Talisman Digital Edition - The Magical Quest Game for 1 to 6 players. The officially licensed multiplayer version of the classic fantasy adventure board game, Talisman. In Talisman Digital Edition, there are 14 characters a player can control, from the heroic Warrior to the powerful Sorceress.
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Release Date: Feb 25, 2014

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May 5

The Nether Realm - OUT NOW!

The Nether Realm expansion pack has been added. The Nether Realm adds a new deck of extremely challenging Nether cards, and three new alternative endings.

New Features -
Alternative Ending selection - you can now select which endings will be used in a game. When creating a game, if you switch on the Hidden or Revealed Ending house rules, a new button will appear above the rules called Alternate Endings. Press this to view every ending that can be used and toggle them on (green) or off (red) to add or remove them from the possible endings for that game. You can only choose endings that match the type you've switched on in the house rules, for example the Warlock Quests ending cannot be included in the game if you have Hidden Endings switched on because it is a Revealed Ending.

Windows taskbar icon alerts you when it's your turn - a much requested feature from those who like to play Talisman at work (like we do).

Visibility of online games in progress has returned.

General Fixes -
Online invites work on MacOSX.
Various fixes to online stability and game setup.
Cutpurse now discards correctly.
Enrich spell wasn't discarding if it was used and then a Warlock Quest (deliver gold) completed.
Fixed knowing what the last discarded spell was if a game is quit and resumed.
Toads escaping from Jail were sometimes so excited to be free that they rolled the die for movement.
Correct Warlock Quest card shown if you are attempting to replace a quest gained from rolling.
The Weakness spell would become unavailable after the first attack roll.
Fixed a card disappearing if Stasis spell was cast on it twice.
Tweaks to the auto-zoom feature, so it happens less often.
Loyal Companion card was being left on its space if taking a pet meant completing a quest.
Fixed having to ditch another object if you used the Treasure Chest when at your carry limit.
Fixed when spells are discarded if the Elementalist changes his Craft so that he has too many.
Fixed being able to use the Panhandler if you're sharing a Jail cell with another character and you fail to escape.
Fixed having to choose a roll result if you rolled doubles with the Orb of Destiny.
Invisibility Potion wasn't always working correctly.
Disabled the 'attract mode' that appears when the game loads, as it was causing nasty bugs later on.
Removed some full stops.
Armour was being used before a fight, if Metamorph had been cast to change the opponent.
Bounty Hunter could still change standoffs to victories even if something had fought in his place.
Fixed the Amazon losing extra lives if she redoes a battle against an Assassin.
Spells weren't being discarded correctly if you completed a Warlock Quest after buying from the Sorcerer's Square.
The wrong number of Objects were being taken when the Thieves' Guild ending was in play.
Text fixes, including Wanted Poster names.
Fixed an issue with the Gambler using the Luckstone.
Fixed being stuck in a situation where you only had Objects you couldn't ditch, but you were over your carry limit.
Fixed an issue where the Reflection spell wouldn't work against a spell cast by the Grumpy Wizard.
Blizzard was staying in effect for too long if a character was killed during the two rounds and Bloodbath mode was on.

AI Fixes -
Spiteful Imp usage improved.
AI characters are less likely to visit the Enchantress when they have more to lose.
Tweaked the AI's recognition of Warlock Quest difficulty.
Improved usage of the Invoke Favour spell.
AI characters will take Wanted Posters from the Wanted List encounter.
AI better recognises that Ekor and Shiver Nymph will run away when encountered.
Fixed the AI using the Mercenary Follower when fighting an enemy which copies their stats.
AI sometimes gave the Tavern Maid their best Objects when poured a drink.
AI sometimes gave up its best Follower to the Leper.
AI Toad looks turns ahead when deciding where to move to.
AI is more likely to bribe the Bandit if the fight is too tough.
Minstrels weren't always choosing not to fight Dragons when the fight was too tough.
AI recognises that a 10 result at the Temple is useless if there are no Talismans in the Talisman deck.
Improved usage of the Shatter spell.
The AI is less likely to put Trinkets into containers, unless it's worried about someone taking them.
AI sometimes used a Summon spell and then used a Potion to raise its own stats.
AI sometimes used a Potion of Strength before psychic combat.
AI is more likely to not use weapons against Crawling Slime.
Improved Fireball spell usage.
AI won't buy alignment based Wanted Posters if there are no characters of that alignment in the game.

