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Horror Boards Horror Game System Up On Kickstarter

What love "What if...?" scenarios and to see match-ups between our favorite characters. Who would win in some sort of mythical fight between two icons? Horror Boards lets you live out some of those fantasies by pitting different horror movie characters against one-another in a no-holds-barred duel to the death (or further, in some of their cases). The game is up now on Kickstarter

From the campaign:

Horror-Fix is pleased to announce the launch of a Kickstarter campaign that will allow the public to meet Horror Boards. Horror Boards is a collectible, expandable horror themed tabletop gaming system.

“We can’t believe this type of game has never been done before,” says Ash Hamilton, Game Designer of Horror Boards and Owner of “This Kickstarter campaign, to raise $15,000, will help us manufacture our units and finalize our packaging components so Horror Boards can arrive in homes across the world as soon as possible”.

Horror Boards takes the horror genre events from the screen to our tabletop gaming fingertips by combining killing victims, finding weapons, fighting the victim that just won’t die, and plot twists, with horror archetypes battling each other, AND teaming up to take out as many victims as possible at once. Horror Boards answers the age-old question of, “Who would win in a horror movie battle royale?”

“We’ve put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into the making of this game. We think everyone who gets their hands on it will love it as much as we do!" says Chanell Hamilton, Project Manager.

Horror Boards is being produced by Horror-Fix, which has a history of running some of the most interesting and widely shared news and reviews of independent horror movies, books, and games. They have promoted many products of the independent horror genre, which contributed to them being successfully funded via crowdfunding. Now, they are proud to step out from behind the curtain, introducing Horror Boards directly to consumers. Horror Boards is more than a board game to Horror-Fix; it is their love-child 6 years in the making.