‘Horrified’ Returns With ‘American Monsters’

2019’s Horrified by Ravensburger very quickly became one of the most talked-about games of the year, and so I know I wasn’t alone in being excited to take a look at the follow-up title. And thankfully, it doesn’t disappoint. A new set of monsters, taken this time from American myth rather than the movies, along with new art, a new setting, new investigators, and townsfolk, all combine with the familiar mechanics…

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