Betrayal At House On The Hill - 2nd Edition
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- For 3 to 6 players
- 60 minutes of play time
- Designed for 3–6 players aged 12 and up
- Cooperative game
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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
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The creak of footsteps on the stairs, the smell of something foul and dead, the feel of something crawling down your back – this and more can be found in the exciting refresh of the Avalon Hill favorite Betrayal at House on the Hill. This fun and suspenseful game is a new experience almost every time you play – you and your friends explore “that creepy old place on the hill” until enough mystic misadventures happen that one of the players turns on all of the others. Hours of fun for all your friends and family. Designed for 3–6 players aged 12 and up, this boardgame features multiple scenarios, a different lay-out with every game, and enough chills to freeze the heart of any horror fan.
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Aside from that, the gameplay itself is very fun. The only reason I'm giving this three stars rather than four stars is because the packaging for the small cardboard pieces is incredibly frustrating and ultimately led to a fair amount of them having small tears in them and even some of the larger pieces, such as the character boards, to also want to tear apart from the board when trying to remove from the serrated piece. It seemed almost as if the serration was not enough for all of the pieces.
All in all, good game but either needs to fix up how many pieces it comes with/uses since there's so damn many of the tiny cardboard pieces, or come up with a better way to package them so that the customer is not tearing them left and right when removing them.
I plan on getting the expansion at some point, but with 50 scenarios, it will take me a while to explore what comes in this first release. Amazon is currently selling this for 35, which is a very good price considering the depth of the game. Many comparable games are probably in the $50+ range for something like this. I am hoping to play this as much as I can over the holidays when I have time off. For me, it has been my favorite game to play this year.
It is split into 2 phases:
-an exploratory phase where you and the rest of the players slowly uncover the layout of the house and then...
The haunt is unique every time and is based off of multiple factors surrounding when and how it was triggered. This is a game that involves reading and the architects have done a fantastic job at designing the various haunts to have different strategies and possible winners.
If you love board games, but hate the fact that after you play most of them 5-6 times you know everything about them (i.e.: "cards against humanity" or "ticket to ride") then you'll love this game!