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Over a decade ago, a little known TV show premiered on the FOX network called Firefly. As any fan of the show (Browncoats as they are known) can attest to, this sci-fi/western TV show was completely mismanaged by the network until it was canceled halfway through its first season. To say the show has gone on to become a cult hit would be a gross understatement. Firefly has spawned a loyal following of Browncoats that any TV show on the air now would be drooling to have.
It’s with these fans in mind that we take a look at today’s review of Firefly: The Game. Published by Gale Force Nine, the Firefly: The Game quickly sold out at its Gen Con premiere in 2013. Was this hype founded or were people suckered in by the face of Nathan Fillion on the box? A better question is if Firefly is actually a good game or simply just using the license to leech dollars from loyal Browncoats? Read on and let’s find out!
Firefly: The Game is a Pick Up and Deliver board game for 1-4 players that plays in about 2-3 hours. Firefly plays best with 3-4 players.