Another video gameadaptation will be released in the Sentinels of the Multiverse series

Another video gameadaptation will be released in the Sentinels of the Multiverse series

Another video game set in the Sentinels of the Multiverse, the co-op board game inspired by comic book heroes, is on its way.

Sentinels of Earth-Prime Digital is an upcoming video game that starts in the same place as Mutants and Masterminds'' tabletop roleplaying game. An adaptation of a board game, Sentinels of Earth-Prime is built on the same gameplay system as Sentinels of the Multiverse, and includes similar themes.

Three to five players will battle in one of four scenarios like Tartarus, the futuristic Farside City, Freedom City, and the fiery Terminus as part of Earth Prime''s lineup of villains.

Sentinels of Earth-Prime is compatible for fans of the multiverse digital board game, thus players will be able to bring their heroes from Sentinels of the Multiverse to Earth-Prime and vice versa.

Green Ronin Publishing and Handelabra Games will co-publish and co-develop Sentinels of Earth-Prime Digital, with Green Ronin being the studio behind the original Mutants and Masterminds tabletop RPG setting, and Handelabra Games being the creators of the Sentinels of the Multiverse video game.

Sentinels of the Multiverse is a card game developed by Greater Than Games, the company behind Spirit Island. Each player has a unique set of cards which will be based on their character. During the game, players will activate cards from their hands, using the powers against the villain.

The villain takes their first turn at the start of each players turn, with players drawing a card from the villain deck, and activating its effect. The players win if they are able to avoid the villains scheme, while losing if the villain is able to complete their win condition or reduce all the heroes'' health to zero.

Sentinels of Earth-Prime Digital''s Kickstarter campaign has gone live until August 22, with a pledge of $15 (13) getting backers a copy of the Steam version of the video, which is designed to work with PCs.

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