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Friday the 13th: Horror at Camp Crystal Lake Now Available

The OPGames is bringing some spookiness to your summer (or winter, if you're down south of the equator). Just in time for things to start getting spooky, they've released Friday the 13th: Horror at Camp Crystal Lake. Stay one step ahead of hulking brute Jason and his array of deadly implements. But you'd better be fast! And I don't just mean in the game! I mean that there's a limited number of these games, so you better go get yours quick!

From the announcement:

Don’t let this month slip away without getting the game inspired by pop culture’s most dangerous summer retreat. Friday the 13th: Horror at Camp Crystal Lake, the first officially licensed board game based on the iconic slasher franchise, is available from The Op—but it’s now or never! Brave the odds before this limited edition is gone!

Known for coming back to claim every last victim, serial killer Jason Voorhees has a 20+ year reputation as one of the most persistent villains in scary movie history. But it’s the tabletop where your horrifying new game night mission will begin and end, based this time on waning chances and making smart decisions.

Friday the 13th: Horror at Camp Crystal Lake is a press-your-luck survival game that puts you and your friends in the roles of camp counselors in a faceoff with the hockey-masked murderer for an intense five “nights”. Endure the suspense and win by gathering the most valuable supplies or finding safety as others lose everything, with unexpected hitches the whole way!

Reach into a closed Camp Bag to secure an ax, keys, cleaver, gas tank, flashlight, or frying pan and keep them on your person. But be careful, Jason Tokens that represent his encounters are also inside, and ending up with two of them drops the proverbial hammer on your place in the game. Players continue stockpiling Supply Tokens, backstabbing fellow counselors with Fear Cards, and vying for additional bonuses until one person makes it through with the most points.

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