Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?

Do you like Scooby-Doo? Do you like Betrayal at House on the Hill? You’re gonna love the upcoming release from Avalon Hill then! Betrayal at the Mystery Mansion featuring Scooby and the gang!

Because I’ve been super excited to get my hands on this game, I opened it as soon as it showed up so I could get a good look at it (and also so I could share with my sister who’s husband is a Scooby-Doo fanatic so she can make plans to pick it up!) I am anxiously awaiting a chance to get 3+ people together so I can do a play-through, but in the meantime, let’s walk through what you can expect.

What’s Going on at Mystery Mansion? Zoinks! The Mystery Inc. Gang has another puzzle to solve and you get to join in the fun! Players explore the mysterious mansion as Scoody-Doo, Shaggy, Velma, Daphe, and Fred. Players discover clues, investigate spooky stories, and maybe even catch sight of a monster!

Once players collect enough clues to learn what’s really going on, the haunt begins and one player switches sides to play the role of the Monster. Based on the award-winning game, Betrayal at House on the HillBetrayal at Mystery Mansion offers 25 brand-new haunts that are based on popular Scooby-Doo episodes and movies. Featuring all new inside and outside tiles, item, event, and clue cards, tokens; every time you play, it’s a new game – making it the perfect family board game addition.

Contains:

  • 1 Rulebook
  • Secrets of Survival book
  • Monster’s Tome book
  • 28 tiles (including 2 starting tiles)
  • 5 character cards (Scooby, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, Fred)
  • 5 character figures (Scooby, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, Fred)
  • 5 plastic bases
  • 1 turn/damage tracker
  • 96 tokens
  • 10 Clue cards
  • 14 Item cards
  • 25 Event cards
  • 8 Dice
  • 25 Plastic clips

Where can I buy it?

Available in North America only. Pre-order at your local game store, or online at retailers like Walmart or Amazon.

Available: July 24, 2020

Credits to Lead Designers: Brian Neff and Noah Cohen with additional design by Rob Daviau and Banana Chan

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