Dieser knochenbrecherische Sport bietet 23 spielbare Rassen, jeweils mit eigenem Kampfstil, Spezialmanövern & mehr!
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Veröffentlichung: 11. Okt. 2012

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"Eine strategisch komplexe, herrliche Persiflage, die den American Football auf das konzentriert, was alle wirklich sehen wollen. (aus c't 15/09) "
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7. August 2014

BLOOD BOWL ENTERS THE PITCH... ON IPAD AND ANDROID TABLETS!

Summer vacation? Before leaving, equip your cleats, don your helmet, grab your dice and bring the field with you!

Blood Bowl is now available on iPad and Android tablets!
>> Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.focushome.bloodbowlandroid
>> iPad: http://itunes.apple.com/app/blood-bowl/id885017273?mt=8
>> Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Focus-Home-Interactive-Blood-Bowl/dp/B00M8CQ3JK/

This handheld version will let you bring the fierce matches of Blood Bowl with you, wherever you travel!



Assemble your team from among six fantastic races in the Warhammer universe (Humans, Orcs, Dwarfs, Skaven, Wood Elves and Chaos). Each race has its own strengths, weaknesses and numerous opportunities to develop which will lend an immense tactical depth to the game.

Immerse yourself in single matches in Solo Player mode to enjoy fun, fast games, or set off to conquer the Blood Bowl in the extensive Campaign mode. Develop your team and players by gaining victories and experience as you progress in the game.

In Multiplayer you can compete against a friend on your tablet in "Hotseat" mode, or launch yourself into the vast online world in a massive permanent league where you can create and develop your teams. Play against Blood Bowl players from all over the world on iPad, Android tablet or even PC!

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“Blood Bowl is a rare treat - and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.”
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Über dieses Spiel

Blood Bowl basiert auf dem Fantasy-Universum von Warhammer und ist eine ultrabrutale Kombination aus Strategie- und Sportspiel.

Die Chaos-Edition beinhaltet 23 spielbare Rassen, davon 3 brandneu, wobei sich jede Rasse völlig anders spielen lässt! Stellen Sie ein konkurrenzfähiges Team zusammen, trainieren Sie es und kaufen Sie die beste Ausrüstung. Erringen Sie einen brutalen Sieg nach dem anderen, verbessern Sie die Fertigkeiten Ihrer Spieler und machen Sie aus ihnen wahre Blood Bowl-Legenden! Auch wenn Sie eher auf Taktik setzten, heißt das nicht, dass es weniger blutig zur Sache gehen muss: Sie können sich eine breite Palette an bösartigen Aktionen zunutze machen, darunter Schiedsrichterbestechung, zerstörerische Zauber und illegale Waffen.

Drei neue Rassen halten in der Chaos-Edition ihren triumphalen Einzug: die heimtückischen Chaoszwerge, die verstoßenen Spieler der Unterwelt-Teams und – zum allerersten Mal bei Blood Bowl – die Dämonen des Khorne! Die Zuschauer im neuen Stadion der Echsenmenschen freuen sich schon auf die neuen Teams und den neuen packenden Spielmodus „Weltmeisterschaft“: Nehmen Sie an einem prestigeträchtigen Wettbewerb teil und führen Sie Ihr Team von der Qualifikationsrunde ins blutige Finalturnier!

Blood Bowl kann auch online gespielt werden. Erstellen Sie Ihr Team, verbessern Sie es und führen Sie es an die Spitze der offiziellen Rangliste! Gründen Sie Ihre eigene private Internetliga und organisieren Sie Turniere!

