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Super Dungeon Explore, the world’s first chibi anime strategy battle game is ready for order from Soda Pop Miniatures! Go head-to-head with your party of brave adventurers, or play as the dungeons evil master summoning hordes of minions to battle over who will rule the world of Crystalia. Super Dungeon Explore comes complete with over 50 finely crafted Soda Pop miniatures, full rules, cards, dice, and battle maps to start playing! So much potential to be better.
Okay, so basically, without the expansion that is still not out you basically have one adventure straight out of the box that can be played in different rooms of the same dungeon. Every time you play, it has to be the same monsters. All the map tiles are pretty but they really don’t do too much as far as mechanics differently. So, without any REAL flavor besides some japanime video game it’s the EXACT same adventure every time. This is actually where this game SHINES. If you love miniature games, here you go. So, all the monster and heroes come in different pieces and you have to glue them together and you can even give certain things your own nice little flair to them.
All the monsters and heroes look fantastic after their glued and pieced together. The equipment even has this cool little thing where you can artfully add them on to your character cards. Rules about very similar things are scattered all around it and you better read it like 10 times before you pick up the pieces or some rule is going to need to be clarified in the middle of a game and you’re going to take like 20 min. 3 times to figure out all the rules about one tiny thing. Super Dungeon Explore is exactly what it set out to be, a hack and slash video game on a board instead of a screen. This game was really fun the first 2-3 times I played it.
So what does it bring to the table? It requires between two and six players to play. There are a variety of heroes to choose from, covering all the usual dungeon tropes. Dwarf, elven ranger, thief, barbarian, scorceress, paladin, healer, druid. The players pick what kind of crawl they wish to embark on.
At first glance, the game looks pretty simple, however, there is a great deal of depth to the strategy in the game, both on the side of the consul, and on the side of the players. The game really becomes it’s most exciting when playing with a group that has played a few times. As the consul, there are a ton of options as to how to try to kill the heroes down, and an experienced consul can easily wipe out inexperienced players quickly. The rules are remarkably simple for such a deep game. Attacks and defense are made with a number of colored dice with varying numbers of stars on them. For example, you might roll 3 blue dice for attack, and the consul might roll 2 blue for defense. Things like range are very simple, if you have an 8-square range, you just count out 8 squares, diagonals, etc.