Power Rangers: Heroes of the Grid is a co-operative board game for 2-5 players that challenges your team to save Angel Grove from Rita Repulsa’s evil army of monsters. Work together to fight off the incoming horde while building up your strength to protect the city from the most dangerous monsters in the universe! Prepare for your destiny. It’s Morphin Time!
Additional free scenarios available at the Power Rangers Gaming site!
- Defeat Rita Repulsa’s evil army of monsters to save Angel Grove!
- Work together to battle incoming foe!
- Gain experience to call your Zords into action!
- 50 Ranger Combat Cards
- 20 Foot Soldier Cards
- 32 Monster Cards
- 8 Master Cards
- 20 Location Deployment Cards
- 5 Monsters & Master Deployment Cards
- 5 Ranger Character Cards
- 6 Zord Cards
- 12 Action Markers
- 20+ Damage tokens
- 15 Energy tokens
- 4 Panic Tokens
- 4 Location Boards
- 1 Command Center Board
- 1 Level Up Track
- 1 Lead Ranger Token
- 1 Level Up Marker
- 1 Megazord Token
- 6 Custom Damage Dice
- 1 Red Ranger miniature
- 1 Blue Ranger Miniature
- 1 Yellow Ranger Miniature
- 1 Black Ranger Miniature
- 1 Pink Ranger Miniature
- 1 Pudgy Pig Monster Miniature
- 1 Madame Woe Monster Miniature
- 1 Knasty Knight Monster Miniature
- 1 Bones Monster Miniature
- 1 Rita Repulsa Master Miniature
- 12 Putty Patroller Foot Soldier Miniatures
- 12 Super Putty Patroller Foot Soldier Miniatures
- 1 Rulebook
- 2 to 5
- Time to Play:
- 45-60 Minutes
- Game Designer:
- Jonathan Ying
- Game Artist:
- Dan Mora
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I’ve always been a fan of Power Rangers and I have to say; this board game takes everything great about the show and puts it right in front of you. Renegade Games definitely didn’t cut corners on the production of the game. The figures are AMAZINGLY detailed and solidly designed, made with quality materials. Gameplay moves briskly when everyone is working off the same playbook, and it’s easy to get rookie Rangers up to speed quickly. Seriously; if you’re a fan of Power Rangers, what are you waiting for?
I love this game. The artwork is amazing. It's so beautiful. It takes a few times to get the hang of playing it but overall it's really fun
So i am going to start off and say i dislike when a game has expansions and some base games or expansions are just huge ammounts of money. But regardless of that my only other complaint is how difficult it was for me to learn the game it took watching a video 15 times to understand the game and it was still trial and error. but each time i pick it up and play i just enjoy this game more and more i have all the scenarios i have all the expansions minus the brand new ones this game is amazing and i am looking forward to the other rangers being made and more fun scenarios
Power Rangers: Heroes of the Grid (HotG) offers challenging gameplay, flexible rules, and colorful fun. HotG is immense fun that requires players to work and strategize together to win. There is no "I" in "team" in this game. Appropriate for all ages, HotG offers an engaging experience for new entry board gamers and veterans alike. Even for those unfamiliar with the franchise, the community that follows it generously offers advice and insight that can be taken advantage off on any social media platform. Despite its many positive points: high quality boards, cards, figures, and art; adaptive rules to adjust challenge rating to player(s) level; large group compatibility (up to 6 players); and plenty of expansions (that don't seem to be slowing down in the near future), HotG is not without its flaws. HotG has many high quality figures. I mean a lot! The base game is manageable, but after your second expansion, it easily gets to be overwhelming. Before buying any expansions, make sure you take the time to consider where and how you'll be storing these figures. The figures and cards, while beautiful, also mean it can take a minute for set-up with new players as they read through the rangers' abilities, zords, and combat deck to decide which one they'd like to play. You could do random draws to expedite this step, though. Which brings us to the challenge level. The rules as written make the game really, really, really hard. While there are some official rule variants to make gameplay a little easier; ultimately, it is up to the players to determine house rules that adjust the difficulty so as to not cause a table flip! Another feature that can be either good or bad is the actual time to play. A sessions duration can last a solid hour or longer. Any session less than an hour is probably one that ended in a loss, haha! Still, HotG is a purchase I have not regretted and will continue to purchase its expansions as they come out. It is an especially great buy if you have a member in your household who is big on miniature-painting!