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There Will Be Favorites - Top 5 Halloween Games

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07 Oct 2019 23:58 #302264 by dysjunct
1. Camp Grizzly
2. Fury of Dracula 2e
3. Call of Cthulhu RPG
4. Dread RPG
5. Silently contemplating the crushing banality of my daily life, solo LARP
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08 Oct 2019 04:00 #302265 by Dr. Mabuse
Psycho Raiders
JAWS
Fury of Dracula
Camp Grizzly
Legendary Encounters (Alien)
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08 Oct 2019 06:41 #302266 by Matt Thrower
Halloween is on a half-term this year. So I've asked for the day off and lined up a few board games to play with the kids. Which are ...

- Horrified
- Fury of Dracula 1st Ed (they wouldn't cope with the length and complexity of the FFG ones)
- Nyctophobia

Note that all of these have a co-op element because that's what they like.

I've never played Betrayal at House on the Hill. Not sure how well it would go down with my grown-up gaming friends and it may be a bit complicated for the kids. It's something I'd love to try out one day though. I did once own a copy of 1st edition but sold it, unplayed, for a tidy profit when it went OOP.

That list isn't games I'd choose if I had free reign though, and all the time, money and opponents in the world. But who has?
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09 Oct 2019 12:37 #302303 by southernman
Betrayal at House on the Hill needs at least four for most of the haunts, it is great with six and a good Halloween (or any night) fun game. Saying that, if you friends are predominantly euro-players or don't like co-ops then don't bother - the only group I have that gets to six players are euro-gamers who don't really like co-ops so I don't even bother taking it around.
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