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There were many strange a magical creatures in the Jareth's Labyrinth. Many of them can be found in the Labyrinth board game from River Horse. And now, even more can be found, along with the man, himself, Jareth. He's part of the Fireys! expansion, available to order now. Don't lose your head over it.

The Goblins.
David Bowie's "Area."
There's many memorable things about Jim Henson's Labyrinth. Soon, you'll be able to delve into that (dance) magic (dance) land in Jim Henson's Labyrinth The Adventure Game, coming from River Horse. You can pre-order your copies now.

The world of Jim Henson's Labyrinth (written by Terry Jones, if you didn't know), is full of mystical wonders.  And soon, you'll be able to play around in it as you please. River Horse has announced that they're making Jim Henson's Labyrinth - The Adventure Game, a new RPG that players can use to create their own stories in that magical land.

Don't you sometimes wish you could just cut your head off and roll it elsewhere? Maybe switch it onto another body? Well, the Fireys in Labyrinth can do it, and soon, you'll be able to add these little guys to your Labyrinth Board Game games, along with a new Jareth sculpt. River Horse is taking orders for them now.

River Horse is going big with this one. They have started taking pre-orders for their upcoming Deluxe Game Pieces for the Labyrinth board game. And by big, I mean big. These figures are many times over the size of the original figures for the game. Heck, they're more like statuettes at this point.
Dance! Magic! Dance!
Man, I need to watch Labyrinth again. And while doing so, I can put in a pre-order for the Goblins! expansion coming for the board game from River Horse.
One of the most iconic characters of Jim Henson's Labyrinth was sort of an ensemble cast. Jareth was the Goblin King, and you can't have a king of the goblins without goblins to be the king of. Coming next year, you'll be able to add more goblins to your games of the Labyrinth board game from River Horse with their Goblins expansion, of which they've posted a preview.
Jim Henson was a cultural icon and his legacy continues on to this very day. Heck, I just watched The Dark Crystal last night. With such items The Muppets, Sesame Street, and countless other projects to his name, Jim Henson and his group of puppeteers has left a lasting impact on society. Now, you can bring some of that to your tabletop. River Horse has announced that they've acquired the license to create a board game based on the Labyrinth movie (written by Terry Jones, my favorite Python).