Jim Henson's Labyrinth: The Adventure Game

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Jun 1, 2009
Well, this is an interesting release.

Yep, this is a tabletop RPG book set in the world of the movie, Labyrinth. So far, what we know is that this book can be played with the streamlined rules in the book for fans of the movie who are not well versed with tabletop RPGs, or it can be used with any existing tabletop RPG system (such as Dungeons and Dragons or Pathfinder). Not much is know other than what was talked about on Twitter. It seems to run players through a randomly generated Labyrinth, with 90 possible scenes, only 30 of them being used each playthrough, with players only having 13 in-game hours to escape.

To be honest, these kind of open source campaign settings aren't uncommon. I have two open source RPG books myself (both going over dungeon rooms and traps), which go over basic guidelines to help fit these into whatever game system you use. However, how they plan to adapt such a legendary film into a tabletop game, and how the streamline rules will work, it up in the air. You can read more about it here, but other than a vague "2019" release date, this is all we know.