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Game: Ghostbusters: The Board Game Is 53% Off Right Now

Right now you can head over to ThinkGeek and get yourself a copy of Ghostbusters: The Board Game for $39.99, instead of $84.99!



  • Over 40 custom, collectible pieces
  • Grid-movement, dice-rolling, cooperative game
  • Don’t cross the streams. It will be bad.





Ghostbusters: The Board Game is a cooperative, dice-rolling, grid movement game that puts you on call to serve New York’s supernatural elimination needs. (Which makes us giggle, cause it sounds like ghost pee.) The board is composed of modular, double-sided tiles, so you’ll have a customizable, replayable experience.

Your job is to close the gates to the spirit world, before all the ghosts have emptied onto the streets. Choose to be any of the four original Ghostbusters: Peter Venkman, Egon Spengler, Winston Zeddemore and Ray Stantz, then bring your unique talents to several different scenarios. Vary the difficulty, gain new abilities, enjoy the 40+ figurines, and get slimed.

Now, when I turn over this card, concentrate. And if someone asks you if you are a god, you SAY YES!

Product Specifications 

  • Ghostbusters: The Board Game
  • Officially-licensed Ghostbusters merchandise
  • For 1-4 players
  • Ages 15+
  • Play time: 30-120 mins
  • Mechanic: Cooperative, grid movement, dice-rolling
  • Includes:
    • 47 Custom 32-50mm Plastic Mini Figures
    • 1 100mm Stay Puft Marshmallow Man Figure
    • 10 Double-Sided 5.25″ x 5.25″ Game Board Tiles
    • 6 Dice (5 D6 & 1 D8)
    • 43 Tokens (Streams, Slimes, Gates, XP Trackers)
    • 1 PKE meter
    • 4 Player Cards (4″H x 6″W)
    • 6 Ghost Cards (4″H x 3″W)
    • 1 Ghostbusters Operations & Field Manual







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