Mansions of Madness Second Edition is a fully cooperative board game of horror and mystery for one to five players that takes place in the same universe as Eldritch Horror and Elder Sign. Explore the veiled and misty streets of Innsmouth and stumble through the haunted corridors of Arkham’s cursed mansions as you search for answers and respite. Eight brave investigators stand ready to confront four scenarios of fear and mystery, collecting weapons, tools, and information, solving complex puzzles, and fighting monsters, insanity, and death. Open the door and step inside these hair-raising Mansions of Madness Second Edition. It will take more than just survival to conquer the evils terrorizing this town.
Key Selling Points • A fully cooperative Lovecraftian board game for one to five players • Immersive companion app guides players, step by step, through each scenario • Features four campaigns of varying length and difficulty • Over 500 detailed components, including 32 plastic figures • Includes a conversion kit to integrate first edition game components
Mansions of Madness is a perfect game for anyone that enjoys Lovecraftian content. Each scenario in the companion app ranges in difficulty and length but all of them pull off an intense sense of dread and foreboding. This game is fun to play by yourself but truly shines when you work with friends to solve the investigation. Each character has different strengths and weaknesses and you can't help but find yourself working together to plan your next move.
Really enjoyable app driven co-operative game. A moderate learning curve but satisfying once you're playing. Plenty of variety with the app. Would highly recommend for anyone wishing to play something similar to a ttrpg without having to put in the time normally required. Great service from Game Kings. Thanks!
The game is fantastic and was packed well by the team at Game Kings
After a few ties my girlfriend and I finally understood what we were doing and now we love the mystery and coop of this game! Great fun for nights in, but very challenging!
Great game to keep our little family occupied during lock down !
The one down side to this game is that it’s long but if you don’t mind sitting down for an afternoon it’s hours of fun. It runs like a cross between DND and Cluedo. 5 stars