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  • Lucky Duck Games Destinies
  • Lucky Duck Games Destinies


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Designed by Michał Gołębiowski & Filip Miłuński

Ages 14+
1-3 Players
90-150 Minute Playtime
1.92/5 Complexity

Adventure, Exploration, Fantasy, Medieval, Miniatures, Dice Rolling, Role Playing, Storytelling, Tile Placement

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Destinies is a competitive, story-driven, game of adventure and exploration, mixing an app and a board game.

The first in a series of games using a brand-new system called Destinies. This game is set in a dark medieval-fantasy universe.

The Destinies system offers a fully story-driven, app-supported, RPG-like board game experience, without the need for a game master. Each scenario depicts a part of a vivid world, full of dark stories, epic NPCs and mysteries to solve. Each player takes the role of a hero on a quest to fulfill their destiny. Each destiny is a final goal of the character and has at least two, completely different paths to victory, composed of branching series of quests. Players compete with each other to push the world towards their own destiny.

The game uses an app and the Scan&Play technology to offer players a unique story-driven experience full of dynamic events, epic adventures, and an ever-changing game world. Each turn players discover new parts of the world presented on tiles, explore them and pick one point of interest to visit. There they learn more about the story and make crucial choices of how they want to interact with people, creatures or situations faced there. The consequences of each choice are meaningful and often change the state of the world forever.



  • 67 Map Tiles
  • 26 Point of Interest Markers
  • 6 Main Dice
  • 36 Skill Marker Tokens
  • 150 Item cards
  • 20 Coin Tokens
  • 9 Effort Dice
  • 10 Pairs of Trade Tokens
  • 15 Destiny Cards
  • 3 Player Boards
  • 20 Experience Tokens
  • 31 Miniatures


Designer: Filip Miłuński / Designer: Michał Gołębiowski / Medium-Light Complexity

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