Betrayal At the House on the Hill

We are: 

Archetypical B movie characters. 


Trying to: 

Survive the night in a haunted house that you had no business going into in the first place. 

 Score Board

Family Score:

51.15

Kids' Score:

43.7

Adults' Score:

58.6

Kids Say: 


"This game has an interesting concept, but a few features that might be disturbing for children. Hanging dead bodies, faceless children, snakes, skeletons, you know the drill. The game is orchestrated in a very suspenseful-horror kind of way."



Adults Say:


"A guys vs. ghouls game set in a haunted mansion. It starts out as a cooperative game, as players explore rooms full of random terrors that strengthen or weaken their bodies or minds. This part is satisfying for fans of Gothic horror, especially when you are new to the game, but feels stale after you’ve played a few times. Then, suddenly, one player is possessed by something lurking in the house and turns against the others. From that moment on, every game is different… the enemy may be a mummy, an expanding vortex of darkness, or evil twins of the players themselves. Opposing instruction manuals guide the story, as the monster (and possessed person) try to kill the explorers, and they try to escape. 


"The instruction manuals are not always perfectly clear. One team might have to spill some secrets to get the story right."


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