Fantasy Flight Games announces new edition of Drakon


The randomly-generated dungeon-crawling board game Drakon is set to be released in a new edition by FFG, who announced the news earlier this week.

Drakon sees you building a dungeon by placing tiles and exploring them, while trying to survive traps, find treasure, and avoid the titular dragon. This will mark the fourth edition of the game, the third being published (also by FFG) in 2006 (thanks, BoardGameGeek!)

Check out more information and get a detailed description over at FFG’s site.

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