|The episode opened on a shot of a deserted shopping centre! But soon, out of the shadows the cast of heroes and villains appears.|
|The villainous Guru is escorted by his sinister, black-clad guards!|
|The Man in the Lead-lined Suit grunts as United Radionics make their way into the mall.|
|A dapper, charismatic fellow leads a group of burly Department X troopers out of...nowhere!|
But Department X also have their infiltration specialists! One of these Guru guards searching for Dr Price is actually a UNIT officer in disguise!
|Tweedy and May Killian, his ever present companion, search a groovy record store! The penny token turns out to be Dr Price!|
|Meanwhile, the Guru's guards fan out across the concourse!|
As Doris crashed to the ground, the Guru guards swarmed forward and took out the hulking Man in the Lead-lined Suit, whose hideously mutated hide could not save him! As he slumped to the ground the United Radionics boss, Lancelot Cray, decided that discretion was the better part of valour and slunk away into the shadows. As the credits began to roll, Dr Price was shown through a door that led nowhere by the charismatic stranger while the Guru cackled as he throttled one of the hapless goons that was stunned by his sleep spray. Many children were found hiding behind the couch as the episode finished!
What can I say? This was one of the most fun games I've had in ages! 7TV is a fantastic set of rules with tons of scope for making up your own characters and this time we played with gadgets which really added to the fun! The sleep spray and the pocket watch jammer had amazingly thematic and entertaining impacts on the game and were definitely worth including. Also, we saw this out in about 2 hours flat, as the rules are very easy to get to grips with, but give you plenty of tactical headaches as you can't activate all your figures. If you enjoyed this report I'd thoroughly recommend checking out the 7TV rules as there are scads of supplements to be had, from Harryhausen inspired escapades to underground Bond villain lairs! Brilliant!