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Scooby Doo: Betrayal at Mystery Mansion | Review and How to Play

Jeff tackles the new Scooby Doo Betrayal game

Scooby Doo: Betrayal at Mystery Mansion (Avalon Hill)Title: Scooby Doo – Betrayal at Mystery Mansion

Publisher: Avalon Hill

Designers: Banana Chan, Noah Cohen, Rob Daviau, and Brian Neff

Number of Players: Three to five players

Ages: 8+

Playtime: 25-50 minutes

Year: 2020

Genre: Co-operative family mystery game

Price: $35.00

2:17 How to play and thoughts about the game
28:37 Final thoughts and review score

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Scooby Doo: Betrayal at Mystery Mansion is a fun, family oriented Betrayal release. The game mechanics have been streamlined compared to other games in the series and the component quality is nice. I like the fact you have 25 mysteries based on classic Scooby Doo cartoons and movies. Granted the play is going to be very similar every game until the haunt begins and there isn't really a whole lot of strategy involved. While not earth shattering, the game is entertaining and I think will please family gamers and fans of Scooby Doo.
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