Arkham Horror: Kingsport Horror Expansion
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- Introduces the town of Kingsport with colorful new board
- Introduces Guardians and Epic Battle cards
- For Ages: 12+
- Number of Players: - 8
- Playing Time: 2-4 hrs
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Top Customer Reviews
4 1/2 stars, rounded down because I find the rift progress mechanic unwieldy (but still fun).
My Arkham friends and I play with this and Dunwich and not a lot else.
We don't always use the board though.
This review won't go too far into the mechanics of the game, as I feel that greater reviewers than I have done that very well. Please check out some of those reviews if this one piques your interest. Instead, I am going to give you my feelings on the game after having played it half a dozen times. This review will deal with the base game, and hopefully I will have time to play and review the excellent looking expansions already adorning my cabinetry.
Arkham Horror is a cooperative board game for 1-8 players. It was originally published during the eighties, and this new edition is truly a reworking of that game in every sense of the word (while the original was fun, this one looks like Fantasy Flight Games took twenty years of play testing notes and really did the work right). The players take on the roles of investigators, which are each well-developed characters in the RPG sense of the word with excellent back stories, in the Lovecraftian staple town of Arkham, Massachusetts, during the roaring twenties while something dark and sinister is happening.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
if you want a complex game based on H.P. Lovecraft Cthulhu mythos this is your game.Published 18 days ago by K. Vogel
Boyfriend loved the gift and it completed his Arkham Horror collection. He played the expansion last night and had a great time.Published 1 month ago by Miranda Sheehan
One does not play Arkham Horror with just 1 expansion. Now I have them all. I'm addictedPublished 2 months ago by Mike
I like the Kingsport board for the variation it brings to the game.Published 4 months ago by michael a costante
I haven't played the full expansion yet, just added some of the mechanisms to the base game. Highly recommend for anyone who likes board games.Published 4 months ago by Chris Lorance