Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
Gen7: A Crossroads Board Game £24.99 @ 365 Games
82° Expired

Gen7: A Crossroads Board Game £24.99 @ 365 Games

£24.99£33.9826%365games.co.uk Deals
5
Posted 17th Jan

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Some mixed reviews on this but a very cheap price for the game. Hope that someone finds it a bargain!

An international colony ship has left an exhausted Earth, headed for a distant planet in the Epsilon Eridani system. Thirteen generations will be born on this vessel before it reaches its destination, each generation a steward of the hopes and ideals of the human species. For six generations, everything has gone as planned....
Now, just as a new command team takes control of the ship, a terrible mystery emerges that will threaten the entire mission. The commanders of Gen7 are about to discover that everything is not as it seems, and the fate of the human species will hang on the choices they make.
In the tradition of the award-winning Dead of Winter, Gen7: A Crossroads Game is a grand narrative game with multiple possibilities. The choices players make as they play will alter the direction of the story. Gen7 will constantly challenge its players with a variety of unique situations that force them to make difficult moral decisions. Will you compromise your integrity to ensure the safety of your crew? Will you value their lives over the safety of the mission?
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
That’s not Crossroads! Where’s Benny??
5 Comments
That’s not Crossroads! Where’s Benny??
Good spot, heat
t4v17/01/2020 02:31

That’s not Crossroads! Where’s Benny??


(This comment really should get more likes.)

Since this is Gen7, Benny was retired in Gen2
solid17/01/2020 08:43

(This comment really should get more likes.)Since this is Gen7, Benny was …(This comment really should get more likes.)Since this is Gen7, Benny was retired in Gen2


Was Gen 3 where they could afford something more than cardboard sets?
jayhutton1017/01/2020 08:49

Was Gen 3 where they could afford something more than cardboard sets?


Yes, but they had to re-do all teh sets again once TV moved to HD.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text