Hell for Leather
The Ogri Board Game
This is a light motorcycle racing board game based on the characters of Paul Sample's 'Ogri' comics.
It is basically a roll and move game, with a number of cards that can be played at various times to
enhance one's own progress or inhibit that of the another player. The game consists of three
individual races and a total of six laps around the course, played with different dice to represent the
speed / intensity of each race. At the end of each race, players acquire sponsors based on their
performance, and have the opportunity to spend money to purchase upgrades to their bikes for future
heats. The overall winner is the first player to cross the finish line in the third race. The game is very
aesthetically appealing, with board, card, and box art by Paul Sample and pewter miniatures for
player pawns. 2 - 6 pl.
From the back of the box: "Hell for Leather" board game is a fast, freaky race around the world
famous Isle of Man T.T. course, featuring a host of the best loved characters from Paul Sample's cult
comic strip Ogri, which has appeared in Bike Magazine since 1972. A game for 2-6 players, Hell for
Leather is all about high speeds, hard cash, 'Derring Do', and dirty tricks. Relying on guile, cunning,
and hopefully a little luck, set your sights firmly on the chequered flag... and go for it! Pressure
builds as you progress through the races with sponsorship funding, heaps of trouble, and laughs
aplenty. When fair play and skilful riding are not enough, deft use of your nasty 'nerg nail', 'orrible oil
slick' and other 'cheats' picked up along the way may assist you in the 'no holds barred' charge for
Designed and produced In England and Ogri's creator, cartoonist Paul Sample (also known for the
cover artwork on many of Tom Sharpe's novels), Hell for Leather! with Ogri at the TT is a traditional
board game of the highest quality, and includes hand cast pewter playing pieces representing all
your favourite Ogri characters.Competitors fight their way through several jeats, vying for extra
sponsorship with which to buy performance upgrades before dodging oil patches and Nerg Nails in a
final race, which will no doubt finish in a thrilling climax of dirty tactics, Shouting and the renewa
l of long-forgotten family feuds....
OGRI'S creators have added a new board game to the range of products celebrating the cartoon biking
star of the Telegraph motoring section. "
(The Daily Telegraph)
..back by popular demand,very rare board game produced in 1000 sets in 1996
We got few games left still brand new factory sealed!
Price £ 85
In stock! Ready to be shipped.
Sent to U.K.
The box weight is kg 1.9, please choose your destination ,
the shipping price (national or air mail) is included in the paypal button!
Hell for leather : short review
HELL FOR LEATHER !!!!
Hell for Leather with Ogri (at the T.T) is a family board game based upon the dirty, greasy world of motorcycle racing.
Players (2-6) race around the famous ISLE OF MAN * T.T race course with two dice (one normal and one turbo-dice) and an assortment of cards to help them go faster, cheat and hinder their opponents.
The overall game lasts for three races and how well you do in each race
Determines how much sponsorship money, you get for the next one.
The better your sponsor is the faster your bike will go !!!!!!!
But the coarse is tricky and your opponents can slow you down so, unlike F1, big money does not guarantee the win .
The artwork, the pewter cartoon characters and the famous OGRI humour all combine to make playing hell for leather a fun and ridiculously exciting time.
A treat for anyone who enjoys a good old fashioned board game.
1 giant full colour board illustrated by Paul Sample
6 hand - cast pewter figures
2 dice, standard white and turbo black
6 plastic lap card stands
60 performance upgrade cards
40 risk cards
18 lap cards
6 nerg nail and oil cards
11 sponsorship cards
4 denomination of money
Hell for leather with Ogri at the T.T. is the biggest and best biking board game ever - so start your engines and prepare for battle !
* ISLE OF MAN DEPT. OF TOURISM APPROVED