Mixtape Massacre

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 9 customer ratings
(9 customer reviews)

$49.99

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The Ultimate Horror Board Game!
Mixtape Massacre is a tabletop board game where up to 6 players play as horror film archetypes and compete in a fictional 1986 killing spree to be remembered. But it doesn’t just stop with the horror. With tons of jokes and references to 1980’s pop-culture and music – Mixtape Massacre will have you laughing while you’re slashing!


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Recommended for ages 17+ / 2-6 players / 45+ Minutes
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WHAT’S IN THE BOX?
10 Diecut standup Character pieces
10 Character profile cards
10 Character Ability Tokens (unique to each character)
6 Diecut Butcher knife player stations
36 Life pegs (go into knives)
60 Double sided tokens (scene marker / souvenir)
40 Unique “Killer Scene, Dude” cards
30 “Bonus Track” cards
One 20 x 20 inch game board
3 Bonus scenarios for alternate gameplay
One 4 Page full color instruction manual (instructions and rules)

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  1. mcarter91030

    Rated 5 out of 5
    Fantastically game, a must have for horror fans

    mcarter91030

    My wife and I are huge fans of horror and really love board games, and adding Mixtape Massacre to our collection was a no brainer. While a lot of games get by on either great gameplay or a solid theme, Mixtape Massacre is a wonderful balance between the two, offering nostalgic horror insanity with solid gameplay. I’d advise it as a game for more than two players, however, as a number of factors can make a game end in a hurry, but this minor quibble aside this is a fun, easy to play, fast paced game that makes for a great and entertaining horror experience.

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  2. reasonwhy311

    Rated 5 out of 5

    reasonwhy311

    I LOVE the variety of 80s tv and movie references! The game play is easy but enjoyable. The fake town is the best of them all. Really glad we have this game😍

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  3. jasonrandale

    Rated 5 out of 5
    Love!

    jasonrandale

    Big fan of horror genre! Big fan of this game! Got it today and already obsessed! Would also love a flip of the game where you play the victim…that would be cool also! Great game, highly recomend it!

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    heartagrambamgirl

    Rated 5 out of 5
    Hilarious and Nostalgic

    heartagrambamgirl

    We loved the game. Each character has a set genre of music that describes their killing style and personality. We took it upon ourselves to listen to our genre of music each turn. For example, the Legend, like Jason Voorhees/Leslie Vernon has new wave for his soundtrack. I had that station on random each turn. I was on a killing spree to Psycho Killer by The Talking Heads. We died laughing since it was on random. I highly suggest playing like that. Adds a whole other level to 80’s pop culture gold and hilarity!

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    ecampbell

    Rated 5 out of 5
    The Family that slays together stays together

    ecampbell

    Mixtape Massacre has to be my favorite board game ever. It’s so clever, simple and most importantly distinct. The character designs are adorably twisted and could easily lend themselves to other mediums. Personally, I’d love a comic series detailing the origins of each. However, if the game just stays a game, well that’s fine too.

    Mixtape also remains the only thing that has been able to break my nephew’s marathon gaming of Fortnite and get him back to socializing with his family. The creators should be very proud that they have created something that not only competes with the most addictive electronic games, but beats them down. No easy feat.

    As a lover of the 80s and all things horror, I’m truly looking forward to the expansion and anything else the fine folks at Bright Light scare up.

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  6. lilkylebrady

    Rated 5 out of 5
    Great fun

    lilkylebrady

    With so much focus on electronics and console gaming, I love how Mixtape Massacre has brought gaming back to the tabletop for my family. I love all of the old school pop culture references. We queue up the Spotify playlist and set the tone for the ultimate in 80s vibes. This game is a must have for horror fans, but really appeals to board game fans in general.

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  7. Awhaaatpodcast

    Rated 5 out of 5
    Bang for the buck

    Awhaaatpodcast

    Top notch quality, real easy to learn, worth every penny. Get this game!!!

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  8. cenobitedude

    Rated 5 out of 5
    Addressing The Elephant

    cenobitedude

    Let’s get this over with and cut right to the chase… Mixtape Massacre is the best thing to happen to the universe yet. If you truly need an explanation as to why, stop reading my stupid review and click “add to cart!”

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  9. healthyzombie

    Rated 5 out of 5
    '80s Splatterfest

    healthyzombie

    Ever wanted to play the part of your favorite horror film monster? How about traveling to a time with arguably the best music, movies and pop culture icons? Well now you can do that while hunting down the (mostly) helpless teens of Tall Oaks. If that isn’t enough to get you chomping at the bit for this gem of a game, how about getting into brawls with other iconic monsters controlled by your best friends? Yeah, that’s what I thought. Now put on some Tears for Fears, neon shades and let the dice roll.

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