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Betrayal at House on the Hill Board Game -2nd Edition: Take a deep breath before you enter. It might be your last. Your fear will grow with each tile you place as you investigate a house filled with dreadful monsters and deadly secrets. With 50 fiendish scenarios (including seven new haunts) and dozens of danger-filled rooms, you'll return to the house again and again – as often as you dare – and never face the same game twice. Contents include 1 rulebook, 2 haunt books, 44 room tiles, 1 Entrance Hall/Foyer/Grand staircase tile, 6 explorer figures, 6 two-sided character cards, 30 plastic clips, 8 dice, 1 Turn/Damage track, 80 cards (events, item, omen and more) and 149 tokens. For 3 – 6 players, ages 12 and up
Very fun and unique!
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This game is very fun and unique! This is one of our new family favorites. We love that the game has a different scenario and different board every time we play it. We also love the semi-cooperative nature of the game.
Fun game but has flaws
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This game is really fun but it does have some flaws. Since this game gives you a new experience to the 50 various haunts you can encounter, you and the players have to learn a lot of new things in every play through. This is what makes the game really fun, however sometimes the wording is vague and it’s difficult to understand what the heroes and traitor are allowed to do in a certain haunt.
This is a really fun and thoughtful game
This is a really fun and thoughtful game! I was looking for a haunted-house, horror/spooky but funny kind of game to spend evenings with friends with, and this game does it. Its thoughtful design also means you don’t play the same game twice. My friends and I love it and are planning to play it again! And the price is reasonable too. It’s true that the physical elements are not of very good quality (e.g. the figurines look blurred, and the clips that are supposed to clip onto boards don’t clip well), but considering the price I’m ok with that.
So not only is the game a really fantastic experience and a whole lot of fun
The first game I ordered was missing some pieces, so I contacted Wizards of the Coast and they told me that it would be 4-6 weeks to get the replacement pieces in. After receiving that email from them I immediately got on Amazon and filled out an exchange for a new game, and they sent it to me the next day. So not only is the game a really fantastic experience and a whole lot of fun, but Amazon customer service proved itself once again as the best around.
One of the best board games!
WOW! If you have never played this game then you have no idea what you are missing! This is a constant contender for game night and keeps everyone entertained. Even if you are not a fan of “scary” this game will still be a fun addition because each gameplay is different and usually involve some type of basic monster who is played by someone in the group (which makes it a lot less scary but still fun!). Also each time you play the game is different because you build a different house each time, can play different characters, and there are 50 haunts included which vary depending on how the cards are dealt in the game. Well worth the money if you love board games.
This is one of my all time favorite games. It is very simple to learn how …
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This is one of my all time favorite games. It is very simple to learn how to play, but that doesn’t make it a simple game.
Great replay potential, some flaws, good all in all
I’m big into board games and have been looking to branch away from Rio Grande games (catan, Puerto rico, etc…) and thought I would give this a try. It’s a good premise to have multiple scenarios and a randomized structure as a tile building game. It is fun to have two major phases, an exploring phase where everyone is working together to explore the house and then a mission type phase it calls the haunt on which one person is a traitor and the rest of the group works together to defeat the traitor as survivors. I’ve gone through about 6 play through with 4 different groups of people. It can get sort of corny with the cards and storyline but all in all it is a good game. The biggest flaw I have seen is the various tokens associated with the game, there are slide tokens, monster tokens of 6 different colors times 20 of each color or so, item tokens, knowledge tokens, etc… most of which are never used. Seems like there would be a better system to consolidate them. Another flaw that would be easier to remedy is the markers on the player stat cards. They are too wide and move too easily on the player stats cards to the point that you are better off writing down your stats because one slight bump of your card removes the markers from their spot.
This is a Great family game for those who love some plot twists
This is a Great family game for those who love some plot twists, quick strategy development and an hour or two to spare. Since Avalon Hill paired with WOTC on this, Dungeons And Dragons players will feel at home with this board game in terms of movement, opposed dice rolls and some plots/story-lines. This is truly an AWESOME game!!!!!!!!
Don’t wait to read the rules until you start the game.
I bought this for a friend who loves board games. We played it with a group of 5 adults and spent close to two hours getting through one game. Admittedly half of that time was spent trying to figure out the rules, but the gameplay was fun and kept us entertained. I would not call this a scary game for anyone that might be worried about that. For us it was definitely more competitive and about trying to bash each other off the board (or out the window in our round). My suggestion would be to designate one person to read the rules carefully a few days in advance because we ended up resorting to a 4 minute online tutorial so we could get out of there before midnight, and i’m positive we were still playing it incorrectly. LOL. I would give this 5/5 if the rules were a little more direct and to the point. But it’s fun!