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Tickle your funny bone and challenge your observation, memory, wordplay, and problem solving skills. View larger.
The Interactive DVD features scenes from comedy movie classics and modern favorites. View larger.
Multiple Ways to Win
Comedy Movies Scene It? comes with a unique game board that can be extended for a full-length game or folded into a circle for short play. Teams advance around the board by completing two types of challenges: traditional trivia questions and DVD-based puzzles.
Players roll the eight-sided die to see which trivia category to draw from or select on the DVD. Each card and puzzle offers questions found in songs, slogans, or pop culture. Questions range in level of difficulty, and two extra board spaces are awarded if players can answer a question from the Hardy-Har-Hard category.
Players can also advance by answering an All-Play question correctly and receiving a Buzz card. The Buzz card can be used as an immediate way to throw opponents off course, or it can be saved for later. In order to win, a player must reach the Stop space and complete an All-Play-to-Win challenge.
Additionally, three new game features, Sketch it!, Act it!, and Say It!, let you relive side-splitting scenes as you draw, act, and describe the clues.
Interactive DVD Features Video Clips, Sound Bites, and Images
Comedy Movies Scene It? Deluxe Edition's main attraction is the interactive DVD, featuring scenes from movie classics, such as Animal House and Caddyshack, to modern favorites, such as It's Complicated and The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Filled with video clips, sound bites, and images, each puzzle will put your knowledge of Hollywood's funniest moments to the test.
Fun for Comedy Fans of All Levels
With hundreds of questions, Comedy Movies Scene It? has something for every type of fan. The difficulty is varied enough to keep all players engaged--from diehard fanatics to casual viewers. Also, some of the video puzzles are completely self-contained, so even non-fans can participate in the game.
What's in the Box
Comedy Movies Scene It? Deluxe Edition DVD, game board, four collectible metal tokens, 160 trivia cards, 20 buzz cards, six-sided numbered die, eight-sided category die, and instruction sheet.
All-in-all this game is a great game to play with your significant other, or with a large group.
If you like comedy movies though and enjoy trivia at all, I don't think you can really go wrong with this game.
There would be a question about the director of a movie and that's not something many people would pick up.
We all love the Scene It games and have quite a collection of them.
When this one was finally on sale for a reasonable price, I bought it. Read more
Family christmas was a hit! We actually have played this at "game night parties" as well. Makes for a great passing time!Published 12 months ago by marinmel
it would be better if it had hit movies on here
i love the fact that it has some old school movies
but the old movies they have are hits that you grew up watching... Read more
I bought this as a present. They are movies buffs and they really enjoyed the gift as a Christmas gift and opened it up and used it the same day.Published 16 months ago by Jessica
very funny game and great to play with just a couple people or a group. scene it games are always fun.Published 17 months ago by Laura
We really enjoyed this game! If you love comedies I highly recommend this game! i liked that there was a mix of older and more recent films.Published 21 months ago by BH
Bought this because my wife and I enjoyed other 'Scene it' editions and we enjoy watching comedies. I played it with a group and I was surprised how many questions we could not... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Ferd
I bought this as a gift for my girlfriends family, board games are a great way to bring everyone together if you want a break from the movies or video games. Read morePublished on May 8, 2012 by Aaron Schug