- 2 Rule Books
- 24 Map Tiles
- 32 Plastic Figures
- 219 Cards
- 148 Tokens
- 5 Dice
- Bonus Conversion Kit
- Mansions of Madness 2nd Edition Board Game
- For 1 to 5 players
- Ages 14+
- Game play takes 2 to 3 hours
- Bonus conversion kit makes 1st edition compatible with 2nd edition
The Struggle is Surreal
Have you ever wanted to jump into the surreal tales of H.P. Lovecraft? It's a weird but understandable goal, considering the strange creatures this horror writer came up with during his long career. But that's not to say there aren't compromises out there. Created by Eldrich Horror, Mansions of Madness puts together a wild, surprise and intrigue-filled party that'll keep up to five people busy with continuous hurdles and campaigns. This wild mansion of madness is rich with beautiful details. Players love making their moves through the warmly illustrated board accompanied with beautiful character cards. Make game night intriguing as well as horrifying with this second edition of Mansions of Madness.
With multiple campaigns and a young adult to an adult audience, this detail-rich game will keep one to five players occupied for a whole evening! Afraid of your high-stakes game getting cut short by time restraints? No worries, the included phone app actually lets you keep your spot! Fans of this games love the richly detailed figures that come with the game and make the action sequences seem more tangible.
A Questionable Invitation
Want to make your game night into an exciting adventure? Bear with us for a second for a weird idea. Maybe you could invite the other players in a way that befits a horrific mansion soiree. Send those players a black envelope that basically shouts danger while alluding to an elegant evening with who's who in a mansion that's bedecked with crystal chandeliers. Yes, there will be monsters but at least the house you're staying in is elegant!
There are no questions for this item yet. Be the first to ask a question!
There are no reviews for this item yet. Be the first to write a review!Write A Review