Mansions of Madness - Vol. 1: Behind Closed Doors, the review: horror houses for Call of Cthulhu.

Mansions of Madness - Vol. 1: Behind Closed Doors, the review: horror houses for Call of Cthulhu.
Mansions of Madness - Vol.1: Behind Closed Doors is an adventures module for the seventh edition of the "paper and pen" role-playing game of The Call of Cthulhu, set in the 1920s and all centered on the literary topos of horror houses , or madness, as the title suggests.

Published by Chaosium Inc., Mansions of Madness - Vol.1: Behind Closed Doors is currently only available in English, although our own publishing house Raven Distribution has already announced the localization in Italian.

Mansions of Madness - Vol.1: Behind Closed Doors, short editorial history

Originally published for the first time exactly thirty years ago, in 1990 , Mansions of Madness, not to be confused with the board game of the same name belonging to the Arkham Horror Files (of which you can read our review) was a collection of adventures for the role-playing game of The Call of Cthulhu set in a variety of ca if haunted and other mansions afflicted by evil.

Republished in 2007 in a version updated to the sixth edition of the most famous horror RPG in the world, Mansions of Madness has been so loved by fans that it deserves a new edition, that object of this review, updated in the game system, in the title and in the contents.

Mansions of Madness - Vol.1: Behind Closed Doors, in fact, presents five scenarios for the role-playing game of The Call of Cthulhu, like the previous editions, but only two are those taken from the past (updated to the seventh edition of the RPG), while the remaining three are completely new.
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