Mattel - Strategy Games - Ghost Fightin' Treasure Hunters
About this deal
One of our family’s favorite video games to play together is Luigi’s Mansion, and Ghost Fightin’ Treasure Hunters makes us happy for many of the same reasons.
Regular readers will no doubt know by now how much I enjoy a spooky atmosphere in my books, games, and movies. As for Creepy Cellar, if you already own Ghost Fightin’ Treasure Hunters and like it, even just a little bit, this is a must purchase (assuming you can find it). Before getting into the gameplay of Ghost Fightin’ Treasure Hunters Creepy Cellar, I have to start by raving about the component quality here.When one of these cards are drawn you also draw a card from the Ghost King Deck and move The Ghost King to the room letter shown. Instead of a bunch of modules, you get a totally new mode of play, something that, to me, actually feels more like Ghost Fightin’ Treasure Hunters 2.
As noted earlier, Creepy Cellar has a new Ghost Deck so there are new things that can happen when drawing a Ghost Card. Moving with skill and strategy through rooms and hallways, you and your team will be picking up and dropping off Treasure Jewels. The theme of this game lets us use our imaginations - and the beautiful pieces are the icing on the cake that helps us with the role playing.
The expansion pack increases the tension even more with the addition of cursed jewels and a tricky Ghost King. Ideal para introducir a la familia (niños de 6 años incluidos) a juegos más complejos que los típicos de turno, fácil de aprender, el modo difícil es todo un reto hasta para el más experto en la materia.
As you and the rest of your squad navigate the rooms and passageways, you will be picking up and dropping off Treasure Jewels. On the other hand, the expansion version is still significantly easier than Nightmare mode from the original. Build a 3D collection of clay blocks, while hoping to match cards in your hand to your unique 2D view of those blocks.The game has a great deal of luck, but just enough strategy in the decisions that you can nicely second-guess yourselves later.
That said my kids love playing this game even at the basic level so for kids it's a really appealing game regardless of the back and forth traversing and from an adults perspective it's a game with positivity as all players must cooperate to win and teaching kids team skills is always a great tick in the book.
Without the rocket ship, the poisonous snakes, and the mole rat astronauts, Mole Rats in Space would just be a cooperative chutes and ladders. Now that I finally own Creepy Cellar I can’t see playing Ghost Fighting Treasure Hunters without it.