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Ravensburger grows adventure book range with The Lord of the Rings

Ravensburger has unveiled The Lord of the Rings Adventure Book Game – a storybook-style board game that drops players into the legendary movie trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien.

The third entry into the company’s adventure book range, the game allows for fans to play and relive iconic The Lord of the Rings storylines and key moments in ‘chapters’ that are experienced over eight different, thoughtfully designed board game ‘pages’ in the style of a hardback book.

Each chapter takes approximately 20 minutes to play.

The launch will be supported by a marketing and PR campaign from March onwards.

“The Lord of the Ring’s immersive story world unfolded perfectly in our adventure book board game format,” commented Shanon Lyon, game development manager at Ravensburger. “We designed the game to capture the detail and thoroughness that Lord of the Rings fans have come to know and love from Ravensburger games. The thrill of the series’ iconic moments truly jumps off of the board game ‘pages.’”

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