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"Talisman: Prologue joins Ticket to Ride, Ascension and others among the growing pantheon of outstanding digital translations of board games." - Paste Magazine
"Excellent though the gameplay and presentation of Talisman Prologue is, the most remarkable thing about the game is how accessible it is to players of all levels of experience." - Modojo
Talisman Prologue is an adaptation of the classic fantasy board game Talisman by Games Workshop. This version focuses on single player experience.
An epic tale of dice rolling and card drawing takes you on a quest throughout the land to rescue Princesses, slay Dragons and recover lost artefacts. Play through over 50 quests using the Talisman board game rules, and learn the special abilities of all of the characters.
It's important to note that this is NOT a multiplayer game based on Talisman, this is a reworking of the rule-set to allow solo players to experience Talisman in a different way.
Includes 6 bonus characters - Leprechaun, Amazon, Minotaur, Vampire Hunter and Sage
Single player fantasy board gamemegaz | Oct. 23, 2015 | See all megaz's reviews »
Talisman Prologue is a fantasy board game with rpg and strategy features. It offers a good experience while playing it as everyone might have felt playing board games. The main drawback in this one is that it is singleplayer only and playing board games alone is not fun even though the game is really good for what it offers. It is a game mostly to make you enter the game of Talisman: Digital Edition which is the main full game which you can play with other people. I wasn't into board games and in fact video board games seemed much stranger to me but trying it made me have a better opinion regarding this kind of games. Overall it's a simple game for this edition. I would suggest you buy the Talisman:Digital Edition and not this one.
Challenging board gameAlexander26 | May 7, 2014 | See all Alexander26's reviews »
'Talisman Prologue' is the kind of game that, thanks to the way it performs, feels like a good virtual experience (though maybe not as good as the real games with cards, dices and boards). It offers plenty of characters you can choose from, each one having his/her strengths and weaknesses, thus creating a different perspective on how to approach the objective. The card and dice system is pretty fun, as well as the fights with the numerous enemies you encounter (in case you're not lucky enough to avoid them),