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Get some of our favorite board games like Pandemic and Betrayal at House on the Hill for less on Amazon

Save on Betrayal at House on the Hill and Pandemic

If you haven’t tried Gloom, Pandemic, or Betrayal at House on the Hill yet, you really should. They’re some of our favorite board games, and the good news is that Amazon’s currently selling them for less than normal. For example, you can get a $10 saving on Gloom (making it $15) and 44% off Betrayal. Considering how innovative and replayable these are, we’d highly recommend giving each game a go.


Betrayal at House on the Hill | $27.90 ($22.09 off)
Hugely replayable and innovative, we'd highly recommend getting Betrayal at House on the Hill. Buy it on Amazon


Pandemic | $35.99 ($4 off)
Tough but addictive, Pandemic pits you and up to 3 friends against the world's deadliest diseases. Buy it on Amazon


Gloom | $15 ($9.99 off)
Ruin someone's day in the most hilarious way with this wicked but funny game. Buy it on Amazon

For those who are unfamiliar with it, Gloom tasks players with making a Tim Burton-esque family of characters so miserable they die in ridiculous ways (like being eaten by weasels). As for Betrayal at House on the Hill, it’s a horror game which features a modular board, potential traitors among your team, and multiple unique scenarios that provide a very different experience every time you play. Last but not least, Pandemic is focused on co-op; you’ve got to cure various diseases before they overwhelm society. They’re all very different, but each one’s a brilliant way to spend time with friends.

Looking for more recommendations? Visit our list of the best board games money can buy. Alternatively, drop by our guide to the best co-op board games.

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Benjamin Abbott

As part of our Central Hardware Team, Benjamin looks after many of the buying guides, tech reviews, and deals you’ll see on PC Gamer. He’s also a board game geek with credits that include GamesRadar+ and, so follow him on Twitter @TheWordyBen for more nerdy shenanigans.