Judge Dredd: Helter Skelter

Judge Dredd: Helter Skelter

Wildlands,Osprey Games
  • Author: Martin Wallace
  • Illustrator: Clint Langley, Rufus Dayglo, Simon Fraser, Chris Weston, Wietse Treurniet, Ian O'Toole, Brian Bolland
  • Short code: OSG
  • Publication Date: 31 Oct 2019
  • ISBN: 9781472836694
  • Format: Game
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This title is not yet published. The date it is expected to be available from is 22 Oct 2019. It is only available for preorder.

$85.00

About this Product

Something in the multiverse has shattered, and now the universe is bleeding. Throughout Mega-City One there are reports of invaders wreaking havoc. Celtic barbarians in Ezquerra Block. Russian nobles in Apetown. And rumours of fragments of other universes, waiting to be claimed.

Head to the streets of Mega-City One with Judge Dredd: Helter Skelter, a new miniatures board game combining Martin Wallace's critically-acclaimed Wildlands rules with the worlds of 2000 AD. Four unique factions bring iconic characters from Sláine, Nikolai Dante, and Strontium Dog crashing into Mega-City One, all intent on finding the shattered fragments of their own universe and crushing anyone who gets in their way.

Things are going to get rough, but one thing is certain. No matter what universe you are from, you still have to answer to the Law!

Players: 2-4
Ages: 14+
Playing Time: 30-60 minutes
Contents: 20 unique ink-washed miniatures, 188 cards, double-sided playing board, counters and tokens

Biographical Note

Martin Wallace was born in Hampshire in 1962, and started designing board games in 1990. He self-published his first game, Lords of Creation, in 1993 and has had over seventy games published since. Martin is best known for Steam, Brass, Discworld Ankh Morpork, and A Few Acres of Snow. Having spent most of his life in Manchester, he now resides in Queensland, Australia.Illustrations for the four factions are by well-known 2000 AD artists Rufus Dayglo, Clint Langley, Simon Fraser, and Chris Weston, with Brian Bolland providing the illustration for the cover.Graphic design for the game is by Ian O'Toole, with board art from Wietse Treurniet.The miniatures are sculpted by Bobby Jackson, David Lee-Whitaker, and Jason Wiebe.

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