Betrayal At House On The Hill – 2nd Edition

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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

Customer Reviews

Fun and well made.

1 helpful vote
 on April 2, 2017
By Chad Addington
It’s fun. The game pieces are sturdy and well made, some of them look a little funny in coloring but meh. At least they’re made well. The game itself is either really quick, or takes some time, depending on how many people you have and what kinda luck you have with rolls. I happen to have the worst luck ever when it comes to rolling dice so our games are usually pretty quick but still amusing and fun to play. We liked it so much we did end up getting the expansion later on.

This game is so much fun. There are so many different scenarios

1 helpful vote
 on January 5, 2017
By Jenni Ludtke
This game is so much fun. There are so many different scenarios. We’ve already played several times and have gotten different results every time; it’s like getting 20 games in 1. The rules are rather lengthy and a bit confusing at first, but once we played a full time through, it was really simple and a lot of fun. I love the anticipation of the game.

Dungeons and Dragons meets Clue

1 helpful vote
 on July 9, 2016
By JTR
Super fun game!

Excellent game with a strong theme and easy to explain rules.

1 helpful vote
 on October 14, 2016
By Amanda W
My husband and I play a LOT of board games with friends. This one is excellent! We prefer it to the older edition of Mansions of Madness (have not played the newer version yet), because it offers similar mechanics without being as convuluted. It is easy to teach and play but offers great strategy with your teammates. One person will become the betrayer and will need to step out of the room to formulate a plan while the rest of the group plans their strategy. Then game play commences with a fun amount of exploration, fighting monsters and at times running away from things! The thematic elements of this game are very strong, and I look forward to the expansion of this game coming out later this October!

Teenagers are loving this game

1 helpful vote
 on May 12, 2016
By Michael
Played for the first time with a group on a game night and had a great time. The rules are pretty straight forward and easy to learn but would recommend playing with a group that has played if possible the first time. Game plays in two phases. First part of the game is everyone just exploring the mansion and fleshing out the floor plan while discovering items that will help you later in the game. Some newly discovered rooms will have a haunt which forces a roll of the dice to see if phase 2 of the game kicks in. At some point in the game you will not beat the haunt roll and phase 2 of the game kicks in. At this point you discover that one of the people sitting at the table is the traitor and tricked everyone into coming into the house to kill them. At this phase of the game the traitor reads from a special rule book, and the rest of the group reads from a separate rule book. The traitor tries to kill you and everyone else works together to stay alive. There are 50 random haunt scenarios to give some good replay ability. There are advantages that the traitor has that the group doesn’t know, and there are advantages that the rest of the group trying to survive know that that gives them an advantage. I have played 5 different haunt scenarios and they are all unique and hilarious. There is an expansion coming for this game soon from what I hear. It takes about 45-90 minutes to play depending on the experience of the group playing. If you are into coop games you will enjoy. If you don’t like coop games then you will like the opportunity to become the traitor and stomp the rest of your group that night.

So many scenarios. So much replay value

1 helpful vote
 on July 22, 2017
By Daniel
Game is great; have played it a couple of times with friends. Not sure if it’s a manufacturer defect but the plastic pieces used to keep track of a character’s stats are very loose, making it very difficult to keep it on the pentagon and keep track of the stats. My friends and I had to add an additional layer of cardboard in order to prevent the pieces from sliding around. Games have taken quite a bit longer than the “1 hour playtime” as advertised but maybe it’s because it’s the first few times the group has played. Scenarios have been fun and overall an awesome concept. Only other complaint is that the game was sold as “new” yet the box was sent to me with a smashed corner inside an amazon box with another smaller item. The Amazon box and other item were not damaged so I can only assume the box was already defective when it was sent to me. This has made it difficult to take the top off the box.

Great game. Hours of fun

1 helpful vote
 on June 26, 2017
By Viktor K.
Great game. Hours of fun. My friends and I have spent many hours playing this game since I purchased it. The game mechanics allow for continued enjoyment even after playing as much as we have. If you have a group of people you enjoy playing this game with five it a try you will not be disappointed.

This is one of my favorite board games

1 helpful vote
 on October 27, 2016
By heyheather
This is one of my favorite board games!

Get Ready For a Spooky Good Time!

1 helpful vote
 on January 31, 2016
By Cass
This game is a game-night hit!

it is a fun and exciting game whose varied and random nature insures …

1 helpful vote
 on January 26, 2016
By Amazon Customer
Betrayal at House on the Hill is a horror style board game. While complicated, it is a fun and exciting game whose varied and random nature insures that no two games are the same. Betrayal makes an excellent gift for people who enjoy board games and who are also horror movie lovers. Through the use of creepy, unsettling imagery and subject matter, it gives players a sense of fear or dread that would be felt by characters in such movies. The relief of finding a weapon in an item card can be instantly reversed into the dread of knowing that it will be no help against the monster in the next room. It does a very good job of emulating a person trapped in an old horror or slasher movie the likes of “Nightmare on Elm Street” or “Amityville Horror,” but in the end is still a well designed board game.