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:
    • Betriebssystem:Windows XP SP3/ Vista SP1/WINDOWS 7/WINDOWS 8
    • Prozessor: AMD/INTEL DUAL-CORE 2.4 GHZ
    • Speicher: 1024 MB (XP)/2048 MB (VISTA/7/8)
    • Grafik:128 MB 100% DirectX® 9 und Shader 2.0 kompatibel (NVIDIA GEFORCE 6600 / ATI RADEON X700 oder höher) Nicht kompatibel mit SLI. Intel, SIS und Via/S3G Grafik Controllers nicht unterstützt
    • DirectX®:9.0
    • Festplatte:8 GB HD frei
    • Sound:DirectX® 9 kompatibel
    • Zusätzliche Informationen:Internet Verbindung vorausgesetzt für Online-Spiele.
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6 von 7 Personen (86%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
129.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. September 2014
Football trifft Warhammer

In diesem Spiel geht es um mehr als nur den Sieg, es geht auch darum, dass ihr euer Team lebend wieder herausbringt und dem Gegner den Sieg so teuer wie möglich macht. Von Knochenbrüchen über eingeklemmte Nerven, bis hin zu ausgestochenen Augen oder Tod ist alles möglich.
Dabei basiert das Spiel auf der Brettspielvorlage und verlangt von euch vor allem Risiko-Management. Denn alles basiert auf Würfeln und somit kann alles passieren. Dazu kommt noch eine Vielzahl an Teams, die sich auch tatsächlich unterschiedlich spielen. Auch wenn das alles großartig klingt, hat das Spiel doch einige technische Schwächen. Darum nur eine 7/10.
Wer trotzdem zugreifen möchte, der sollte sich überlegen, ob er nicht lieber auf Blood Bowl 2 wartet, das gerade in der Mache ist.
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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
53.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. Januar
Geniales Spiel, macht total viel Spass und es ist total Spannend da in einem Match jeder Zeit etwas unvorhersehbares passieren kann zb.: der Spieler bricht sich kurz vor der Touchdownzone das Bein usw., Blood Bowl ist American Football in der Fantasy-Welt von Warhammer, ein anspruchsvolles rundenbasiertes Taktikspiel, bei dem es genau so wichtig ist, den Gegner zu Boden zu schicken, wie den Ball zum Touchdown hinter die Linie zu bekommen, man hat 23 Rassen bzw Teams (Menschen, Orks, Untote, Elfen, Echsenmenschen, Oger usw,) zur Auswahl, jede Rasse hat ihre Vor-und Nachteile, man darf sogar sein eigenes Team erstellen, allerdings hätte ich mir doch einen etwas umfangreicheren Teammanager gewünscht, sein eigenes Team durch die Kamgange zu spielen macht besonders viel Spass, dabei ist die, sogar leichte KI, sehr stark und bis man einmal das Spiel verstanden hat muss man so manche Niederlagen in den Kauf nehmen, aber sobald man den Dreh raus hat macht das Spiel total viel Spass, aber auch im Multiplayer oder per Lan/Hotseat macht das Spiel jede Menge Spass, es gibt auch Online Turniere, Meisterschaften mit echten Spielern.

Das Spiel sollte sich auf jeden Fall mal jeder anschauen, und ist wahrscheinlich für Warhammer Fans ein "must have" TItel, ich bin zumindest mit dem Spiel voll und ganz zufrieden.

Freue mich schon total auf Blood Bowl 2, hoffendlich wird beim zweiten Teil der Teammanager umfangreicher.
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1 von 2 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
47.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. Dezember 2014
Das Spiel ist ein bisschen wie Himmel und Hölle.

Hab bis jetzt nur das Solospiel angeschaut und die hot-seat Variante.

Mein Eindruck dazu:
Ich finde den Einstig ins Spiel nicht ganz einfach, aber dafür ist der erste Sieg dann um so schöner.
Ich spiele fast nur die Einzelspiele (Um alle Rassen mal kennen zu lernen) und das macht mir einen reisen Spaß.
Schwieriger ist, je nach Rasse, der Kampagne Modus. Der kann wirklich leicht frustrieren. Ist im Einzelspiel eine grauenhafte runde ärgerlich kann das in der Kampagne zu Katastrophe für dein Team werden.
Ich denke da ein legendäres Spiel, meine Dunkelelfen gegen die Echsenmenschen. Ich bin leicht angeschlagen ins Match gestartet (mein Kader hatte zu viele Verletzte) aber die erste Halbzeit ohne Gegentreffer überstanden. Dann Anstoß zur zweiten Halbzeit und ich habe nach der ersten Runde meine Hexenkriegerin verloren (Tod) und einen meiner Blitzer verloren (auch Tod). So was kann dir jeder Zeit passieren, einfach 2 mal schlecht gewürfelt und ein mieses Match endet für dein Team in der Katastrophe.
Das beschrieben Szenario kann dich mit jeder Rasse Treffen aber mit unterschiedlicher Wahrscheinlichkeit und oft auch nicht so Katastrophal.
Heißt meine andere Kampagne mit Nordmännern läuft gerade recht gut. Aber das Frust-Potenzial ist bei der Kampagne doch recht hoch, aber wer damit umgehen kann (oder mit Save und Load solche Momente vermeidet ^^). Der kann auch in der Kampagne großen Spaß haben.
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1 von 2 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
14.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. Dezember 2014
Love the Tabletop and the Game captures the experience quite well - even the frustration of multiple 1's in sequence ;)
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15.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. August 2014
Blood Bowl: Chaos Edition

