It is an easy to learn cooperative game for kids, for 1-5 players. We played this game as a family for the first time at GEN CON, 2019 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. No fighting about who is going to lose or who is going to win. All of us working together to conquer the monsters to win. A great introduction to playing a cooperative game, nothing like chess or monopoly, trying to outsmart everyone. In my opinion, an easy starter cooperative horror game for kids. A great way for kids to play with their friends and build social skills. Nothing horrific about this game if you have played Ouija –spirit board game! There is still suspense and thrill as you pull the next card but the actions are simple.
There is still suspense and thrill as you pull the next card but the actions are simple.
As I started playing, I was waiting for the challenging task to do or unexpected move to do, well, it never really happened! It was not like Arkham Horror, or Betrayal at House on the Hill or like Dead of Winters, it is way so simpler and has easy quick mechanics. Very easy game to get kids to engage, has high player interaction, little downtime and fast game. You can make the game harder by picking more monsters, so the game can be graded easy to difficult level as needed.
No one can do everything but everyone can do something. ~ unknown