Many thanks to the beta testers who helped us with this expansion, it's much appreciated.

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April 29

New Character Bundles Arriving!

If you haven't purchased all of the extra characters yet, now is a great time to grab what you're missing.

Valve have very kindly allowed us to put some character bundles together, which offer savings on anything you don't own. There is no way to 'pick and choose' which characters to buy, as there is no system for that, so we've created themed bundles as suggested on this forum a while ago.

For each bundle, you effectively get 3 for the price of 2, or 33% off. So, if you don't own any of the 3, you'll get the 3 for the usual price of 2. If you own 2 already and are just missing 1, you'll get 33% off that 1 character.

Here are the bundles -

Magical Ladies - Illusionist, Apprentice Mage and Black Witch

From Mysterious Lands - Genie, Goblin Shaman and Shape Shifter

The Tricksters - Jester, Courtesan and Gambler

Light and Dark - Martyr, Exorcist and Devil's Minion

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“extremely addictive...many hours of fun, faithful to the original”
8/10 – Eurogamer Poland

“Talisman: Digital Edition is the kind of game that you can spend hundreds of hours playing and is for all intents and purposes a solid port of the popular board game. - Vincent Paone of Dad's Gaming Addiction”
9/10 – Dad's Gaming Addiction

“...easy to pick up and play and you don't have to know anything about the board game version to play and enjoy the video game version.”
9/10 – Game Saga

About This Game

Talisman Digital Edition - The Magical Quest Game for 1 to 6 players.

The officially licensed multiplayer version of the classic fantasy adventure board game, Talisman.

In Talisman Digital Edition, there are 14 characters a player can control, from the heroic Warrior to the powerful Sorceress. In this perilous adventure, players battle it out to journey across a dangerous land and be the first to claim the Crown of Command, a magical artefact with the power to destroy all rivals and make the bearer the true ruler of the kingdom. On your travels, you will need strength, courage and some good dice rolls to survive the dangers you face and beat your opponents to the centre of the board.

Features -

  • Multiplayer modes for up to 6 players.
  • Play against AI opponents.
  • 14 characters to choose from.
  • 17 powerful spells to cast.
  • Many expansions available post-release.
  • Detailed, interactive tutorial.
  • Based on the Revised 4th Edition by Fantasy Flight Games

Frequently Asked Questions
What is Talisman?
Talisman is a board game in which you move around the board building up your character’s strength and magic power by battling monsters, finding treasures, completing quests and trying to be the first player to reach the centre space – the Crown of Command.

How is Talisman: Digital Edition different to Talisman: Prologue?
Talisman: Prologue is a single-player only game in which you tried to complete a series of challenges using the rules of Talisman. Talisman: Digital Edition is the full board game experience for up to 6 players, using the same rules as the board game.

Can I play dirty?
That’s at the very core of Talisman! Cast spells at other players to make them miss turns! Steal from them! Turn them into toads! Send powerful allies to do your fighting for you!

How replayable is the game?
The emergent nature of the game means that every game will tell its own tale. The board starts with just the playing pieces and builds up to become a land filled with terrible danger and fabulous treasure! As you move around the board, you must make careful decisions about where to travel as each space can become more dangerous or more helpful as the game progresses. To help you get around, players can use things like teleporting, magic portals and fate, which allows you to re-roll your dice to get different results.

