Let’s Play! – Hero Quest by Milton Bradley/Games Workshop

It’s time to roll back to one of the most influential games in the history of Wargaming. In 1989 miniatures took their first big step into the mainstream when Milton Bradley partnered with Games Workshop for a dungeon adventure game that still stands the test of time. This was the entry point for an entire generation of tabletop hobbyists. I’m joined by Owen, Adam and Kris for their first game in almost 30 years of HERO QUEST!

 

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~ by Achilles on June 21, 2018.

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