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Friday the 13th: Horror at Camp Crystal Lake, A Board Game of The Friday the 13th Franchise Coming This Summer!

by Nick Venom
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The Op Games has announced a board game based on Friday the 13th called Friday the 13th: Horror at Camp Crystal Lake which is set to be released this summer at a retail price of $29.99.

 

This board game will press your luck as you take on the roles of cliche camp counselors that we’ve expected from the franchise in the stereotypical Nerd, the Partier, the Nice Guy, the Final Girl, the Diva, and the Jock in their attempts to escape the menacing Jason Voorhees. The players can utilize weapons such as a cast-iron pan, gasoline, cleavers, flashlights and other items to survive the five nights of being terrorized by Jason. Players can also utilize Fear cards to escape Jason’s Attacks while collecting items as various combinations for points.

Do what you must to survive the five nights; whether or not you steal supplies from your “friends”, band together with others, or go the “lone wolf” path and wait out the five nights while your friends could be being slaughtered by Jason. No matter what action you take, the only goal you have is to survive the five nights against Freddy… sorry, five nights against Jason.

Friday the 13th: Horror at Camp Crystal Lake includes the following pieces:

6 Player Boards

1 Cabin Board

10 Critical Supply Cards

6 Backpack Cards

64 Fear Cards

88 Blood Spatter Tokens

6 Escape Tokens

6 Player Tokens

1 Night Tracker

67 Supply Tokens

1 Camp Bag

1 Rulebook

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