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The Widow’s Walk Expansion for
Betrayal at House on the Hill adds new rooms, cards, and 50 additional haunts. Before you pull the tiles from the cardboard sheet you might want to remember what is new and what is original. Unlike other games, like Arkham Horror, there’s no indication. If you want to separate and return to their original box but it’s too late, read below.
Just in time for Halloween,
we break out Betrayal at House on the Hill. It’s a game session of four. The professor takes three mental patients out on a late night field trip. What could go wrong? The answer is most everything. Read carefully how the house betrays hero and villains alike. This session concluded on October 16, 2016.
Two orphans, Brandon and Zoe, run up to Father Rhinehardt telling him wild stories about strange happenings the house on the hill. “Nonsense!” exclaimed Father. He lectures them for an hour about God fearing and blasphemy. However, the children’s imagination could not be erased by Rhinehardt’s repeating thumping on the table. Frustrated by his ineffective piousness, he takes each child by the hand and escorts them to the mansion at dusk.
Betrayal at House on the Hill is a thematic game and an impulse buy. Its about nosy characters trespassing a haunted house, pilfering items and having psychedelic yet dangerous encounters from room to mysterious room. No two games will be alike due to its mechanics of map building and its unknown plot. Full of twists and turns, its “fun factor” depends how much imagination and enthusiasm players are willing to invest in it. We’ll go over why would anyone want this board game and what you can expect out of it.