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Is Betrayal At House on the Hill fun to play?

Is Betrayal At House on the Hill fun to play?
Betrayal At House on the Hill

Players: 3 – 6 players | Game Duration 50 – 70 mins | Min. Age 12+ | Game complexity: EASY

Genre: Adventure, Exploration, Horror, Miniatures

Solo game mode: No | Co-op: No | Online Version: No

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What is Betrayal At House on the Hill about?

Each player chooses an explorer to investigate a creepy old house in Betrayal at House on the Hill. Each player discovers new rooms. You might find something in every room . . . or something might find you. Depending on how the players handle the house’s surprises, explorers change over the course of the game (for better or worse).
Every time you build a house, it is different.
 
An explorer randomly triggers a scenario known as a haunt during the game.
As the haunt is revealed, one explorer becomes a traitor bent on defeating his or her  former companions. The remaining explorers become heroes trying to survive. As the game continues, it becomes a fight between the traitor and the heroes-often to the death. There are fifty haunts in this game, and each tells a different story. Explore them all as you live or die in the House on the Hill  

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Awards Won by Betrayal At House on the Hill

2005 Japan Boardgame Prize Best Advanced Game Nominee
2004 Origins Awards Gamers’ Choice Award Winner

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