Killpower Ball is a board game, futuristic sports in which your role is that of a coach of a team of seven warriors. They are equipped with magical powers.
In a room completely closed, resembling a basketball court and under the rules of handball and inspired gladiator fights, you need to score a winning number of points against the opposing team or the massacre.
Killpower Ball is played with two primarily, but a third person may act as an arbitrator.
Win games and lead your team to the leading position, but be careful Killpower Ball is a game where the legions are turning ... .. and victory is never achieved.
Sports Board Game (with cardboard figures) deftly combines Strategy & RPG.
Game mode choice: Championship, tournament or just a game.
Draw random or chosen by the team as the game mode
System of disability between two teams of different power.
Match with possible one-shot (dead warriors in one blow).
Arbitration Optional parts by a third person
Evolution of warriors with experience.
Management of 3D terrain.
Management of bluff with cards bluff.
80 power crazy: reversal baskets, Russian roulette ball or poisoned
Creating characters with quick draw tables
Creating table with random equipment to infinity: a warrior can have equipment that can have a power at infinity.
Multiple opportunities to make your party unique games. A single match can happen in an entirely different way depending on your tactical choices.
Winning matches is possible without throwing a single die - mode tournament.
Draw a team with millions of combinations.
A book of 40 pages of rules with different game tables
A game board
14 bases for your miniatures.
80 cards powers divided into 4 categories.
6 bluff cards.
14 figures representing 14 human
28 chips swords, bows 16 tokens, a token balloon.
1 10-sided die
1 team sheet,
1 sheet Arbitration
1 sheet classification.
1 sheet simulation game with 2 sheets of teams ready to play.
Playable from: 12 +
Game length: between 45 and 90 minutes
Number of players: 2 players (3 if the third plays the role of arbitrator).