Available to pre-order, shipping in September 2021.
Nobody does it better. Introducing the second expansion pack for Legendary 007, the James Bond Deck Building Game. The set introduces another classic Bond film, The Spy Who Loved Me (1977).
Backstory. Face a challenging mix of villains and missions as you are tasked with defeating the evil mastermind Karl Stromberg before he's able to complete his dastardly scheme. The cards in this expansion closely follow the storyline of the 1977 Bond classic and pit 007 again indestructible foe, Jaws. Just like the core set, you must defeat the villains before they can escape and complete the missions or before the danger level rises too high. Like Bond you must be ready, because you can count on a few unexpected twists along the way.
Details. The expansion set has 300 playable cards featuring various facets of the Bond film world. The game features James Bond, Jaws, Russian secret agent Agent XXX and evil mastermind Karl Stromberg. For 1-5 players, aged 14+. Each game takes 30-60 minutes.
How to play. In this game the players are in control. The fate of the world is up to you. You can fight against the forces of evil by yourself or gather a crew of up to four friends. Defeat the evil Masterminds as they lead powerful Villains in an attempt to complete their Schemes to gain power and world dominance!
Each player starts with their own deck of basic starting cards. At the start of your turn, play the top card of the Villain Deck which allows Villains and Missions to enter “On Assignment”, acquire Gadgets, and wreak havoc on the players in other nefarious ways. Then play Hero cards from your hand to generate Attack, Recruit Points, and special abilities. You use Attack to defeat your enemies. You use Recruit Points to recruit more powerful Heroes from “Q Branch” for your deck. Whenever your deck runs out of cards, shuffle your discard pile to make a new deck, including all the new Heroes you recruited. This way your deck gets stronger and stronger over time. Build up enough power, and you can defeat the Mastermind! But be careful: If the players fail too many Missions, the Mastermind wins the game!