Funko Games brings Disney The Rocketeer: Fate of the Future, an exciting, brand new game by Prospero Hall.
Funko has been bringing the goods lately and Funko Games is no different. They have just announced Disney The Rocketeer: Fate of the Future, an exciting new two player strategy game based on the classic 1991 Disney film, The Rocketeer. That iconic movie was based on the Rocketeer comic series which began in 1982.
The Rocketeer: Fate of the Future takes place in the Golden Era of Hollywood in 1930's Los Angeles and allows you to play as The Rocketeer himself or choose between other heroes and villains from the exciting series. The beautiful artwork takes its inspiration from the mouth watering Art Deco style found in both the movie and the comic book series, while the strategy is well thought out and fast moving and game play is fun.
Funko Games states:
Trouble is brewing high above the city of angels! The mysterious Rocketeer—who can blast through the skies with an ingenious jet-pack—must stop a sinister plot! Hollywood actor Neville Sinclair is scheming to steal the rocket's blueprints. This breakthrough of modern engineering could revolutionize the future of flight. But in Sinclair's hands, it could fuel the dark future of warfare. Play as the heroes or the villains in this action-packed strategy game for two players. Whether for good or evil, you will determine the fate of the future!
- Inspired by the 1991 Disney adventure movie.
- Includes seven beautifully sculpted miniatures of the Rocketeer, Jenny, Peevy, Sinclair, Lothar, Valentine, and the Luxembourg, a high-flying zeppelin.
- A two-player strategy game that immerses the players into the events of the movie and the golden age of Hollywood.
- Original illustrations and design that evokes the art deco style of the 1930s.
- Play a game of cat-and-mouse with the rocket plans and keep them hidden from your opponent.
Coming from a long line of incredible Funko Games developed by Prospero Hall such as Back to the Future: Back In Time, Fast and and my personal favorite, today at least, Disney The Haunted Mansion: Call of the Spirits, The Fast and the Furious: Highway Heist, and the insanely popular Funkoverse games, The Rocketeer: Fate of the Future is sure to be a game that you will love returning to again and again.
The Rocketeer: Fate of the Future will be released at Gen Con (September 16th - September 19th) before being released everywhere October 25th.