Trouble in Templetown – Agents Against the Viruses
Viruses are a well established part of the board game world. We’ve saved the Earth from diseases multiple times: in ancient Rome, in 19th century Iberian Peninsula, and many times in the modern era. Some titles also had us spread the viruses.
I thought it’s impossible to invent something new when creating a game about infections. The team at 2Fat2Fly has proved me wrong with their Trouble in Templetown.
The board game tells a story about a body belonging to a certain man named Stanley. Deep within his cells, viruses invade and are opposed by numerous medicines and antibodies. The conflict quickly turns into a huge scale gang war. Both heroes and villains are portrayed as real humans living in a world inspired by noir movies and 80s TV shows…
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