Welcome to Camp Macabre… If you’re not careful, your sleeping bag will become your body bag!

Inspired by a love of ’80’s horror movies, Camp Macabre, the Horror Survival Card Game, pits     2 – 7 players in a bloody competition to be the player with the last Camper standing.

At Camp Macabre you’ll control Campers pitted in an epic struggle for survival against menacing hordes of Monsters, while at the same time unleashing your own Monsters to destroy your opponent’s Campers. When you control the sole surviving group of Campers, you win the game!

Every game of Camp Macabre writes the script for its own horror movie. Check out our Campfire Stories web comic and tell us who was the last Camper standing in Your Director’s Cut?

Please see our awesome How To Play Video below, courtesy of Dominique at Comic Hunter, and for any questions check out our Rules & FAQ page:


About Us


Andrew Bent was inspired by his mutual love of tabletop gaming and ’80’s horror movies to create Camp Macabre, the Horror Survival Card Game. Andrew originally pitched the idea to his closest friends Ron Flewwelling and Melanie DeYoung, who encouraged him to make the game.

The very first black and white prototype debuted at a cottage party and showed great potential. After completing this first version, Andrew realized how much work it would take to develop the game and enlisted Ron’s help with the design. Together they worked on improving the gameplay so that Camp Macabre became less about rules and more about making horror movies with each card played!

Where Andrew and Ron both grew up in beautiful Round Hill, Nova Scotia, they have aptly named their new game design company, the Knights of the Round Hill (thereby knighting themselves in the process!). The Knights would like to thank everyone who helped get the game out of the woods including: our retailers for their amazing support, Dominique at Comic Hunter for the awesome How to Play Video, Peter Deal and his games group for their great play-testing feedback, and Jesse Smith for our awesome website including the Campfire Stories web-comic series! Andrew would also like to thank Melanie who said all those years ago, “That’s a great idea for a game Andrew, you should make that.”




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