s answer to Hero Quest
and Warhammer Quest
. Dragon Strike is D&D
as a boardgame
Essentially a clone of Hero Quest, Dragon Strike did add more rules and dice to the mix. Along with these differances was the addition of 4 playing boards instead of the 1 generic board that Hero Quest used.
Each of the boards described a differant area: Town, Castle, Forest and Cave. The game included an adventure book that described differant scenarios in each of the regions.
Also included in the box was an introductory video
. Terrible Computer effects, lousy acting and a Game Master
that yells "Now You're Getting Into It!" everytime one of his players tries to act like their character. Filmed in front of a bluescreen, the video also featured American Gladiator Malibu
as the Warrior
, with several unnamed actors in the roles of Wizard, Thief and Elf.
If you can find a copy, the game is worth picking up for a couple hours of fun. But if you have the choice, go with Hero Quest.