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USAopoly Announces First-Ever ‘Kingdom Hearts’ Tabletop Game

USAopoly’s latest partnership sees Disney and Square Enix collide in one board game experience.

License Global

July 30, 2019

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USAopoly has brought the worlds of Disney and Square Enix to life with the debut of the “Talisman: Kingdom Hearts Edition” tabletop game.

Inspired by the original “Kingdom Hearts” video game from Square Enix, the board game is filled with recognizable characters and locations from the series. The game sees two-to-six players fight off an attack from the Darkness in the Kingdom hearts setting of The Destiny Islands.

Players must venture through three different rings–The Realm Between, The Realm of Light, and The End of the World–acquiring the needed Strength and Magic to seal the Door to Darkness and stop the Heartless.

The “Kingdom Hearts” video game series is a collaborative venture between game developer Square Enix and Disney. In the games, players control Sora as he traverses multiple Disney-inspired worlds filled with characters from various House of Mouse franchises.

The most recent “Kingdom Hearts” expanded into Pixar’s catalog of characters. Square Enix’s title saw Sora partner with Toy Story characters when Kingdom Hearts Union X debuted last year.

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