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Tabletop Game Review: Betrayal at House on the Hill
Some people start their tabletop boardgaming careers with Settlers of Catan. For my Brooklyn group, it was Betrayal at House on the Hill. I don’t know who they chained up in a basement to write all of them, but this game has fifty different scenarios to play through, each with unique win conditions and puzzles. Betrayal is somewhere between Clue and a D&D dungeon crawl in a haunted house, and it’s a perfect game for beginners, as well as older gamers who like storytelling and creepy surprises. The magic of Betrayal is that it’s like a box of chocolates—you never …