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- 3-7 Players
- Age 10+
- 60-80 minutes game
At the incarnation of the Knights of the Round Table, you join forces against the game itself in an attempt to protect Camelot.
Your victory hinges on the successful completion of legendary Quests, such as the search for Excalibur, the Holy Grail, or Lancelot's Armor; the tournament against the Black Knight; and numerous wars against the Saxons and Picts.
But beware. .. all is not as it seems among these noble Knights. One of your number might yet turn out to be a traitor-in-waiting, biding his time while sowing havoc and destruction from the Shadows
Fantastic strategy game, make you really have to work together. Feels a little easy sometimes. Plays a little different every time.Published 10 days ago by scott young
Great game! The traitor adds a lot of fun! I highly recommend!Published 11 days ago by F. J. Alonso
Fun game. The traitor makes the game really fun, especially if you are the traitor...Published 17 days ago by Steven
This is a great game for the family night and is sure to get everyone interacting.Love it!Published 23 days ago by MacKenzie Gumz
This game is amazing. Engaging, fun and huge replay value (not counting the playerbase online that mixes up some made-up rules to make the game more challenging if desired). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gabriel Cardoso dos Santos Faleiro
Well worth the price. Games nearly always turn out exciting, whether or not you play with a traitor. Highly recommended, though not for novice gamers.Published 1 month ago by ArcZephon
I loved this but it gets a bit long be aware of that. If you have 3 people they should play 2 characters or it gets very hard fast.Published 2 months ago by David T Helm
Shadows Over Camelot was a huge hit when I introduced it to a group of friends (there are six of us in total), most of whom are casual boardgamers (the most complex game we've... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ryan T. Wenger