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IDW Games

Escape From 100 Million B.C.! Board Game

4.6
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Description

  • Cooperative adventure game with variable player powers!
  • For 1 to 6 players, ages 12 & up
  • Plays in 45-60 min

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Customer Reviews

A hit with our game groupNot too long, not too short, and comical to play cooperative game. 5This is a fun adventure!If you're looking for and Adventure game that offers more than just 'Kill everything, and then fight some more', then this is the right game for you!It really has exceeded my expectations, and I can't sing its praised loudly enough. It's not Mage Knight, and it's not the CRUSHING experience that Robinson Crusoe offers...which is exactly why I bought it!If you're looking for a game that is truly about 'Discover. Adventure, Explore', that you can play with ANYBODY (Board Game Enthusiast, or not) then this may be for you.There are 2 really good Playthroughs on Youtube that you should watch before buying...From One-Stop Coop Shop and from Paul Darcy. Both of those are responsible for my purchase of this game. 5A great game for groups who are familiar with board gamesA great game for groups who are familiar with board games. Fun and cooperative game best with three to five people. Rules do have some inconsistencies but board game geek forums clear it up. Quality game that's fun every time. 5Gotta get back in time!Gotta get back in time! This game is one of the most fun cooperative games we have brought to our gaming group. We enjoy the exploration of tiles and turning over the parts of the map to see what is waiting to surprise you. We did enact some house rules otherwise the game is stacked very much against the players. The time vortex, dinosaurs, artifacts and the time travelers themselves are all very well designed and hilariously thought out. This game takes at least 90 minutes so be ready. The time flies right by and don't leave Doc Brown on the island. There is much thought and detail in this game and it is well worth it. Overall, the game play is fun and full of really funny and interesting moments. Definitely worth it at the discounted price and your game group will enjoy this time trip. 4Four StarsPretty fun game, especially if you like dinosaurs. It's essentially Toejam & Earl set in prehistoric times. 4A1A1 5A fun and funny gameA fun and funny game. People of almost all ages can play, and you can make it harder with house rules pretty easily! 5These stories are fun as they range from the innocuous to the severe ...For the adventurer group out there this is a phenomenal game to play. Escape From 100 Million B.C. puts players in the role of several characters trapped in the past needing to put the time machine back together to go back to their present before a volcano erupts. The game plays One to Six players with unique character roles that allow each player to feel different when playing. Players start with two equipment cards, and their Will tokens equal to their Will state. A players turn consists of moving across the board using their speed movement, and stopping when they encounter an event or creature.The games primary mechanic is moving to each area of the board and flipping tiles to see if they found any of the missing time parts. Sometimes it is equipment or time machine parts, an adventure that they are experiencing, but it can also be the dinosaurs that are roaming in this time period. The board is divided into five different land parts for the players to explore; mountains, flatlands, jungle, swamp, and ocean.The difficulty of the game comes from maintaining a low amount of time paradoxes, because if too many occur than the volcano the time machine is in then erupts and everyone loses. Paradoxes can occur several ways with the first being killing any of the dinosaurs in the game. They are supposed to live out their life and as a time traveler you are trying to ensure that happens. Players will primarily try to run away, or repel dinosaurs with well place shots from their equipment. A second way is leaving any equipment behind in the past. Players need to get through the equipment deck before they time jaunt back to the future, crashing in the past lost the group their valuable equipment. The third way a paradox can be added is at the end of the players turn two dice are rolled and if the numbers match a corresponding time rift then a paradox occurs. A character dying adds a paradox to the track as the professor, creator of the time machine, uses a emergency teleport to save a players life before death. The last way a paradox can occur is because of time rifts. A time rift is a moment in time being opened and a person from another time period landing in the past. These people are sometimes important people in history, JFK or Socrates, and if they are killed or left behind the time line receives a paradox equal to how important they are. If players manage to save most of their equipment, dinosaurs, lost people, and find all their time machine parts they will win. Winning also gives players a story that matches where their paradox track stopped. These stories are fun as they range from the innocuous to the severe time changes.The game deals with every situation with dice rolling which requires a four to six to succeed, and it usually goes against another player rolling against you as they will represent the dinosaur, or skill roll that the players must avoid. Rolls can be mitigated by the use of will tokens which allow players to reroll dice. Also, rolling a six allows the roller to roll an additional dice for every successful number six rolled.Again, this game is incredibly fun and really has that pulp story feel to it. If anyone is into any kind of science fiction this game has great mechanics that reflect the science fiction theme. The one issue that be found is the tiles that are used in the game are stacked into each of the area types, and can cause an issue if all the time machine parts are on the bottom of the stack. The good thing is that the stacks that have the most parts, also most dangerous, are short enough that two players can dig through it. There is no permeant death in the game so players do not have to be afraid of risking themselves. They do risk adding more paradoxes to the track if they die though, but is sometimes worth it. The game quickly jumps along when players get into the swing of what they are trying to find or accomplish. Not all rules were mentioned, but enough of them to give a real idea of the game.For anyone looking to compare this game to something, I would say it is a faster version of Eldritch Horror. It was designed by Kevin Wilson who co-designed Arkham Horror second edition. It does not deal with much story like Eldritch, except for the few Adventure stories, but surviving the land and saving people is the main crux of what the players are experiencing. Great co-operative game that does not allow someone to tell everyone else what to do as players are literally traveling into unknown parts. An Awesome game to add to anyone's collection of group games with a difficulty and fast play. 5Very good fun gameVery good fun game. I got this game for Christmas and have had a blast playing it. It has good re-playability and is a fun experience. Let's face it, time travel and consequences of time travel is a VERY cool concept and this game pulls it off well. Dinosaurs is just another facet that adds to the cool factor of the game. The negative things you will hear about this gam is that its a dice chunker and that the numerous rules are a little hard to follow. Yes - you do throw a lot of dice, but is okay. Yes, there are a lot of rules. The rule book is good, but its just going to take a few plays to get it the rules down. i.e. you just need to experience it. Overall, a very good game that my family has enjoyed over the holidays. 4Theme Theme Theme !Awesome game, very fun! Played 3 times so far with 2 players on thrilling level and we lost every time!! Some rules need clarification (BGG) but no big deal! Great game! Check it out! 4
Escape From 100 Million B.C.! Board Game

Escape From 100 Million B.C.! Board Game

4.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€143,00
Sale price
€143,00
Regular price
€236,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€93,00)