Renegade Game Studios has managed to put the Power Rangers on the table courtesy of Power Rangers: Heroes of the Grid, and now they’re bringing the Power Ranger universe to deckbuilding. The Power Rangers Bridge Building Set is now available for pre-order here, and you can get the game and some Renegade exclusives for $ 45. The Mighty Morphin Founders set will give you the base game and three exclusives, which include the Mighty Morphin White promo pack, alternative HP / Energy trackers, and a double-layered Zord Bay tile. The latter two are quite stylish but don’t change the gameplay, but this White Ranger promo pack is one of the fans who will definitely want to hang on.
This is because the main hero lineup includes the main five Rangers and the Green Ranger, so this is the only way to get the White Ranger right now. The promo pack will include the oversized character card, his signature Saba item card, a Tigerzord Zord card, 2 portal bomb gear cards, and 2 flying jump maneuver cards.
We will have our full impressions of the Power Rangers bridge building game soon, but it features a fast paced pace and a very easy to use set of rules. Renegade has done a wonderful job bringing the Power Rangers IP into a deck builder, especially when it comes to Morphing and Zords, which feel as big and powerful as they should be and have a direct impact on gameplay.
The game is 1v1 or 2v2, with one side playing like the heroes and the other side playing like the villains. Both sides have unique mechanics that make them very different in their playstyle, and thanks to the simplified rules, you will sooner rather than later enjoy the more advanced mechanics, which will make you truly feel like the Ranger or the villain you are. represent for it. particular game.
The object of the game is to reduce the opponent’s health from 30 to 0, but if there are no more cards in the main deck, the one with the higher health wins the game.
The base set will focus on Mighty Morphin, but thanks to a very successful Kickstarter, we imagine it won’t be a hard sell to add more content to the game, which will hopefully include more teams across the board. line.
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