Mansions of Madness and Other Board Games to Peak Your CuriosityMay 20, 2018
What are good board games without good storytelling?
Here are a few board games you can find at Game Goblins that will send you and your fellow players into a horror adventure of your own. Stop by our location at 1121 S Bowman Rd Suite C7, Little Rock, AR 72211 to check out these board games.
Board Games to Peak Your Curiosity #1: Betrayal at House on the Hill
This is a haunting game of strategy, miniatures, and a traitor. Design your haunted mansion and then begin exploring it. As you explore you will haunting spooky omens and traps. This board game is designed for three to six players. One player is the traitor, the rest are innocent. The innocent must find a way to survive and defeat the traitor before they meet their fate.
This game takes an hour to play. It is appropriate for ages 12 and up. The miniatures that come with this game are pre-painted.
Board Games to Peak Your Curiosity #2: Mountains of Madness
Mountains of Madness is based on a novel, by the original horror storyteller himself, H. P. Lovecraft. Set in the 1930s, this fully cooperative game is all about exploration and sanity. Can you keep your mental health in check as you overcome the obstacles that stand in your way of climbing this mountain?
This game is best played with three to five players, ages 12 and up. It takes 60 to 90 minutes to play.
Board Games to Peak Your Curiosity #3: Mansions of Madness
Another game of exploration and horror that will take you and one to four other players into a haunted mansion filled with monsters and clues as a brilliant story unfolds. There is more than one ending to this expedition. Which one will you get?
This game is recommended for players ages 13 and up. It takes about 120 minutes to play. One player will be the designated keeper. This player will keep control over the monsters and other powers inside the mansion during the round. The rest of the players are explorers.
To enhance the experience this game features miniatures.
Board Games to Peak Your Curiosity #4: Dark Souls The Card Game
In this game of medieval treasures and powerful enemies, players use cards to make moves and risk the state of their health. It is recommended for players ages 12 and up and takes 45 to 60 minutes to play. It can be played as a single player card game, or with 4 players. Each player has the same role.
This is a great game for quick thinking and strategy. To win Dark Souls: The Card Game a player must defeat the boss. As the game builds, the enemies get more powerful. Will you survive?
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