Many people will tell you that Blood Bowl is unfair. Other people will tell you the RNG is rigged. Yet other people will defend it with their lives. Blood Bowl is just not a game that respects you, especially if you go out there and try to win by murder. It will spank you, waterboard you and then anally invade you with spiked baseballbat that has glasshards glued on for good measure.

I have had my trial by fire on the boardgame and got butchered by experienced players. It was enough to not want to play anymore, mostly because of the discussions with the rulebook in hand. Yet, I was also constantly drawn back to it until I got absorbed by Epic and built myself a nice Eldar army.
But then I got the 360 version and was hit over the head with a game that applies the rulebook to a fault. No more sneaking stuff past my opponent, no more obfuscating the rules with 'you're interpreting the rules wrong, muppet!'. Instead, I got steamrolled over and over again, until I wised up and started to take the full time allowance on a turn, always trying to get at double dice on every action that needs them. I begun to make progress, but the on-line was so horrid I turned away from the game.

Today, I decided to buy the Chaos Edition for PC on a whim. Fact is that I'm not that into GW-games anymore. I sold off my hobby some time ago, mostly because I outgrew the demographic. Whenever I walk into the GW-store, I feel like a child-molester for one and inviting a kid over to play a game of Epic just has too many negative connotations to it.
Getting back in the saddle was easier than I thought, but much of that is in selecting the team that supports my play-style instead of a team that looks bad-♥♥♥ but is a dog to manage.

Blood Bowl looks very pretty to my eyes. Cyanide did not go for flashy imagery but instead kept it simple and to the point. Game music is likewise utilized and during the matches there is a duo-presentation by two dudes who sadly will have run out of new things to say after you've played a few matches.

I have not yet played with the Blitz rules, opting to play Classic-rules (Read GW-authentic) instead. The Classic-rules play by the boardgame rules and follows that ruleset to the letter, which results in nailbiting matches, as long as you play on Hard. I don't say this to be leet. On Easy, you'll win. On Medium, the AI will anally probe you. On hard, the AI gets slammed by the rules as hard as you are. How that can be, I don't know. The game was like this on the 360 too.

Winning thus depends on team-choice and choosing a team should be a factor of your playstyle. For me personally that meant a choice between the Dark Elves or the Amazons. After having tried a few games with the Dark Elves I noticed that I couldn't pull off miracle plays with them. I like to dodge and play a passing game and the Dark Elves are the proverbial team for that. (Still the best DLC I bought on the 360.)
I started over, going for the Amazons this time, who all have Dodge as a natural skill. At first I felt it was hopeless, but slowly I was getting the results. After being butchered a few times, I got a handle on the Amazons and started to fight the AI to a stand-still. Some time later I managed to win a match with a miracle play, passing the ball from the midfield-line to a Catcher in the end-zone.

Blood Bowl is not an easy game. One of the first things a new player should learn is that tackle-zones are the backbone of Blood Bowl. Each pawn on the field has a tackle-zone, consisting of 8 squares around that pawn. Pawns that have overlapping tackle-zone empower eachother, making offence and defence easier. For offence, blocking an enemy pawn is a snap if it has base to base contact with other pawns that are friendly to you. For defence, understanding that tackle-zones are only good for enemy pawns entering it is key.

