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The Rocketeer: Fate of the Future game is heading our way

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Disney The Rocketeer: Fate of the Future is a new two player game from Funko Games and Prospero Hall.

The mysterious Rocketeer —who can blast through the skies with an ingenious jet-pack—must stop a sinister plot! Play as the heroes or the villains in this immersive two-player strategy game by acclaimed studio Prospero Hall, evoking a stunning art deco-style design.

Opponents face off in a two-player game of cat-and-mouse as they work to keep the rocket plans hidden from each other. Tensions are tight through every turn as The Rocketeer and his allies try and evade Neville Sinclair with his band of thugs.

Trouble is brewing high above the city of angels! The mysterious Rocketeer —who can blast through the skies with an ingenious jet-pack—must stop a sinister plot! Hollywood actor Neville Sinclair is scheming to steal the rocket’s blueprints. This breakthrough of modern engineering could revolutionize the future of flight. But in Sinclair’s hands, it could fuel the dark future of warfare. Play as the heroes or the villains in this action-packed strategy game for two players. Whether for good or evil, you will determine the fate of the future!

The Rocketeer was the 1991 film from Walt Disney Pictures based upon the character of the same name created by comic book artist and writer Dave Stevens. Directed by Joe Johnston, it stars Bill Campbell, Jennifer Connelly, Alan Arkin, Timothy Dalton, Paul Sorvino, and Tiny Ron Taylor.

It is a great slice of pulp action and adventure. Well worth a watch whenever you get the chance and it is currently streaming on Disney+.

While it looks like we will never get a true sequel it is great to see a tabletop game based on the film and comic books.

The Rocketeer: Fate of the Future will be available for purchase at Gen Con, the industry’s most celebrated tabletop gaming event September 16 – 19, 2021 in Indianapolis, before heading to game store shelves later this year.

Source: Funko Games via Get To The Table

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