Back in 2004, Avalon Hill released an innovative board game called Betrayal at House on the Hill. A friend had a copy, and I got to play it, and loved it so much I bought a copy. It became popular, and many of my friends loved playing it. It soon went out of print, though… but demand increased. So in 2010, they released a second edition, with improved parts and corrections. It continued to be popular. So everyone continued to wonder why such a popular game had no expansions. Earlier this year, they announced the first expansion: Widow’s Walk.
This review is going to be a little different. Instead of reviewing the game itself, I’m going to review an expansion. If you’re not familiar with the base game, you can read my review over on my other site. Continue Reading →