FFG / Arkham Horror
Designed for 1-8 players, Arkham Horror is a cooperative adventure game of survival, horror, and investigation.
Dunwich Horror is an expansion to Arkham Horror, complete with an extra board and the entire town of Dunwich - accessible via train from Arkham. There are plenty of new rules and new components, usable either with or without the Dunwich board addition.
Innsmouth Horror requires a copy of Arkham Horror to play. Arkham Horror is a cooperative game for 1–8 players, ages 13 and up, that can be played in 2–4 hours.
Return once more to H.P. Lovecraft's vision of New England, this time to explore the dream-haunted shores of misty Kingsport, a city where the dimensional barriers are at their thinnest. This place also has powerful guardians, so perhaps the investigators will find someone — or something — willing to help them in their battle against the Ancient One.
Miskatonic Horror is a new type of Arkham Horror expansion that builds upon the materials found in the ample library of other Arkham Horror expansions. While the components and rules found in Miskatonic Horror can be enjoyed with only the Arkham Horror base game, the more expansions you incorporate, the more aspects of Miskatonic Horror you can enjoy.
The Black Goat of the Woods is an expansion for the Arkham Horror board game by Fantasy Flight Games.
Explore ancient mysteries with The Curse of the Dark Pharaoh (Revised Edition). This updated and revised version of the 2006 Arkham Horror expansion adds a terrible threat to your game in the form of the Dark Pharaoh and his mysterious artifacts.
A new play is coming to Miskatonic University, and anyone who's anyone will be there for the opening performance. However, there's something sinister about this play, and the people who see it come back a little...different.
The Lurker at the Threshol d is an expansion for the Arkham Horror board game by Fantasy Flight Games.
En expansion till Arkham Horror kortspel
Additional dice for Arkham Horror
En expansion till Arkham Horror the Card Game