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The Addams Family: A Delightfully Frightful Creepy Board Game

$29.95

The family that plays together, stays together—but since this is the Addams Family, it’s not quite as sweet as it sounds. As members of the Addams Family, you’ll race around the mansion to complete household tasks, from testing torture racks to reading bedtime (horror) stories. As you work towards your ghoulish goals, you’ll compete in Roll-offs with other players, attempting to pull them away from their task and help you with yours. The first one to finish their chores and make it to the Swamp wins the ghastly game. But beware: your fellow players have a few tricks up their sleeves that may send you to the Dungeon first (or, at least, a few spaces back). May the shrewdest Addams win!
Features original art from Charles Addams drawings and 48 of his Addams Family cartoons
2–7 players, ages 10+
Playing time 30–60 minutes
Includes 1 board, 1 rulebook, 48 cards, 35 Addams Family Tokens, 7 character playing pieces with stands, 7 character icons, dice

Not available for sale in the European Union

Box size: 8.25 x 8.25 x 2 in.
Game board: 16 x 16 in.

ISBN 9781087500980

Charles Addams

One of America’s greatest humorists, Charles Addams (American, 1912–1988) made history with his irresistibly dark wit and uncommonly deft hand. As a cartoonist, he is best known for his eccentric Addams Family characters. Morticia, Lurch, and Thing originated in a 1938 issue of the New Yorker, and other quirky Family members followed. Ultimately, television and film interpretations rendered them offbeat icons of popular culture. Throughout his career, Addams was a marquee artist for the New York Times and the New Yorker, and the city itself, home for much of his life, was a character in his cartoons. Charles and his wife, Tee, eventually moved to The Swamp, their storied property in Sagaponack, New York, now home to the Tee and Charles Addams Foundation.
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