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Dixit (International Rules Version)

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  • For 3-6 players
  • Great party game
  • Takes about 30 minutes to play
  • Tons of replay value
  • An instant classic
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Dixit (International Rules Version) + Dixit 2 Expansion Set + Dixit Journey
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 11 x 2 inches ; 1.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001OH9EDW
  • Item model number: 5511302
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #76,617 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (167 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

- Dixit - Jeu de stratégie

From the Manufacturer

The players have hands of oversized cards with various artistic pictures. The active player secretly selects one of his cards and gives a very brief description. The other players secretly select their own cards which match the description. The chosen cards are shuffled and revealed, then players vote on which was chosen by the active player. Each correct answer gives points to the guesser and the active player. Each incorrect answer gives points to the player who submitted the guessed card. However, if all of the guesses are correct -- or none of them are -- then the active player gets no points and all the other players get points. The game ends when the deck is empty. The greatest total wins the game.

Customer Reviews

I would recommend this game for all ages of family fun.
Maddely
What the storyteller does is creates a sentence, phrase, title, sound effect, word, etc. to go with ONE of the images in their hand.
G. Sims
This game is easy to learn, fast to setup, and fun to play!
Scot

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

55 of 56 people found the following review helpful By G. Sims on March 22, 2011
I am a fourth grade teacher and I use a lot of educational games in my classroom. In fact, I teach classes throughout the year on games teachers can use to spice up their lessons and increase student interest in what they are teaching. Dixit was a game that was offered to me at a discount because a local game store (CR Toys) had used it as a Demo and they marked it 60% off the MSRP.

At any rate, it sat at the bottom of my class games pile for quite awhile until I decided to just step up and use it. In my class, we always start with me giving the students a demonstration of how to play the game and then I have a few students play with me while the others watch and, together, we learn by doing.

In the beginning, the students seemed to not like the game. The basic rule of how to play seemed a bit strange to them and they had a hard time latching onto the idea. However, as the game rolled on, everyone was enjoying the game and realized how much fun it truly is. It is the first game students want to play during indoor recess now or if they finish work early.

The game comes with 84 large cards. Each card has a beautiful, bizzare, interesting, amazing, or simple painting by artist Marie Cardouat. Each player gets six cards and one player begins as the "storyteller". What the storyteller does is creates a sentence, phrase, title, sound effect, word, etc. to go with ONE of the images in their hand. For example, I might look at one of my cards and think "Aesop's Fractured Fables". I then pull that card out without showing anyone. Everyone else looks at their cards and tries to pick an image that closely matches what the storyteller said and gives that card to the storyteller (without anyone, including the storyteller) seeing.
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94 of 102 people found the following review helpful By R. Stockton on November 12, 2010
This was the one game I picked up at GenCon this year, and it definitely deserves it's Game of the Year award. (Spiel Des Jahres, 2010)

If you want something to compare it to, I'd liken it most to Apples to Apples.

Reasons it deserves 5 stars:
- It's shockingly easy to learn; new players of most ages understand it instantly
- It's a beer-and-pretzels party game where winning and losing are pretty irrelevant
- Players can jump in or leave at will
- The production quality of the game is high
- It's not terribly expensive
- It can lead to very fun, punchy play
- You can instantly see where expansions could come in without changing the game
- It's really fun for adults and kids alike

The reasons I only gave it 4 stars:
- It takes 4 players to play the game, below that doesn't make sense
- There isn't a whole lot of strategy, so it doesn't have years of replay value
- If you are extremely literal, the game is hard to get your head around
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Overseas Shopper on January 21, 2010
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This is simply a great game. The play is incredibly easy to learn and there is almost no setup time. All players get a few cards and they take turns giving clues. On your turn, you give a clue to one of your cards that is neither too specific nor too vague. Once you give a clue, the other players pick a card from their hand that they think most closely fits your clue. You take all the cards, shuffle them up, and then lay them face down on the table. A player gets points whenever someone picks their card. The only exception is if you are the clue-giver and everyone picks your card, in which case you get zero points. That's why you want your clue to be good, but not perfect. The fun and the difficulty lie in figuring out the perfect clue for each card and that will change every time you play. Some kind of timing device would be useful, though there's not one included in the game.

Last note, the current Amazon price for this game is $75 from an external site. Though it is a great game, that's way too much to pay. I bought it from Amazon a few months ago at 1/3 that price. It may be high priced because it's sold out. If that's the case, let's hope the game gets a reprinting because it would be a shame if more people weren't able to play.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jean W on December 25, 2009
I played Dixit for the first time this month at a board game meetup. It has a deck of picture cards with surreal images on them and a rather odd game board with bunny playing pieces. The bunnies' movement around the board serves as a way of keeping track of the players' scores. Up to 6 players take turns playing the storyteller. On your turn you choose a picture card from your hand and state a word or phrase that describes some aspect of it. Each player then chooses one of their picture cards that comes close to your descriptive phrase. All pictures are shown face up, and every player has to vote on which card is the storyteller's. Don't be too cryptic or too obvious when you think of your descriptive phrase. You only get points if your able to fool some of the other players but not all of them.

It's a very good game and a lot of fun to play. You can catch on to it quickly. It was a good challenge to my intellect trying think of just the right way to describe the images. Age 8 and up can play Dixit. It would be great for stretching little minds and getting them to think abstractly. It could even improve a child's vocabulary given enough time playing it with adults.
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