How long is a game of Talisman?
The physical board game can take 2-5 hours with 6 players, but our digital version cuts that down drastically, with an offline 6 player game typically taking no more than 1 hour. Offline and online games can be saved and resumed at any time so your adventures can take as long as you like! We’ve also added some features which decrease the length of games – House rules and Runestone cards. House rules change the basic rules slightly to speed-up the game and Runestone cards, exclusive to this digital edition, give characters extra abilities and allow them to become very powerful much quicker, making for shorter games.

Is there a hotseat mode?
Yes! Look your opponents in the eyes as you face them in deadly combat or sneak up from the shadows and steal their favourite items! All of the fun and social enjoyment of the physical game is captured in the digital version, but with no setup time!

What’s included with the base game and are there expansions?
For the initial purchase, everything that you get with the physical board game is included – all of the characters, spells and adventure cards, plus a few bonuses we've added. Expansions will be added and the first six, The Reaper, The Frostmarch, The Dungeon, The Highland, The Sacred Pool and The City are available to purchase now. These add lots more spells, events, monsters, characters and alternative endings! Extra characters are also available to purchase, including rare characters from Talisman’s history.

Talisman © Games Workshop Limited 1983, 1985, 1994, 2007. Talisman: Digital Edition © Games Workshop Limited 2015. Games Workshop, Talisman, Talisman: Digital Edition, the foregoing marks’ respective logos and all associated marks, logos, characters, products and illustrations from the Talisman game are either ®, TM and/or © Games Workshop Limited 1983–2015, variably registered in the UK and other countries around the world. This edition published under license to Nomad Games Ltd. Nomad Games is the registered trademark Nomad Games Limited. All Rights Reserved to their respective owners.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: 1.6 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 1024x600 resolution
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 600 MB available space
    • Sound Card: On board
    • OS: OS X 10.8
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 256MB Video Memory
    • Storage: 600 MB available space
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( 35.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 27
This game isnt enjoyable without the expansions so if you want to buy it buy at least 2 expansions with it. Vanilla just seems boring,. If you dont like rng then i dont recommender it. And the game has a little balance issues but if you are playing with friends than you can just play without the overpowered weapons/characters so its ok.
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( 66.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
I love the game. I had the paper one, back in my childhood and now I really enjoy this game. More and more stuff is coming (more addons), which is good, but for each you have to pay :(
I have this game for quite long time and from the beginning it was very buggy, sometimes almost impossible to play. Recently they managed to fix most of them and game no longer hungs on my computer, so I can play.
I recommend this game to everyone who likes board games.
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( 15.5 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
This game is LOTS of fun with friends, problem is no one can stay in game long enough to play the craptastic thing. Wait till they fix the online play before you buy it.
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[GR] TDChangeling
( 30.9 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
Do NOT buy this game unless you have freinds ready to play with you, willing to commit to a hours long game. The computer is a terrible cheater, and will work with itself to target you and strengthen the weaker characters, all for the sole purpose of making YOU lose.
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( 28.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
When you don't want to shell out the hundreds of dollars for a paper board game you are more than tempted to try the digital version. Saves some space, some money and is still terrific.
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( 77.9 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
Very enjoyable to play with a bunch of friends.... brings back memories from the actual boardgame a decade
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( 23.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
This game is the perfect example of emergent gameplay done right. In one game, that forest might be the home of a friendly fairy that grants wishes to the forces of light, while in another, it might be the lair of a terrifying dragon.

Using multiple decks of cards with different effects and uses, you can craft the story of an evil leprachaun, who loses all his money and ends up in jail after a night of drunken revelry, or the tale of a lone bounty hunter with an enchanted flail, on the trail of a powerful sorcereress who stole his magic shield and destroyed the academy that trained his superhuman fighting skills, finally clashing at the highest peaks of the world.

In another of my games, my Bard character managed to ensnare a fire breathing dragon with his music. In another, my alchemist discovered a bag that always had an extra gold piece inside whenever you ran out of money, with his abilities, I managed to turn this unlimited supply of gold into unlimited magical power. If you immerse yourself into the experience and roleplay it, stories build themselves right in front of your eyes.

