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Friday the 13th: Horror at Camp Crystal Lake

Friday the 13th: Horror at Camp Crystal Lake

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The OP (USAopoly)

Summertime fun is dying out at Camp Crystal Lake, where masked and murderous Jason Voorhees is on the hunt for camp counselor blood… and your unlucky day is looming.

Grasp for as much lifesaving supply as possible to escape the vengeful serial killer’s slaughter and try to make it out alive through five nights in this edge-of-your-seat game of chance, strategy, and survival. Reach into the bag and see what you will find!

In this anxiety-driven, press-your-luck horror game, players take on the roles of cliché camp counselors like the stereotypical Nerd, the Partier, the Nice Guy, the Final Girl, the Diva, and the Jock as they must rely on chance and strategy to survive five nights being terrorized by blood-thirsty Jason. Coveted tools of survival are just within your reach to randomly draw from a camp bag: cast iron pans, gasoline, cleavers, flashlights and more. Collect them to make various combinations for points and use additional Fear cards for ways to escape his Attacks.

You only have strategy and supplies to keep you alive, but the odds of returning safely to the camp get slimmer with every turn! Steal supplies from your friends, take them with you to the cabin, or keep what you find and wait out the nights to be the last one standing!


In stock July 31 on The OP website.

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drewcula replied the topic: #308500 23 Mar 2020 18:27
I'm a F13th NUT.
This game should be right up my alley.
And yet, I'm not sold.

I'll stay curious, but not "what happens if I shove my decapitated mother's head into this girl's fridge" curious.
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Shellhead replied the topic: #308506 23 Mar 2020 21:51
Camp Grizzly does an amazing job of simulating the early Friday the 13th movies without actually directly copying the license. I'm skeptical that this Friday the 13th board game will be even half as good. For starters, I didn't see a board or any other kind of map in those components. All my other slasher games (I have five) have at least a rudimentary map to convey a sense of geography.
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drewcula replied the topic: #308508 23 Mar 2020 21:58

Self Portrait as Jason Vorhees
18 x 14"
Oil on canvas
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drewcula replied the topic: #308510 23 Mar 2020 22:00
I too tired and drunk to figure out how to change my painting's orientation.
Besides, it's more upsetting this way.
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Josh Look replied the topic: #308513 24 Mar 2020 08:57
Another F13 fanatic here, overwhelmed with a feeling of “who the fuck cares.”
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CapnHowdy replied the topic: #308574 25 Mar 2020 13:46
Shellhead -- what are your five slasher games?
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Shellhead replied the topic: #308575 25 Mar 2020 14:04
1. Camp Grizzly - by now, everybody at this site has probably heard about Camp Grizzly. If not, there are a couple of dedicated threads about it.
2. Slasher: The Final Cut - this mid-'90s classic was sold in a video cassette case.
3. Slasher Flick: Revenge of the Boogeyman - only published as an insert to Fantasy Gamer issue #1, from Steve Jackson Games.
4. Psycho Raiders - this one might be a stretch, since slashers normally function alone, and the psycho raiders use a variety of weapons that include a flame thrower.
5. 1 Survives - a recent distributed kickstarter game that I own but haven't tried yet.