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Some things that I can remember:

  • There is a castle with 3 rooms. There are tree treasures in each of the rooms
  • Maximum about 4 players
  • Someone plays as a Ghost and others as people
  • Ghost is hunting on humans and may kill them
  • There are some cards with some actions, players should do that actions
  • Goal: visit all three rooms in a castle, gather 3 treasures from each and leave the castle. Ghost's goal: kill all people before they leave the castle with treasures.
  • Gameplay: each player roll the dice, moves his chip on a map. Some cells may has some specific rules (extramoves, take a card. etc).
  • Initially I played it in Belarus and I'm not sure if it was just a localized version of an existing game or if it was invented there and is only played in Ex-USSR region.

Some pictures:

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It appears to be Le Fantôme des Mac Gregor Since this one appears to have been published in 2005 this is probably a reprint and might have some rule changes.

  • Can you explain the similarities? From the look of the board, I don't see any similarities. – freekvd Jun 28 '15 at 16:45
  • The link didn't have a picture. But the rules were almost identical to those described by the original poster. Chances are that the board was redesigned later – bowlturner Jun 28 '15 at 17:12
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    I don't think that is the same game since there was a 1998 version that has a very radically different board design – Pow-Ian Aug 3 '15 at 15:59
  • Bowlturner it seems as though whoever wrote up that page you're citing might have game and title mixed up. The rules described on that page are nearly identical, but the game looks exactly like boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/1326/macgregor (as pointed out by Pow-Ian). Those rules are available online and are very different from the one you're citing. – freekvd Aug 4 '15 at 7:15
  • @freekvd Ah, that makes sense. How did boardgamegeek allow that mistake to stay I wonder? – bowlturner Aug 4 '15 at 13:03

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