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A Touch Of Evil: The Supernatural Game   (View Game)
   Ken B.

Nice "Arkham lite" game with plenty of flavor, easier to get into rules, and two modes of play. With four different villains that set the stage for each game, the base game has plenty to offer in terms of variety.

A Touch Of Evil: The Supernatural Game   (View Game)
   Daniel Cepeda
A Touch of Evil is the horror-story equivalent of Last Night on Earth. Instead of zombies in the country, it's werewolves, and scarecrows, and vampires and the like in an old "Salem circa witch trials" towne. It's a little deeper than LNoE, and cooperative.

A Touch Of Evil: The Supernatural Game   (View Game)
   Mitchell Rowekamp
Fun the first couple times but can move slow. Not a bad game but it is just a little underwhelming for our group. The production value of the game is great. We always get a good laugh when we listen to the included soundtrack.

A Touch Of Evil: The Supernatural Game   (View Game)
   Guilherme monteiro
A very beautiful game and a must if you like others like arkham horror and witch of salem. Plus you receive an exclusive cd with a soundtrack to listen to while playing

A Touch Of Evil: The Supernatural Game   (View Game)
   Dog
Though the skill level is medium, this game is a very well-designed and enjoyable monster hunt. The object is to be the first player to search out and kill an evil Villian (the vampire, werewolf, spectral horseman, or scarecrow in the base game), much like a noncooperative Arkham Horror - where the enemy can actually be beaten. To do this, the characters need to search around for items and investigation tokens (think clue tokens) to use for upgrading stats and making purchases. There's a doom track much like in Flying Frog's previous release, Last Night on Earth, as well as other superficial similarities to the previous game. Very much, however, is unlike Last Night on Earth - again, a stronger comparison is made to Arkham or Runebound. Enjoyable, a bit fiddly, and fairly light. I'm told the expansion adds much to the game if you enjoy it, and two additional villans are already downloadable from the company's website.

A Touch Of Evil: The Supernatural Game   (View Game)
   Dog
Though the skill level is medium, this game is a very well-designed and enjoyable monster hunt. The object is to be the first player to search out and kill an evil Villian (the vampire, werewolf, spectral horseman, or scarecrow in the base game), much like a noncooperative Arkham Horror - where the enemy can actually be beaten. To do this, the characters need to search around for items and investigation tokens (think clue tokens) to use for upgrading stats and making purchases. There's a doom track much like in Flying Frog's previous release, Last Night on Earth, as well as other superficial similarities to the previous game. Very much, however, is unlike Last Night on Earth - again, a stronger comparison is made to Arkham or Runebound. Enjoyable, a bit fiddly, and fairly light. I'm told the expansion adds much to the game if you enjoy it, and two additional villans are already downloadable from the company's website. Also - this game comes with a soundtrack CD, much like Last Night on Earth. It just goes to show how much they care...

 

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