The terrorist Chatu “The Python” is back in Bangalla and only you can stop him from harming innocent bystanders.
based on Tony DePauls first Sunday story, published in newspaper between April 6th and September 28th of 2003 and was drawn by Graham Nolan.
Terror in Mawitaan includes a new Adventure with rewards, the keyword Tough and the concept of Side-Missions, new Foes and new Allies.
Disclaimer: The publisher provided the prototype copy of The Phantom: The Card Game – Terror in Mawitaan. The opinions expressed in the review are completely my own.
Harry of @North of 60 Gaming “Fall is upon me here in the north, and what better way to enjoy it then making video’s for you. Here is the Phantom Card Game, I will take you through the unboxing, setup and a playthrough of the new expansion, “Terror in Mawitaan”. So sit back and enjoy all the special treats that are in the video.
00:00 – Opening Credits
00:16 – Intro
01:27 – Phantom History Lesson
02:30 – Unboxing
06:16 = Organization/Components
11:04 – Set up
12:31 – In Today’s News
14:36 – Play Starts
24:17 – The Target
32:52 – The Hunt is On
34:56 – End of the Venture.
36:08 – Final Thoughts
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After watching Harry’s review, if this looks like a game for you at the time of this posting The Phantom: The Card Game – Terror in Mawitaan is available for LATE PLEDGES on GAMEFOUND. Check it out and late pledge HERE.
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Harry Jacobs- Reviewer
Harry has been a gamer for over 5 decades, his first games were strategic war games from Avalon Hill and Strategic Publications Incorporated (SPI). Currently he resides in Yellowknife Northwest Territories in Canada, a city known to hold most of the cold weather records in Canada. While not playing games or working, his five dogs keep him busy around the house and yard. He is active in Ptarmicon Game Knights a club dedicated to bringing gaming to the communities in the Territories and can be often found teaching games both on club nights and at their various events. He looks forward to bringing his reviews and perspective of various games, in order for you to make an informed decision around buying and playing games. You can also catch Harry nigh-lighting as the North of 60 Gaming HERE.