As Glass Cannon Unplugged, we have a very straightforward mission. We choose video games that we believe have significantly influenced their genre and that just appeal to us in terms of translating them to the language of tabletop.

Apex Legends: The Board Game

Kings Canyon—an island on planet Solace, once used by the now defunct Interstellar Manufacturing Company (IMC) as the location for the Thunderdome gladiatorial combat arena, and currently transformed for the purpose of hosting the Apex Games—an evolved version of the bloodsport. But a handful of IMC laboratories still remain beneath the surface of

Check the Youtube video. The participants of the Apex Games are highly specialized. Some Legends focus on offense, storming enemy positions and shooting everything to pieces. Others work best in recon, becoming masters of subterfuge and launching surprise attacks from the shadows. There are some who prefer to spend time on the battlefield supporting

Check the Youtube video. The Round structure in Apex Legends: The Board Game is designed in a way that establishes clear rules, allows players to cooperate, and makes it possible to keep the different Legends’ abilities faithful to the ones you know from the original game. The Round board consists of a Round track

Check the Youtube video. While Jakub, our CEO, might look like he's got the situation under control, that's about to change as he gets third partied by none other than Paula Deming from YouTube’s Things Get Dicey! Be sure to tune in for insight into some of the game's key aspects. Combat is the core