Meg’s Picks

 
 
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Dice Throne

Dice Throne is an accessible and strategic dice dueling game where players choose their Hero and square off against their opponents in an intense head-to-head or team battle.

With multiple expansions, there are heroes to master and heaps of strategies to employ in this game that combines the randomness of the dice and card management.


Betrayal at house on the Hill

I know I’ve chosen this one before and Doug has it on his list too this month, but I really enjoy this game. The atmosphere and game story lets me think I’m playing The Haunting of Hill House. With the latest expansion, you practically are!

In Widow’s Walk, you explore more rooms, meet more monsters, and in Betrayal Legacy, a stand alone game, uncover the history of the house.

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Last Night on EArth

When night begins to fall on the sleepy, rural town of Woodinvale, the shadows and fog rolling in bring with them more than just a chill shiver. A living nightmare erupts as the once peaceful community is overrun with the restless dead…scratching and clawing their way to the surface with an insatiable hunger for human flesh. Now only a handful of unlikely Heroes are left, banding together to fight for their very lives. On a night that never ends, the only thing worse than death… is becoming infected. 


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Mansions of Madness

Fight for your life in Mansions of Madness Second Edition, the app-assisted horror game inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft. From the makers of Eldritch Horror, this fully cooperative game takes you and up to four other players on a harrowing adventure through the dark and desolate halls and alleyways of Arkham. Much like the original Mansions of Madness game, the second edition offers a number of thrilling and confounding scenarios, each with a unique and unpredictable map, intricate puzzles, and bloodthirsty monsters.


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Monsterpocalypse: Destroyers

It might be weird to choose the enemy in a game to save the Earth, but a good story needs a good villain! One with clear motivation, conviction…and an excellent cackle!