My old eyes see LEGO, and I’m 100% wrong because this is the BrikVerse and different (as I understand it).
This is the official, revamped, edited, and “absolutely, definitely the definitive” retail edition of Mike Rayhawk’s original game.
A parody of plastic building system toys like Bikku, COBI, Unico, and other brands that use the same kind of plastic building system, BrikWars already lets players jump into a fantasy with their collection. With Modiphius involved, there will be an official hardcover guide to playing the game and some accessories and assets to help get started.
The BrikVerse is dying. Plastic-brick models gather dust on bookshelves rather than smashing into each other or exploding even slightly. Their construction matches the photos on the box covers, without a single unexplained tentacle or hundred redundant laser cannons. Their pieces are banished from the floor, never to pierce an unsuspecting Human foot.
Common sense and quality building instructions are snuffing out everything construction-brick civilization stands for. Minifigkind cries out for a new breed of Hero, more irresponsible and ridiculous than ever before seen. Armed with nothing but fanatically devoted armies, a complete lack of survival instinct, and enormous piles of bricks, these mighty champions are called to push back the terrifying threat of Peace and save the minifig way of life.
The game will be available for pre-order later this summer.
- BrikWars sign-up page.
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