This category lists sites about the Twilight Creations game designed by Kerry and Todd Breitenstein.
The object of the game is for the players' pawns to escape the graveyard. The pawns are windup toys, and cards are used to determine how many times you can wind the pawn up before its move.
Websites about Arkham Horror, a boardgame originally published by Chaosium in 1987. The game, inspired by the Cthulhu Mythos, was re-released in June 2005 by Fantasy Flight Games.
This category lists sites about Betrayal at House on the Hill, a 2004 game from Avalon Hill for 3 to 6 players.
Players take the role of characters exploring a haunted house. One character is a traitor, and one of the objects of the game is discovering who the traitor is.
Horror games, based on the TV serie "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer".
The most well-known Buffy themed game is from Hasbro. The board game is for 2-5 players and mostly recreates Buffy's battles against some of her greatest enemies. One person plays Evil, its Villain and all its servants. Four members of the Scooby Gang(Buffy, Willow, Xander, Oz) are played by the remaining people. Each member has different strengths and weaknesses.
Each of the scenarios has slightly different objectives, but the game is largely the same. Players collect cards and combat the opposing side with dice.
(In the United Kingdom, there is another Buffy board game. This one is made by Susan Prescot Games Ltd. This is *not* the same game.)
There are also Buffy themed variants of Cluedo, Monopoly and Trivial Pursuit.
1985 boardgame based on the roleplaying game Chill from Pacesetter games. Players play tiles to build a haunted manor to explore.
A tile-based board game from Twilight Games Inc. Includes resource management aspects. Players compete to rescue sinners from hell and eventually battle Lucifer.
1978 licensed boardgame based on George Romero's film. One player takes the role of the zombies while the other player takes on the role of the humans. The game also had a solitaire play option.
Only submit sites relating to the board game Doctor Faust.
Doctor Faust is a 1994 board game designed by Reinhold Wittig. Players take on the roles of devils vying for Doctor Faust's soul.
2004 horror/racing boardgame from Rio Grande games.
A tactical horror-themed boardgame which is the 2nd in Human Head Studio's Gothica line of board games. The game is for 2 to 3 players and takes about an hour to play.
2006 board game from Fantasy Flight Games. Designed by Stephen Hand and Kevin Wilson. The game is for 2-5 players and takes about 2 hours to play.
The original version of the game was published in 1987 by Games Workshop.
Concept design by IDEAL gaming coming in 1962.
A tile-based boardgame from Twilight Creations with a theme of a world conflict between zombies, vampires, and other horror staples.
A sequel to the Zombies! board game from Twilight Creations, with simplified gameplay. The game is set in a medieval time period. Designed by Todd Breitenstein of Twilight Creations.
2003 game published by Living Dead Entertainment. For 2-6 players and takes 3 hours to play. Players assume the roles of demons trying to rule one of hell's circles.
This category lists sites pertaining to The Hills Rise Wild game from Pagan Publishing.
A Milton Bradley (now owned by Hasbro) game also known as "Ghost Castle" and "The Real Ghostbusters".
Designed by Dave Aikins and Todd Breitenstein. Published by Journeyman Press 2001. For 2-6 players and takes about 60 minutes. From 12 years and up.
A simple game where players are people trapped in a town full of zombies. First to make it to the heliport or kill 25 zombies wins. Cards are used to represent events in the game such as finding weapons or zombies.