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A six-person game of Heroscape using multiple Master Sets and Expansion Sets.
Players2 or more
Setup time20+ minutes
Playing time20 Minutes - 1+ hours
Random chanceMedium
Age range8 and up
Skill(s) requiredDice rolling, Strategy

Heroscape (stylized as "heroScape" or "HeroScape") is an expandable turn-based miniature wargaming system originally manufactured by Milton Bradley Company, and later by Wizards of the Coast,[1] both subsidiaries of Hasbro, Inc., and discontinued by Hasbro in November 2010.[2] The game is played using pre-painted miniature figures on a board made from interlocking hexagonal tiles that allow for construction of a large variety of 3D playing boards. The game is often noted and lauded by fans for the relatively high production quality of the game materials, in particular the pre-painted miniature figures as well as its interchangeable and variable landscape system.