat Jareth and his Labyrinth, or will the Goblin King turn little Toby into a goblin babe? You have thirteen hours to find out! Play with up to four friends in this fun family board game based on the classic Labyrinth movie by Jim Henson.
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The game starts at the scene where Sarah has gotten lost in the labyrinth and falls into the Oubliette. Hoggle, Didymus and Ludo each start at the other three corners of the board. From here, it's a bit like a cooperative version of Talisman, where everyone is moving around an outer circle taking on challenges, until a card flips that allows access to the inner board (Goblin City), and finally to Jareth himself. All players in a shared space get to roll dice for skill tests and keep the highest result, or if it fails, any player in a shared space can discard a willpower token and roll the mighty d20. Essentially, players spend most of the game trying to get into a shared space, and have enough combined willpower to be able to defeat the goblins when the gate opens. This all requires some light strategy, with some risk and a little luck.
Note that if you have fewer than 4 players, all 4 characters are still on the board taking actions, so someone will be playing as 2 of them. A 5th player can play against the group as Jareth by drawing 2 event cards on everyone's turn and choosing the ones the players will face. It's best with exactly 4 players, which will limit the appeal for some people.
The endgame is the real downer here. I realize that thematically, Sarah has to ultimately face the Goblin King alone, but the way this mechanically plays out leaves winning or losing the game up to a die roll, and the other players can only watch. It parallels the climax of the movie, but it is terrible game design to have everyone strategically cooperating for an hour, only to make it to an ending where one player alone wins or loses for the entire group based on nothing but luck. At the end, everyone NOT playing as Sarah was just sort of like, "Oh, really? So how can we help you? We can't? Um...that's weird, but okay, go for it I guess." Normally I would prefer to play a board game with 3 or 4 friends instead of watch a movie, but in this case I'd rather just watch Labyrinth.
Players can choose to team up which has pros and cons or stay separate to achieve certain goals. In the end, it works out better if you're together (just like the movie!) and you have more choice when fighting the Elf King in the end. And yes, David Bowie's character replica also has a noticeable bulge.
The game doesn't take long to get through, probably 20-40 minutes of play time depending one ages and attention to the game. All the pieces are well crafted and the level of skill required is fairly open. Lots of fan service in a way that's meaningful to the gameplay and all around fun for everyone. Jim Henson and Bowie would be proud.