Every game is different, and with every expansion adding new locations, decks, characters and everything else, It can only get better.

The AI isn't too bad either, I've seen characters doing crazy stuff like casting the offensive wind blast spell on themselves to fling across the map so that they're closer to where they need to be.

If I could change one thing, it'd be the introduction of a way to turn off the victory conditions of the game, sometimes you want these random storied worlds of yours to live on longer.
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( 10.1 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
A straight Adabtation of the Board game from, with no expansions. so it goes with this as with the boardgame, if you are a fan of RNG ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥t, this is the game for you
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( 16.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
This is a duplicate of the classic board game, not a traditional PC game. That's isn't an issue.

In fact in that regard it is perfect, an almost seamless transition from the real time original to a digital version.

The issue is that the board game isn't very good. Board games have moved in leaps and bounds since Talisman was first written, and even the fixes this version applies doesn't fix those issues.

The game takes far more time than it warrants. The randomisation is nonsense. The layout of the board, wherein you do loops around the board until you are dizzy is vomit inducing.

The worst part is the end game, when you get to the penultimate goal and have to hit snooze repeatedly as you spam the kill spell until someone gets to you for some stabbing or you win.

The randomisation math is rather laughable. The spectrum of 1 to 6 is produced with sufficient statistical rates, but the interaction of 1's and 6's, either appearing in double or after one another, might as well be the production of the most boring customs clerk in existence. My suspicion is the game actually produces a set list of numbers at the opening load and continually runs you through that invisible spreadsheet.

But I will keep playing it. I'm writing this with 15 hours played, I'll add more to that shortly I expect. But not because it's fun.

It's because it's maddening, and I want revenge on that damn Prophetess who spammed the Cown of Command while I spent 22 turns running around as the cultist trying to get enough stats, health and a talisman only to fall apart when my luck deservedly ran out.

The game is making me play it more. In that sense it is very much a successfull. Is it a fun experience I want to inflict upon anyone else? No. Not until it has driven me further into psychopathy anyway.
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( 33.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 24
Great game, best table top game on the market. Alot of fun with a few mates.
New content added all the time too.
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
22.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 20
Exact copy of the boardgame. The same people who enjoy the boardgame will enjoy the computer version. Unfortunately people tend to drop out of live games - but they do that with the boardgame as well.
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
80.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 4
Don't play this game with your friends. They will not be your friends anymore.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
17.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 22
This game if fun to play if you have a few hours to kill. Really interesting card interactions and classes. Winning is ultra satisfying. Just know that game can get quite lengthy with more than 4 players.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
107.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 30
After putting +100 hours in this game, i decided to write my first review, to hopefully raise awareness to this amazing tabletop.

Talisman is great for fantasy lovers and offers lots of diferent heros with different abilities to play as, which is one of my favourite features in a game. All the heros are fun, some more powerful than others, but every one of them can win if you manage to use its abilities to its full potential.

Although there is some skill involved in this game, most of the player's performance is driven by luck. Preety much all actions (movement, combat, encounters) are defined/influenced by the dice rolls. This means that no matter how experienced you are, you can get destroyed by a noob who installed the game 10 minutes prier, which can be frustrating at times.

Another thing worth noting is that there are lots of possibilities for turning the tide in the middle of the game. This means that even if you're losing completely and the other players have much better stats than you, theres always a chance one of them will suddenly turn into a toad (and therefore leaving all objects/followers available to pickup) and allowing you to get all his stuff. Or maybe someone is about to enter the Crown of Comand (the place you need to reach to win the game) and you cast a spell on them and force him to loose his Talisman, the one object that allows them to get there. This triggers a lot of people, but i personally think it adds a lot to the game, and even though this stuff has happened to me numerous times, i end up having a laugh about it because at the end of the day, the game is fun. Just note that there's never a guaranteed win/loss, and you can always hope for a comeback or fear your demise!

