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Arkham Horror is a cooperative adventure board game designed by Richard Launius, originally published in 1987 by Chaosium.The game is based on Chaosium's roleplaying game Call of Cthulhu, which is set in the Cthulhu mythos of H.P. Lovecraft and other horror writers. The game's second edition was released by Fantasy Flight Games in 2005, with a third edition in 2019.
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Second up in our Best Trivia Board Games roundup we have a 2000’s take on the ever popular classic family board game of Trivial Pursuits. This special edition version features 300 new trivia cards with 1800 questions over 6 categories, but the topics are all exclusively from the 2000’s. Categories include Places, Entertainment, Events, the Arts, Science, and Tech as well as Sports and.
The Logo Board Game adds some facts to the logos and makes The Logo Board Game an entertaining way to spend the evening with your family. The Logo Board Game is easy to learn how to play and great for the entire family. Answer questions correctly to move around the Logo Board. Be sure to check out The Logo Board Game for your next family game night. Try playing The Logo Board Game today!
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Version 2.0 of this modern classic comes with 150 new cards, expanding the cards that come with the game to 600 cards, which is 50 more cards than previous versions of the game. The game also comes with a booklet of the real game rules and “preposterous alternate rules,” keeping the game versatile, and meaning nobody plays this game in quite the same way.