My name is Antonio Monge and for the past six months ive been developing a new board game, its still a bit away from finished but its finally in a shape that i feel comfortable showing off!
Super Human Resources
Welcome to the world of Nu-Topia, a modular city on the rise. With capitalism booming, no industry is bigger right now than the hero business. Thats right, heroes have gone corporate! And with their new corporate shift, comes a new line of work as companies hire new heads of Super Human Resources.
It is your job to hire new heroes to your companies sponsored super team, then deploy these heroes alongside other companies’ heroes as crisis arrive. As you progress through the ranks you will watch heroes rise and fall in popularity, you will earn government subsidies that will allow you to hire more famous and powerful heroes or you can invest in some affordable rookies and watch them grow.
Super Human Resources is an aysmmetrical turn based game where four players take on the role of heads of SHR at their respective companies and one player takes on the role of The Nemesis, a mysterious force rallying all manner of villains, criminals and monsters to their employ.
Inspired by other aysmetrical scenario based games like Descent and Conan, SHR takes place on modular boards that you will assemble before each mission.
You will engage in dice based combat, unlock new abilities for your characters, interact with the board in interesting and innovate ways and discover a diverse and dynamic world of heroes and villains.
Currently I am testing a version of the game that boasts 18 unlockable heroes and 12 unlockable Nemesi.
You can learn more about each of these characters on my website:
Also here is a shot of the game on display at my Senior Show, this is an early test copy and the art is not final: The scenario set up is a Bank Heist in which the Nemesis player is attempting to acquire five of the Stolen Good tokens on the vault where the Heroes are trying to rescue five hostages by escorting them off the board, all within a ten round turn limit. This is then complicated by the fact that if the Nemesis manages to defeat three of the four heroes, they win and if the Heroes defeat the Nemesis, they win.
Also i will be posting updates for the game on my blog (located on the same website) all summer long leading up to Gen Con and SHUX19!