Expansions make the game a whole lot better, and the more you have, the more varied the game becomes and the more ways there are to make your way up to the top!

-Lots of fun with friends
-Wide variety of heros
-Playable on a toaster
-Great to play at work (Tab in when it's your turn)
-Amazing when you have access to expansions
-You dont have to purchase all the expansions in order to enjoy them provided that you play online with a player that owns them!

-Very luck driven
-Games are super long
-Not as enjoyable if you dont have access to expansions
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3 of 6 people (50%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
31.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 3
all i've had with this game is bugs and errors. in it's current state i'd say the devs need to fix these issues. it's not a bad game itself, but the bugs and gliches are a serious issue.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
94.5 hrs on record
Posted: June 1
why do i keep playing this game? must be fun if i keep coming back...

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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
23.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 16
I got this game as a gift from Aione, one of my female friends. Wasn't really interested into Dice games before, mainly due to the lack of multiplayer. But first game I played with two friends went freaking brutal. This game gives no ♥♥♥♥♥ about how well your doing... you start doing well is only a sign that something is about to royally f* you over.

Which makes this game highly entertaining to me :D

Talisman the base game, is exactly like the board game. Everything is up to chance, and it is your mission to conquer the board. Digital Edition offers progression as you win or loose games. With the multiple expansions to this game, the season pass is WELL WORTH IT!

If you like RPG Dice Based board games or simply want to keep in touch with people across the country with game nights. This game is right for you.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
32.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 19
A digital conversion of one of the best board games ever developed. Hundreds of hours of family evenings with this made to digital perfection. Most fun with a group of friends.

Beware: Ruins friendships faster than sleeping around.
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255 of 304 people (84%) found this review helpful
41 people found this review funny
116.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 1, 2015
TL;DR: Ignore the meta-critic score; ignorant reviewers shouldn't be allowed to review games.

Talisman: Digital Edition is an amazing adaptation of the original boardgame. I could write several pages about why this game is enjoyable to play, but there are a million reviews that can give you that. Instead, let me explain why all of the negative reveiwers are wrong:

1 - Most of the negative reviewers can't read. I don't know how to put this politely, but it seems that 9/10 of the negative reviews I see about this game come down to the fact that the reviewer didn't understand how a certain card or area worked. For example, they'll say things like, "I couldn't use my Psionic Blast card in the middle of combat????"" ... when the card clearly states when you can use it. I'm sorry, but if you can't even read, you shouldn't be reviewing games.

2 - Many of the negative reviewers are 'hung up' on the game's randomness; in their minds, this means that the game does not "require any skill". Several reviews talk about the random nature of the dice rolls and card draws--you even have YouTube personalities getting uptight over the randomness--and they all try to make the same, idiotic argument: that the game isnt' as "good" as, say, Dota 2, or League of Legends (where skill is required). Of course, what they are trying to say is that, in their estimation, the game lacks strategic depth. This is, of course, entirely false. While the game may be easy to play (not requiring much skill), Talisman has layers upon layers of strategic depth, in that the entire game is built around choice-based risk management and knowledge of the game.

You see, these YouTubers who have NO FAMILIARITY WHATSOEVER with the game--and thus no strategic understanding of what they should be doing--and are just throwing dice and drawing cards, at random, and then simply pronouncing the game "dumb", "dull", or "without merit"--they're all just talking out of their asses. They're like chimpanzees poking at a keyboard, as they make one bad decision after another. And because the game isn't, say, League of Legends, they simply pass it off as crap. Meanwhile, they raise up games like Hearthstone, etc., even though they are equally abstract and are driven by a similar kind of randomness.

