Scooby-Doo!: Betrayal at Mystery Mansion

Scooby-Doo!: Betrayal at Mystery Mansion

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Play Time:
50 Minutes or Less
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Game Mechanics:
Modular Board

What’s Going on at Mystery Mansion? Playing as one of the members of Mystery Inc., you explore Mystery Mansion and its grounds, uncover clues, encounter strange occurrences, and maybe even catch sight of a creepy creature!

When you find enough Clues to help solve the mystery, that's when the Haunt starts, and one player will switch sides to play the role of the Monster! Will you be able to stop them before they carry out their sinister plans?

Based on the award-winning game, Betrayal at House on the HillBetrayal at Mystery Mansion offers 25 brand-new haunts that are based on popular Scooby-Doo episodes and movies. Every time you play, it's a new game - making it the perfect family board game addition.


  • 1 Rulebook
  • Secrets of Survival book
  • Monster's Tome book
  • 28 tiles (including 2 starting tiles)
  • 5 character cards (Scooby, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, Fred)
  • 5 character figures (Scooby, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, Fred)
  • 5 plastic bases
  • 1 turn/damage tracker
  • 96 tokens
  • 10 Clue cards
  • 14 Item cards
  • 25 Event cards
  • 8 Dice
  • 25 Plastic clips

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  • 4
    Fun simplified betrayal!

    Posted by Ethan on Oct 16th 2020

    The simplified rules are a lot easier to follow so this is fun to play with people not too familiar with board games or betrayal, but it still retains plenty of replayability and fun.

  • 5
    Love Love Love

    Posted by Bre on Aug 9th 2020

    Great quality, and fast and safe shipment. A game night hit! If you enjoy Betrayal, and like The Mystery Inc. gang you will love this version!

  • 4
    Betrayal becomes accessibld

    Posted by Matthew K. on Aug 8th 2020

    For people that have played BAHOTH, or the Legacy version, this is going to feel small, almost too small. My 8 y/o daughter can play it though, and it is cool to have a version she can sit in on, instead of watching from the sidelines. Components are great, rules are super simplified (with a lot being carried from Legacy).