The popular 80s Labyrinth movie developed by the Jim Henson Company is creatively brought back to life in an interactive board game by River Horse that transitions the plot of the film in a new engaging way. The board game features characters from the film, cards and themes taken from the plot of the movie that modernize the fantasy game for new and old audiences.
Labyrinth is a fantasy film that depicts the story of the Goblin King -- played by David Bowie -- and the character Sarah as she tries to save her brother from the Goblin King's castle located in the centre of a maze. The board game is also set up to be a maze with different ways to move through the labyrinth as players aim to get to the centre.
The 80s Labyrinth Movie is Reimagined With Character Pieces and Cards
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