The Labyrinth sequel may never materialise, and a reboot’s future is uncertain after the untimely death of David Bowie, he who played the orb-juggling Jareth (all hail the Goblin King). But as you pick out the right crotch-gripping trousers to celebrate the film’s 30th anniversary this summer, the Jim Henson Company is releasing a board game to keep the dance magic dance alive.
According to ToyNews, the official Labyrinth board game will be on shelves later this year. Although details are slim so far, I assume the game involves surmounting dangers untold and hardships unnumbered to reach the center of the labyrinth:
Developed by River Horse, the game features the likeness of the film’s main characters in a series of five crafted miniatures including Bowie’s Goblin King, Jareth, Connelly’s Sarah, Hoggle, Ludo and Didymus atop his loyal steed, Ambrosias.