As you play matches, your players will level up, provided they did something that gives them points. There are many ways a player can get EXP and not all of them are obvious. Blood Bowl does however apply them according to the official boardgame rules (if you play Classic, which I recommend.) and does so rigidly. Should you ever question the game's judgement, crosscheck the decision with the ruleset, which is included in the game. I have not been able to fault it sofar.
Leveling your players up will allow you to give your players extra skills. There are loads of skills, but not all of them will suit your players or your style. Take the time to read the description of skills. But most of them are obvious. The first extra skill a Catcher should get is Sure Hands. A Runner should get Sure Feet quickly. A Blitzer should keep an eye out for Break-Tackle.

Blood Bowl comes with a hefty Single Player experience. First there is the tutorial. This is scripted as heck and it won't allow you to experiment. But for new players it does open the game a little, though it won't go into specifics. Therefore it's better to play a few exhibition matches after you've done the tutorial.
The Exhibition matches are perfect for experimenting, because they don't have a persistent effect on your team. Work on your starting set-up and watch the AI closely. Here you get the goods on how teams are played, which is unvaluable information for the other game-modes. Many tactics the AI employs are also good to use by you.
Begin a Campaign is a set mode where you buy the team of your choice (or field one of your existing teams) and try to reach the top of the different leagues and tournies.
Begin a Competion is like the Campaign, but now you set it up to your specifications before you start play.
Story Mode is very different as you're free-agent coach who coaches teams that need your expertise. This time, the focus is on you and your managerial skills. And you'll be tested. Hard.
World Cup is like the wolfmother of Blood Bowl. Hear you must lead your team to greatness entering nothing but tournaments and your goal is to eventually qualify for the ultimate event.
All these modes can't be completed in a single evening. These modes are all in depth and content rich and successfully completing them will take your dedication and test your motivation.

Don't go into this game believing that you'll trash it on your first match. Learn from the AI, see how it handles ball-possession and see how it defends. A wise man once said that no one ever learned something from winning and nowhere is this more true than in Blood Bowl.

-Do safest actions first.
-Do less safe actions second.
-Do dangerous actions last.
-Always guard your ballcarrier.
-Buy re-rolls pre-game over stuff like Bribes and Bloodweiser Babes.
-Cheerleaders and Coaches are the most helpful during kick-offs. Look for other things to buy first.
-Use fouls and bribes to disable enemy keyplayers, like Catchers, Throwers and Runners. Don't waste them on rank and file.
-Try to use all your re-rolls in a half, they get replenished at half-time. Re-rolls are instrumental to your play, so don't let them go to waste, use them as needed and don't be frugal with them thinking that you'll get a better chance to use them later.

I love digital Blood Bowl, but the love took a wile to take hold. Blood Bowl rewards the patient, thinking player and it really opens up to those that stick with it and gain skill. Once you get past the disappointment of playing a game that won't let you win and start to recognize what works and what doesn't, Blood Bowl is one of the more rewarding games to play.

For those that want to always win and who want to be leet 24/7, Blood Bowl has little to offer.
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9 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
99.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. September 2014
REVIEW HAIKU

One step from the line

Your ball carrier falls down

Leaving you bitter
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20 von 25 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 21. Dezember 2014
I started the North American TTS League and even after giving up being the commissioner I still cast games of Blood Bowl from them. This is a true to life adaptation of the Blood Bowl board game and will not disappoint you fans out there.

However for folks that don't know anything about the game, there is a LARGE learning curve that even single player still doesn't teach you correctly.

Here's the most recent game from the NATTS league and see for yourself:

http://youtu.be/aPM5vwg2WLE
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21 von 29 Personen (72%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
95.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. November 2014
Only sports game i care about.

I think it's a sport...

I mean, there is a ball if you feel the need to push it around.

Oh and cheerleaders!

Who would bring cheerleaders to an execution!?

