Collectible Action Figure Game

A collectible action figure game is a collectible tabletop game in which the primary component is some sort of action figure. The first collectible action figure game was Mark Rein-Hagen's Z-G. Subsequent collectible action figure games have included WizKids' Shadowrun, Toy Biz's Marvel Legends Showdown, and Hasbro's XEVOZ and Attacktix games.


Other articles related to "action, actions":

Klein–Gordon Equation - Action
... can also be derived from the following action where is the Klein–Gordon field and is its mass ...
Action Theory (philosophy) - Discussion
... example, throwing a ball is an instance of action it involves an intention, a goal, and a bodily movement guided by the agent ... On the other hand, catching a cold is not considered an action because it is something which happens to a person, not something done by one ... Other events are less clearly defined as actions or not ...
Action Theory (philosophy) - Overview
... Basic action theory typically describes action as behavior caused by an agent in a particular situation ... Davidson), the desire and belief jointly cause the action ... a desire plus a belief about the means of satisfying that desire are always what is behind an action ...
Filmation - Live-action Shows
... Filmation incorporated live-action into some of its animated series ... Hardy Boys and Archie's Funhouse featured live-action footage of an audience watching the bands perform and Fat Albert had segments featuring series creator Bill Cosby ... Hour with Shazam!, was more of a hybrid - a live-action variety show with animated segments ...

Famous quotes containing the words game, figure and/or action:

    Even an attorney of moderate talent can postpone doomsday year after year, for the system of appeals that pervades American jurisprudence amounts to a legalistic wheel of fortune, a game of chance, somewhat fixed in the favor of the criminal, that the participants play interminably.
    Truman Capote (1924–1984)

    Personally, I don’t like a girlfriend to have a husband. If she’ll fool her husband, I figure she’ll fool me.
    Orson Welles (1915–1985)

    Mountains are to the rest of the body of the earth, what violent muscular action is to the body of man. The muscles and tendons of its anatomy are, in the mountain, brought out with force and convulsive energy, full of expression, passion, and strength.
    John Ruskin (1819–1900)