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Arkham Noir: Case 1 - The Witch Cult Murders

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Walpurgis Night, May’s Eve, is always a nightmare in witch-haunted Arkham. 

  • English
  • From 14 years old
  • , less than 30mn
  • 1 player(s)
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    4/5
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Walpurgis Night, May’s Eve, is always a nightmare in witch-haunted Arkham. There are bad doings, and a child or two frequently goes missing. This year, Miskatonic University students engaged in occult studies have been turning up dead. Arkham Police, in deference to your unusual expertise, have asked for your help to get to the root of the matter. Time is of the essence because after Walpurgis Night, the trail will grow cold and the culprits will retreat to the shadows until the next Witches' Sabbat, when the next cycle of deaths will begin.

As private investigator Howard Lovecraft, you will investigate events based on the stories "The Dreams in the Witch House" (1933), "The Thing on the Doorstep" (1933), and "The Unnamable" (1923).

Arkham Noir is a solitaire card game inspired by the interconnected stories of H. P. Lovecraft and other authors, re-imagined as noir detective stories. Each case stands alone.

Gameplay consists of adding cards to open cases, creating lines of investigation in an effort to solve them. The ultimate goal is to score five "puzzle" clue cards in order to piece together the big picture before running out of time or mental stability. Each newly shuffled deck is the start of a unique challenge, with adjustable difficulty levels to accommodate all level of players.

Theme(s) LittératurePolar
Language(s) English
Mechanism(s) SolitaireDeduction
Artist Yves Tourigny
Note globale 4.1
Editor Ludonova

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This game is recommended by 4 of our Customers

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Jean-christian G. on 11/14/17 Verified purchase

4/5
La mécanique est inspirée des solitaires qu'on peut jouer avec un jeu de 32 / 54 cartes mais très bien adaptée, la difficulté est au rendez-vous. C'est dur mais on n'a pas la sensation que ce soit insurmontable. Le thème est très présent et l'esthétique, particulièrement réussie, colle parfaitement à la double atmosphère (Lovecraftien et polar). Une belle réussite à un prix très abordable.
2 people found this review was helpful
  • on 08/14/18 Verified purchase

    5/5
    un très bon jeu de cartes dans l'univers de Lovecraft.
  • on 03/01/18

    3/5
    Set collection basique au thème collé sans arrière-pensée. Difficulté réglable, ce qui est un plus. En normal, pas trop difficile à gagner mais pas très excitant non plus. On lui préférera Onirim. La meilleure façon de le décrire serait: Bof.
    2 people found this review was helpful
  • on 11/23/17 Verified purchase

    4/5
    Très surprenant et original (pour moi en tout cas) ! Un jeu en solo très sombre et assez difficile. Le graphisme va bien avec le thème noir. Un jeu pour expert je pense. :@)
  • on 11/14/17 Verified purchase

    4/5
    La mécanique est inspirée des solitaires qu'on peut jouer avec un jeu de 32 / 54 cartes mais très bien adaptée, la difficulté est au rendez-vous. C'est dur mais on n'a pas la sensation que ce soit insurmontable. Le thème est très présent et l'esthétique, particulièrement réussie, colle parfaitement à la double atmosphère (Lovecraftien et polar). Une belle réussite à un prix très abordable.
    2 people found this review was helpful

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