Betrayal at house on the hill is basically like any scary move you have ever seen. If you ever wanted to be in a scary move without the risk of, you know, actually dying this is it.

Ok so let me paint a picture for you. You are a group of teenagers looking for some thrill seeking at night. One of you says, “Hey there is an abandoned haunted house on the hill, let’s go in it.”

You all agree, it sounds like fun. So you go into the house, (while all the time scary music that no one can hear is playing in the background). At first it appears to be just an old house. As you walk to different rooms you find new things and get caught in traps. Then suddenly it happens. One of you becomes the betrayer.

His job is to kill you all, Everyone else’s job is to stop him!

There is really no exact rules to playing this game. Every time you play the rules are different based on a number of factors.

That is the best part of the game because you never play the same game twice. Even the board is build to be different every game.

If you are interested in playing BETRAYAL AT HOUSE ON THE HILL I would strongly suggest you do so with at least 5 people. Officially the rules say 3 people, but you need to have at least 5 if you want to stand a chance against stopping the betrayer.

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