Hero: Immortal King—The Lair of the Lich
Venture forth to explore the Lair of the Lich—or see to its defense! Lead a team of adventurers, fight your way through the monster-infested corridors and face the master of the domain… Unless you decide to take that very role to try and eliminate the intruders! Hero: Immortal King is designed for two players but can also be played solitaire, and each dungeon in the series can be played independently or combined with the others.
Playing Time: about 30 minutes
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