3 - Talisman is difficult for many reviewers to even classify, much less actually review well, and for a very specific reason. On the surface, the game is "abstract", much in the same way that other boardgames, like Monopoly, are abstract. The game board is an abstract "construct" that you move around by random dice rolls. At the same time, you are playing a discreet character, in an almost RPG fashion, with spells, abilities, statistics, inventory, followers, etc. These two aspects of the game, when combined, seem to confuse many reviewers who are simply incapable of appreciating the game as a whole. They tend to focus on one of the game's aspects, while ignoring the other (or getting confused by it), and then lay all kinds of criticisms without looking at the whole game. These are reviewers who simply cannot "pair" the RPG aspect with the abstract, boardgame aspect, so they simply trash the game without a second thought. I'm sorry, but if you're too stupid to understand a game's overall design, you shouldn't be allowed to review it.

Don't even get me started on the negative reviewers/monkeys who can't figure out the UI. I mean ... really? The game can be played on an iPad, but you can't figure out how to use the UI? If nothing else, that tells you what kind of reviewer you're dealing with.

4 - The base game has its flaws, but with DLC, Talisman: Digital Edition is a really great game. Some reviewers complain about the game's standard ending--and, I would have to admit, the standard ending, in its own way, is rather lacking, and it can certainly take a while for the game to conclude. There are options to make the game end faster, but of course the negative reviewers again fail to mention (or even see) this.

More than anything, though, it's worth noting that, the game's ample amount of DLC provides a metric ton of content, from 20+ new characters to play, additional game boards/regions, NPC's, hundreds of new cards, items, etc.--as well as dozens of new endings, both revealed and unrevealed. And more are coming, as Nomad works to "finish" and/or round out the rest of the game, so that it matches the full boardgame (with all expansions) developed by Fantasy Flight Games.

To judge Talisman WITHOUT the DLC--which EVERYONE knew was coming--is just a huge disservice to the game. I understand that reviewers are tasked with reviewing the base game on its own merit, but really anyone who is familiar with the board game will tell you that to review the base game alone is just a waste of a review. With DLC, Talisman: Digital Edition is a great, very enjoyable, game, and any reviwer who "trashed" the base game--knowing that it was basically "unfinished", in a sense--is just ignorant, in my opinion. They could at least mention the fact that DLC changes the base game completely. Of course, none of these negative reviewers ever come back to re-review the game, with all of the DLC. Like every good tabloid "writer", they're simply happy to skewer an easy target, and just move on. It's shameful, really.

Anyway ....If you are a boardgame fan and are thinking about getting Talisman, and are "on the fence" because of all of the negative reviews: Don't worrry. Don't listen to them. Just get the game. And get the DLC as well. It's well worth it. The negative reviews are largely written by people who can't read, who only played the base game, and are so used to playing FPS games, MOBA's, etc., that they don't even know what to make of Talisman. Their reviews are crap.
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122 of 142 people (86%) found this review helpful
11 people found this review funny
88.6 hrs on record
Posted: February 11, 2015
Good old Talisman..

a board game, which could go on over days and in my childhood rarely found a real winner, ´cause we mostly killed each other, before anyone could reach the crown over and over again ;)

So you need some time and patience if you wanted to play a session and this is in some ways is also true for the pc game.
For once the game is still under constand improvement/development, as new characters and add-ons are released on a steady base, so the devs are also constantly working on bugs as well as gameplay improvements.

The conversion from boardgame to pc is actually quite good and at the current state (including the Reaper, Frostmarch, Dungeon expansions) there is enough diversity to do several games, without always having the same characters/events.

While especially with the AI, there are still quite a few bugs (no wonder, due to the wide possibility of actions one can take) it is working well enough, as is the multiplayer part which offers quite some possibilities, which rules the host will allow (and hopefully will soon get a save game function, as these games can have quite some duration, just like the board game).
The graphics are well done, the sound is ok.

So in the end i´m looking forward to the things still to come and enjoy the one or other session of Talisman (but would strongly suggest to wait on a sale for the Season pass, which brings some much needed variety).
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