Gather your family around the table for a fun-filled night of the Betrayal at House on the Hill game. The object of the Betrayal at House on Haunted Hill game is to betray and defeat the other players until you win.
The House on The Hill Board 2nd Edition Game can entertain between three and six players. Players must build and explore their own haunted mansion that is filled with omens and deadly spirits, creaky stairs, creepy sensations and foul smells. They must also choose and play with one of the six character figures that are included in the House on The Hill board game.
A Secrets of Survival booklet is included to help players navigate through creepy halls and rooms without getting attacked. The Traitor's Tome booklet will provide a strategy reference for defeating opponents.
The Betrayal at House on Haunted Hill game includes 80 play cards, six character cards, 45 room tiles and over 100 game tokens. A rule book tells you what you can and cannot do in the game. You can play this game more than once and experience a different scenario and result.
Includes: Six character figures, six character cards, 80 play cards, rulebook, Traitor's Tome booklet, Secrets of Survival booklet, dice, 45 room tiles and over 100 game tokens.
Ages: 12+ | Players: 3 - 6
Name: Betrayal at House on the Hill
Model No. -
In Stock: 1
Product added: 12/24/2016
Products GTIN: 00653569533450
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What our customers say...
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Brought this game on the advice of a friend. Very good game and very easy to pick up.
The two bad things about this game is;
.The time it takes between part one and part two can be a bit drawn out, slowing the pace of game play as the betrayer has to leave the room to read what the end scenario will be. Some new players will can take them up to 30mins to work out what to do while experience players will know the little tricks and tactics already.
.And the counters on your player card don't stay where they are supposed to, we had to get blue tack to hold them in place.
Each time you play will be a different board and a different outcome. Plus when you are rolling for the haunting it can get pretty intense.
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