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Features

Thematic
Dice Rollling
Competetive
Modular Board
Partnerships
Player Elimination
Storytelling

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Contents

1 rule book 2 haunt books 44 room tiles 1 entrance hall/foyer/grand staircase tile 6 pre painted plastic explorer figures 6 two sided character cards 30 plastic clips 8 dice 1 turn/damage track 80 cards 149 tokens

Key Details

Max Players

6

Min Players

3

Age

12+

Weight

1.228 kg

Dimensions (cm)

D: 8, W: 27, L: 27

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Rob Daviau announces Betrayal Legacy

Publisher: Wizards of the Coast, Game Length: 60-75 minutes, Players: 3-6, Complexity: Average

Critical Opinion

"It is by far the best game of the horror genre that I have ever played" - Board Game Reviews By Josh
"Betrayal at House on the Hill has been one of my favourite games for a long time now." - Big Red Barrel

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Betrayal at House on the Hill*

WHAT What is the main theme, story or key idea?
Betrayal at the House on the Hill see’s 3-6 players exploring a spooky mansion to uncover the mysteries that lie within. However not everyone is who they claim to be! Half way through the game, ‘the haunt’ will trigger – and one player will be revealed to have been working alongside dark forces to doom the other players.
HOWHow do the key mechanics and ideas work?
To play Betrayal, players will first pick from a selection of characters, each of whom has their own stats relating to strength, intelligence and movement. On a turn, a player will uncover room tiles to discover new rooms which can contain hidden horrors, events or useful equipment. When a player discovers a haunt card, they will have to roll the dice to see if they trigger the haunt. If the haunt begins, a betrayer will be identified and will be given a specific haunt scenario. There are 50 haunt scenarios in the game and each one adds additional rules, victory conditions and powers to the betrayer.
WHY Why is Betrayal at House on the Hill* worth your time?
Betrayal at the House on the Hill is a game with huge replay value considering it contains 50 different haunt scenarios. As a bonus, it’s also a lot of fun to play and is particularly easy to get the grasp of on your first play through. Likewise, it’s a really enjoyable game to play which often creates funny scenarios due to the random placement of rooms and the many different haunts players will encounter.

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