Betrayal at House on the Hill: 2nd Edition (Board Game)
- R 622
- Normal Price
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.
Funny Horror House that changes with each game
Kassie N onReviewed by
Great Halloween mystery Game
Dave L onReviewed by
Power of a game a must have for any collector worth his salt
Great board game, Great service
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Reviewed by Wayne B on
A B-horror movie lovers delight
Carl V onReviewed by
With 50 different scenarios ranging from deamons to aliens and zombie to warlocks to name a few, no 2 games will play out the same.
Every game starts pretty much the same where you and your rag tag group of player characters enter a, at first, unnasuming mansion and move through rooms building the board as you go, discovering hidden treasures or allies but also "omens".
Everytime one of these omen rooms are found, you role custom dice to see if the haunt is triggered, and this is where the game becames even more interesting. When it does trigger, the players check on a list which item was found in what room and this dictates who will became the betrayer and which scenario gets played.
Now one of you are no longer friendly... And get to hunt down your friends who are left in all manner of strange B movie style.
Plenty of replayability and great components in the box, there are even pre-painted character minis in the box.
Well worth owning
Horror movie on the board
Daniel V onReviewed by
Think of all the horror movie cliches packed into one board game, it really plays out as your own horror movie in front of you. The descriptions on the cards and tiles add to the atmosphere of the game and with 50 scenarios to play out there is massive replay value here.
Great game to have in your collection when you want to switch it up from the traditional games.
Jacob V onReviewed by
Absolute must have!
Jordan D onReviewed by
An amazingly fun game
Reviewed by Jade N on
The basic premise is that you and a bunch of friends are trapped in a haunted mansion, except one of the friends is not who them seem, and will betray you even later in the game (some of the best fun comes from discovering who the betrayer as, as even they do not know until the second phase). I won't explain all the rules here (there are plenty of other resources for that), but I HIGHLY recommend checking this out if you like long boardgames with a spooky feel to them.