Unless it was a sport right!!?
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14 von 19 Personen (74%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
81.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. Oktober 2014
BB has its bugs (still). BB has a horribly atrocious UI (especially in online multiplayer/league management). It may take a while to figure out how to even get to play a match. I haven't given the real-time mode much of a chance, but I haven't heard good things. Oh and let's not forget the single player AI is pretty terrible. Any veteran of turn-based strategy games

With all that ugly. This game is one of my top 10 games. I would expect most turn-based strategy players to really enjoy this game. The strategy and depth between teams while maintaining balance is fantastic. I suppose that happens when a game's rules have been evolved over decades. Setup a league with a few friends, and you will find your group endlessly discussing tactics.

Be forewarned! Everyone's luck sucks in the game! It is maddening and frustratingly awesome. I constantly swear that the RNG gods are against me in every match. It is a game of weighted risk management. As your team evolves, new unique dynamics to your team emerge. It gives every team a personality. You will have some pretty big emotional highs and lows every time your team steps onto the pitch!
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8 von 10 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 25. November 2014
Incredibly steep learning curve. Oh yes indeedy. If, like me, you have never played blood bowl on the tabletop then be warned, you will be smashed down harder than you have ever been smashed down by a video game.

Despite that, once you get the hang of it, it does become very fun. You might even win and those wins, oh boy those glorious wins. Campaign mode is the best underdog story you'll ever see (with your team as the underdog) and story mode will test you to the point you rage quit over and over and over.

Killed a bloodthirster with a skink 10/10.
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9 von 12 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
78.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. August 2014
This game is absolutely irritating and nerveracking. It will cause you mental instability and it will laugh as every single one of your players fall over dead. But it is fantastic.
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1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
24.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. Januar
Considerably cheaper than the table top version.
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
104.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Januar
I have never played Tabletop Bloodbowl so I will not compare the two.

Blood Bowl: Chaos Edition takes American Football, throws the rulebook out the window and adds in the Warhammer universe. All while your fate is decided with the roll of the dice..

This is like the ultimate luck simulator. Sometimes ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ plays work... sometimes they don't and you have the worst match in your life.

This is a good game to play with friends or in a small community. Public leagues are ok, but I feel you can have more fun with the first.

I throughly recommend this game.
8/10
Gabemas GabeN
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9 von 15 Personen (60%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
70.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 5. November 2014
It's fun if you've never played the board game version and quite useful if you have.
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 6. Dezember 2014
This is a very entertaining game that has a long term game playability. Unlike many games where you get to the end and your at a loss on what to do next. Blood Bowl lets you move to multi player and begin playing others. It has a good system for multiplayer to learn more advanced game theory beyond what the AI can teach you. It also gives you a chance to begin play in leagues and develop longer term and more developed teams. I love this game and expect to for a long time.
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
105.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. Dezember 2014
Great game and as amusing as the tabletop. I am impressed with how well they kept to the game I have enjoyed for years.
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22.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. Dezember 2014
A bit hard to get the hang of, but a lot of fun when you do!
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57.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31. Dezember 2014
It's Blood Bowl. What's not to like. Haven't tried the fancy "Blitz" rules - just playing the Classic game.

If you're a fan of the "real" Blood Bowl, but can't paint a figure to save your life (like me) or have no friends (like me) or don't have time to set up the table all the time (like me) or just want to sit down and have a quick nostalgic game of horribly wonderful how-can-the-dice-always-come-up-to-my-disadvantage-at-the-most-crucial-moment-in-a-drive (like me) - don't miss out.

Single player is surprisingly enjoyable and competitive - and there's hot-seat multiplayer, so you can deal out some Norse-style smash-mouth Blood Bowl on the big screen in the living room too.

This is Mario Kart for people who never had a Nintendo. Gratuitous swearing, cursing, beer-drinking and Pantera-listening goes very well with this game.
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1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
39.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. Oktober 2014
NFL+Warhammer, que más
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Verfasst: 24. Oktober 2014
The dice are exceedingly unforgiving. My paranoia wants to suggest that the RNG's been messed with to have 1s on 50% of the rolls (this isn't true). If you can put up with the annoyance of rolling 1s on every other roll and having your star players die at every turn, then this is a nice little smash up of combat football and chess.

If Nuffle chooses his favorite and it's not you, prepare to lose to scores like 5-0 and 6-0.
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