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Alice Cooper Releases Halloween-Themed Party Game, ‘Horrorbox’

The base game comes with 420 cards but several expansion packs have already been released, including a Slasher Pack, Monsters Pack, Aliens Pack and R-Rated Pack.

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Alice Cooper has officially released ‘HorrorBox’, a horror-themed party game, ahead of Halloween.

‘HorrorBox’ sees players mix and match question and answer cards, scoring points for funny combinations à la Cards Against Humanity. The base game comes with 420 cards but several expansion packs have already been released, including a Slasher Pack, Monsters Pack, Aliens Pack and R-Rated Pack.

“Minions, you know me. I’ve never played games with you, until now,” Cooper said in an unboxing video released earlier this week. [‘HorrorBox’] is a horror-themed card game with questions, answers and dares.”

Cooper has partnered with FITZ Games, the company responsible for ‘HotBox’ and ‘The Chosen One’, to release the party game.

According to Cooper’s press, “player discretion is advised” when playing ‘HorrorBox’. “All wimps easily scared, beware,” a press release states.

It isn’t the first time Cooper has lent his name to a new product in 2020. In July, he teamed up with an Arizona-based dairy company to design his own chocolate milk bottle. All proceeds from the bottle’s sales have been pledged to Cooper’s Solid Rock Foundation.

More recently, Cooper partnered with Airbnb for his ‘Spooky Story Time with Alice Cooper’ initiative. The event saw Cooper read scary stories to fans ahead of Halloween. As with his milk bottle, Cooper donated 100 per cent of profits from the event to charity.

“Love a good scare?” Cooper said of the event. “Me too. With Halloween all but canceled, we’ll have to take our penchant for terror to the scariest place I know – the internet.

Back in May, Alice Cooper released stirring new song “Don’t Give Up”, written to encourage fans to “keep our heads up” during the coronavirus crisis.

“It’s a song about what we’ve all been going through right now and about keeping our heads up and fighting back together,” Cooper said in a statement about the Bob Ezrin-produced track. “And whatever you do – Don’t Give Up!”

Listen to the best of Alice Cooper on Apple Music and Spotify.

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