Arkham Horror - Game Guide - Chapter 8: Further Exploration

We’ve come to it at last, the final chapter of this guide.

This chapter is simply a list of online resources that you might need, enjoy, or that I just think your should be aware of.



Remember way back when I mentioned, that I had a trick to how you can see all the cards in the game. This is it. ArkhamDB is a community driven website with all the cards listed. Furthermore, if you create a free account, it can also keep track of which products you own. This in turn can help you use the deckbuilding section on the site, only showing you cards you actually own. Neat, right?! You can find the site here.


Arkham Cards App

If you prefer to go the digital route instead of using physical components when playing the game, this app can handle most of the things you'll be needing. The app is available both on Android devices as well as Apple devices.



BoardGameGeek is basically the IMDb of tabletop games. On there you'll find loads of info on the game, videos, pictures, and forums where people discuss all aspects of the game. You can find the game's page right here.

BoardGameGeek also has on official app. Unfortunately it's only available for Apple products. Download it here.


Facebook Groups

As for many other communities, there are naturally also a place on Facebook for fans of Arkham Horror: The Card Game. The global group has about 14k members with loads of daily activity. If you ever have a question or need advice or suggestions, this is a good place to go. It's private group, so you'll need to apply for membership, but the admins approve new members daily, so you'll be on there in no time. You can find the group here. You may also be able to find a local group for your area, but - as I don't know where you're based - you'll have to go investigating yourself.


Fantasy Flight Games' Website

As you can probably imagine, the publisher's website has a host of resources available for free, be it the previously referenced "Learn to Play" book, a Rules Reference, the official FAQ, and much, much more. You can find it all right here.



If you - like so many others - listen to podcasts, here's a link to two fantastic ones:


YouTube Videos

As you can probably imagine, there are numerous ways of devouring video content for Arkham Horror: The Card Game, so many I really can't list them all. A search will likely do the trick, but here are some good places to start with:


Fantasy Flight Games

Publisher of the game, Fantasy Flight Games, has their own video series covering. the game, where they do playthroughs, lore talks, announcements, and much more. You can find their channel here.


One Stop Co-op Shop

The lovely guys of One Stop Co-op Shop cover cooperative card and board games, and Arkham Horror: The Card Game is one of those games. Find their content here.



This channel covers many games, but - my gosh - do they have a lot of content for this game.. so much content, it's simply too much to list. Hop on over there and take a look at just how deep this rabbit hole goes.


Rolling Solo

Adam Smith of Rolling Solo has done several series covering the game from a. solo players perspective. His content spans from initial unboxings of products to playthroughs of entire campaigns. You can find his channel here.

Fun fact: Adam is the cousin of Rodney Smith, whose video you watched in Chapter 3: Learning the Game.


Team Covenant

Steven and Zach of Team Covenant spent part of the COVID-19 lockdowns doing livestreams for people, where they covered an array of games. One of these were Arkham Horror: The Card Game. There are literally hundreds of hours worth of brilliant content on their channel, and it's all fantastic. Go ahead and give it a watch.


And that’s it!

Once again, thank you for spending your time reading through all of this, I hope it was helpful. 

Enjoy your time with Arkham Horror: The Card Game.

I promise it’ll be fun.


All the best,

Arda Games


This guide was written in January of 2023.

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