The Lost Worlds of Josh Kirby Board Game

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Pre-orders at the Kickstarter Price. Pre-orders end in October.
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Expected release date is Nov 20th 2020

Product Overview

The Lost Worlds of Josh Kirby features art never before published in games from Josh Kirby, famed sci-fi & fantasy artist with credits including Tunnels & TrollsReturn of the Jedi and Discworld.


  • Number of Players: 2 to 5
  • Ages: 12+
  • Game Time: 40 minutes

How to Play

The game features a dice-based action selection system. Each turn, roll and allocate dice to Save or Conquer World cards in the center of the table — and optionally, activate renown powers or world powers.

Saving or Conquering worlds will push your Morality track toward Savior or Tyrant. Your ever-changing morality affects which dice you can reroll, special powers you can access, and even endgame bonuses. Combine the powers of worlds you’ve claimed with your dice to enact sweeping change across the galaxy and rocket yourself to victory.

At the end of the game, the player who has claimed the most valuable worlds is the victor — but you receive bonuses depending on both your final morality and how you claimed the worlds (Save or Conquer).

What's In the Box

  • 1 art packed rulebook
  • 5 two sided player boards
  • 1 two sided hyperpace board
  • 4 custom game dice
  • 27 tarot sized world cards
  • 30 rocket fleet pawns
  • 1 dreadnought standee
  • 30 renown cubes
  • 5 custom champion meeples
  • 25 world power tokens
  • 5 faction control tokens
  • 5 morality tracker tokens

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    Why we love this game

    Posted by Brandon (Employee) on May 19th 2020

    So excited to get this on the game table! Top 3 reasons this is a great game. #3- effective balance of dice based chance with player controled strategy. #2- epic bonus die cascading powers and Morality points make the theme of "Space Opera" come to life. #1- incredible art! Josh Kirby offers Gallery level art in a game box. Gorgeous.