• Choose Your Own Adventure: House Of Danger Board Game

    Item Code: 156736

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    CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE: HOUSE OF DANGER

    The classic Choose Your Own Adventure series comes to life in this new narrative adventure game. Will you survive the House of Danger?

    Ages: 10 + | Players: 1 +

    Features

    ENTER THE HOUSE OF DANGER

    Discover a thrilling adventure investigating criminal activity and a dark history in your town. Haunted by the mystery of the missing owner of the Marsden mansion, you decide to take the case on yourself. With your psychic senses and skills as a detective, you're confident you can solve it.Explore the mansion and unravel its secrets. Cross paths with ghostly figures, navigate a secret lab, and conquer challenges. Think carefully as you choose which paths to investigate. What will YOU choose?

    COLLECT CLUES AND ITEMS

    Venturing into a mysterious mansion can be a dangerous endeavor, requiring a little help. Starting with a bottle of water and your trusty pocketknife you'll discover clues and new items to aid your investigation and overcome obstacles. These obstacles can challenge your perception, strength, dexterity, and more traits as you explore. Clues and items found along the way can be used to boost your chances of winning the challenge. 

    Item Code 156736
    Packaged Weight 0.8 Kg
    Release Date Thursday, 12th July 2018
    Condition New
    Recommended Age 10+
    Product Type Board Games
    Barcode 841333105761
    Themes Cooperative Games, Exploration, Family, Hand Management, Horror, Party Game, Storytelling

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