Marshall Amplification Marks '50th Anniversary Of Loud' With Release Of Rock Science Board Game
Limited edition rock trivia board game celebrating iconic music brand and legendary artists available in guitar center stores December 2012.
Posted on Nov 20, 2012 01:53 pm
One of the world's most iconic brands of musical equipment, Marshall Amplification, joins up with the rock game of the century, Rock Science to celebrate 50 Years Of Loud with a limited edition version of the wildly popular Rock Science board game. With over 1,600 trivia questions ranging from early rock and metal to current artists, the Rock Science Marshall Game is a tribute to the immense contribution Marshall Amplification has made to music history.
The Rock Science Marshall 50th Anniversary board game box looks like the iconic Marshall amplifier and available in Guitar Center stores and online by December 1st, 2012.
"For a guitar aficionado this is a dream come true. 50 years of rock guitar history in one game." says Rock Science Creative Director, Jorge Bravo.
Rock Science is a board game for 2-6 players. The goal is to be the first to finish one lap around the board through the use of rock knowledge, clever betting and a bit of luck. Players answer questions about anecdotes, myths, rockers, albums, songs and Sex, Amps & Rock n' Roll. You can also be asked to hum the riffs of well-known rock songs.
All questions have three levels of difficulty: Poser, Fan and Scientist. Poser questions are easier so anyone can join the game!
All players are always involved since they bet on each other's rock knowledge.
With intuitive rules and fast gameplay it's quick (60 minutes) and easy to learn
About Rock Science
Rock Science delivers games to a dedicated target group rockers. The board game is the first product in the Rock Science family and is today sold in various language versions in the USA, the UK, Germany, and Scandinavia. Nuday AB, the company behind Rock Science, was founded in 2010 by rocker Jorge Bravo and gamer Sven Folkesson with headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden.
For more information, please visit www.rockscience.tv or www.marshallgame.com.