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Manufacturer(s): Parker Brothers

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Product Information

  • Manufacturer(s): Parker Brothers

  • Year: 1984

  • Players: 2 - 4

  • Weight: 700 grams (estimated)

Product Reviews


Average Rating: 3.5 in 2 reviews

Very good game.
July 04, 2002

It was a surprise for me to discover that game. The particular rules make a fast game that prevent you from being bored. The chance has a high influence so that you can be the weakest and some turns later being the winner.

If you know a website that explains some tactics for that game, could you contact me?

I think it's pretty good, thank you very much!
February 14, 2000

OK, so it doesn't really follow the film or the books... It merely uses characters, devices, actors' likenesses, etc. It lacks the depth of the Avalon Hill version... But y'know what? I actually like this game!

I'm a bit of a DUNE fan (books and yes, even the film) so I'm drawn to things associated with the universe of Spice, Fremen and Sandworms. When I picked up a pristine copy of this game a year or two ago, I was disappointed by its lack of faithful DUNE references, but pleased with its playable game mechanics.

Yes, it's an all-out battle for control of DUNE (only one player will survive) but it's a fun battle. My group and I play this game on occasion and we will likely continue to play it in the future.

For a movie tie-in game, it's not one of the best, but for an SF, duel-to-the-death, all-out war game, it succeeds.

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