Battlestar Galactica: The Board Game, released in 2008 by Fantasy Flight Games, took our site by storm. Described by the publisher as "an exciting game of mistrust, intrigue, and the struggle for survival," it did not disappoint. Although it may not have been the first hidden traitor game, it's initial popularity certainly conrtibuted to the many subsequent hidden traitor games designed and released over the next decade.
Its many expansions were recieved with a bit less enthusiasm, and some argue that they may have lead to a decline in Battlestar Galactica's popularity, along with waning interest and disappointment in the direction of the TV series on which the game was based.
What do you think? Is Battlestar Galactica the rular by which you measure all hidden traitor games are measured? Love it or hate it? Do you still play it?