Is Betrayal At House On The Hill a Good Game?

If you were thinking about trying something new, here is a suggestion. I’ve played a few times and although I, personally found the rules a little difficult than what is stated the game was a great group experience.

I would play it again just for the B-Movie feel of the game. I’m a huge B-Movie fan which made the game even more fun.

JT

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A few months ago, I wrote an article about whether Catan can be considered a good game or not. I tried to approach the question as mathematically as possible, comparing it to two games that everyone knew. Those were Monopoly and Chess. The conclusion was simple – yes, Catan is a good game.

In the comments section, it was actually suggested (by iplayedthegame) that another review was done, this time asking the question: Is Betrayal at House on the Hill a good game? The idea being to remove all emotion from the piece and just ask the question straight up, relying on data for an answer. That was four months ago. I’m a little bit behind the ball but today we will ask that question once and for all.

Is Betrayal At House On The Hill A Good Game?

Okay, so for this we are going to…

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Ticket To Ride Strategy Tips

Some great advice on this favorite board game. We own the original and the European version and it has been a staple for board night around the house for years.

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When we talk about entry level games, there are a few that come up regularly. Four in particular, games commonly referred to by most gamers asThe Big Four, tend to adorn our shelves with monotonous regularity. Most gamers own at least one, some all four, but they tend to be the games to get most people hooked -Catan,Carcassonne,Agricola, andTicket to Ride. Those are four games that hold a warm place in our hearts, and ones that still make it out on a regular basis.

Out of the above four, the games we play most often areCatan(as I have written about quite a lot on this blog – here, here, and here) andTicket to Ride. The latter is what we are going to be talking about today as we explore a few notions of

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