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Digital Subscriptions > Tabletop Gaming > Issue Eight – Feb/Mar '17 > ARKHAM HORROR: THE CARD GAME

ARKHAM HORROR: THE CARD GAME

This horror hybrid of the LCG and RPG genres is a beautiful nightmare

Fantasy Flight Games | £36.99 | Living card game | 1-4 players | 60-120 minutes | Age: 14+ | fantasyflightgames.com

BOX CONTENTS

◗ 239 cards (119 player, 110 scenario, five investigator, five mini)

◗ 149 tokens (30 resource, 44 chaos, 18 horror, 27 damage, 30 clue/doom)

◗ Campaign guide

◗ Learn to play book

◗ Rules reference guide

Arkham Horror: The Card Game stands as a magnificent union of the atmospheric storytelling expertise from Fantasy Flight’s Lovecraftian Arkham Horror Files franchise and the refined gameplay mechanics of its living card games such as Android: Netrunner and A Game of Thrones.

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