Atomic Mass Games has gotten a lot of requests to add members of the X-Men to their Marvel: Crisis Protocol miniature game.
It looks like that might be exactly what’s happening.
With an announcement on July 29 (which would be timed for the canceled and now virtual Gen Con) the game publisher is announcing… something.
Speculation is that a new starter set would be announced featuring the X-Men and villains. The announcement a big shock as the company’s already revealed releases are coming to an end leaving a large unknown after.
So, start speculating! What would you like to see with the X-Men?
Norman Osborn, aka the Green Goblin, is going to be riding his Goblin Glider into Marvel: Crisis Protocol.
The figure is a highly anticipated villain and it’ll be interesting to see what other rogues we get from that corner of the Marvel Universe. Currently, Doctor Octopus and Venom have been released. Also coming soon are Miles Morales Spider-Man and Gwen Stacy aka Ghost-Spider.
Atomic Mass Games has been teasing upcoming releases for Marvel: Crisis Protocol and we now have a look at Ant-Man! Like The Wasp, Ant-Man has two different sizes for you to play with, and has us hoping for a “Giant Man” version down the road.
The release of these two figures introduces the “Transform” rule which covers figures which can change form/shape, or size.
Check out the two Ant-Man figures below as well as the new rule:
We have a better look at the upcoming Spider-Man and Ghost-Spider figures for Atomic Mass Games‘ Marvel: Crisis Protocol.
This version of Spider-Man is Miles Morales who started out as Spider-Man in the “Ultimate” Marvel Universe. There, Miles takes on the mantle of Spider-Man after Peter Parker is killed by the Green Goblin. Ghost-Spider is also from a different Earth than the default 616 and under the hood is Gwen Stacy. In that universe, Gwen is bitten by a radioactive spider.
Cards included in this set:
Portals Overrun City With Spider-People!
Team Tactics Card
All Webbed Up
All You’ve Got
It’s expected to be released in the third quarter of 2020 and retails for $34.99.
Marvel: Crisis Protocol debuts November 15 and Atomic Mass Games has revealed one of the more anticipated characters for the miniature game, Thanos!
The Mad Titan comes on a display base of a throne and features him wielding the Infinity Gauntlet with gems!
The miniature game features 40mm models where you can put together teams to do battle! The game allows you to mix and match heroes and villains presenting some interesting team-ups. Since it took an army of heroes to defeat Thanos in The Infinity Gauntlet, we can’t imagine what this character will be like on the tabletop.
The main game retails for $99.95 and includes Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Red Skull, Baron Zemo, and more, as well as terrain and the rules. Expansions available for pre-order include Hulk, M.O.D.O.K., Black Panther & Killmonher, Shuri & Okoye, and Venom. Also available are dice, measuring tools, and a NYC themed terrain pack.
We haven’t had a chance to play Marvel: Crisis Protocolminiatures game at Gen Con 2019 yet. We did get a chance to see the various game boards and miniatures on display for the highly anticipated game. Check out below for what was on display including many of the miniatures coming out for the game.
At Gen Con 2019, Fantasy Flight Games announced Marvel: Crisis Protocol, a new miniature game from Atomic Mass Games. Atomic Mass Games was recently acquired by Asmodee. Atomic Mass Games was founded in 2018.
During Fantasy Flight’s In-Flight report it was revealed that the game is set in the Marvel Universe and is a skirmish miniature game that allows you to form a team of heroes and villains. Yes, you can mix the good guys and bad guys! You can also put together teams and get bonuses. You get to play out your own Marvel stories on the tabletop even down to throwing the terrain allowing the tabletop to evolve.
Spider-Man, Black Widow, and Captain Marvel will be some of the launch miniatures. The miniatures will be hard plastic allowing for high detail, ease of assembly, and durable.
The game will launch in the fall with a core set that will give you everything you need to build your team. Character packs will also be released that add new character, new scenarios, and new tactic cards. The first two are the Hulk and M.O.D.O.K. The game will also see terrain packs with famous locations from the Marvel Universe and will also include multiple modes of play. The first up is Raids where two individuals team up to take on a “boss” controlled by a third player. Narrative campaign sets will also be released down the road.
The game will also launch with Organized Play at stores.