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Arkham Horror: Final Hour

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MSRP $
39.95

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You arrived too late to stop the loathsome rite, and a monstrous, transdimensional Ancient One tears through reality. An iridescent rift slashes across the darkened skies, heralding the nightmarish creatures that pour into the hallowed buildings of Miskatonic University. As howls and screams cut through the night, there is only one path left for your fearless investigators—hold back the horde long enough to somehow reverse the summoning.

Arkham Horror: Final Hour is a fully cooperative, fast-paced board game for one to four players. An endless tide of monsters sweeps across the Miskatonic University campus, and you must hold them back, all while searching desperately for the ritual components you need to put an end to this insanity. Playable in under 60 minutes, your fate depends on cooperation between you and your fellow investigators. The odds against you are astronomical, but if you don’t succeed, this will indeed be the final hour for Arkham... and the world.


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fightcitymayor replied the topic: #300361 01 Aug 2019 14:14
Arkham Horror in an hour, with an emphasis on combat, and no plastic minis to drive up the price? Yes, please.
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Vysetron replied the topic: #300363 01 Aug 2019 14:47
This was the only game in FFG's announcement that interested me. Fully embracing the pulp and having to solve the puzzle while constantly shooting could be interesting.

Could being the operative word.
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Shellhead replied the topic: #300367 01 Aug 2019 15:45
If I thought there was a way to play this as a substitute for Final Battle in Arkham Horror 2nd edition, I would be excited. But as a standalone game, this could easily be good, bad, or just meh. One hour or less makes it sound like a filler, and I usually dislike filler games. I'm willing to try it, but there is zero chance that I will buy it without playing first.
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Michael Barnes replied the topic: #300370 01 Aug 2019 17:13
The worst and least Lovecraftian part of Arkham Horror made into a full game. GRRRRRRREAT.
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Jackwraith replied the topic: #300371 01 Aug 2019 17:29
That was kind of my reaction. We played dozens of games of AH, but never once bothered with the final battle sequence. If the GOO had entered the world, we were doomed and the game was over. This sounds like a bit more of a race against time/solve the puzzle before doom occurs scenario, which would be a lot more interesting than simply slugging it out with the demon god. But I have Cthulhu Wars and Fate of the Elder Gods, so I think I'm content with the HPL stuff on the shelf.
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Ah_Pook replied the topic: #300397 02 Aug 2019 08:19
Posted this on the other FFG thread by accident, but fast Arkham Horror seems like the game they should have released instead of 3rd edition aka AHLCG the board game. Would have given them a longer expansion heavy game in the line and a new short game in the line, plus the LCG. 3rd fizzled, and now I think people will be hesitant on this one.
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Vysetron replied the topic: #300398 02 Aug 2019 08:58
Joel gave this a rundown. My enthusiasm has plummeted. It just looks so boring.

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Yugblad replied the topic: #300462 04 Aug 2019 11:16
Looks similar to WITCH OF SALEM - but FFG's board is less cool
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Michael Barnes replied the topic: #300463 04 Aug 2019 11:56
Heh...that’s a game that has been all but forgotten!