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Batman: The Animated Series Adventures Passes $1 Million in Funding on Kickstarter

IDW Games is once again banking on the Bat

Batman: The Animated Series - Shadow of the Bat Board Game (IDW Games)Gamers and fans of the classic Warner Bros. Batman: The Animated Series should be thrilled to see a new Batman: The Animated Series Adventures board game burning up Kickstarter for IDW Games. The game features loads of unpainted miniatures based on the animated series and there are plenty of stretch goals and extra add ons. The game is for one to five players, ages 14+, and plays in around 60 to 90 minutes. The project has passed $1.1 million in funding and you can reserve a copy of the base game, Batman: The Animated Series – Shadow of the Bat, for a $125.00 pledge through March 12th with an expected delivery of this December.

From IDW Games:

Running off IDW Games’ miniatures-driven “Adventures Universal Game System” (AUGS) engine, Batman: The Animated Series Adventures – Shadow of the Bat allows players to take the role of any hero in their roster in the game’s 24 unique missions, which areall inspired by fan-favorite episodes. Even villains can be swapped out in every mission to change up the threats that players will face.

In Shadow of the Bat, 1-4 players take to the streets as Batman, Batgirl, Robin, Commissioner Gordon, and Catwoman, each with their own unique character abilities, skills, and custom dice. They have to work together to take down the likes of Two-Face, The Penguin, Mr. Freeze, The Riddler, Scarecrow, Man-Bat, The Joker, and Harley Quinn. As with other AUGS games, villains can be controlled by the game itself for full co-op play or by a fifth player. AUGS’ modularity means that players can even create their own dream scenarios and teams, including bringing in elements from other AUGS products.

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