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Scene It? Twilight Saga Deluxe
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- Exciting new game features content from all 3 films, including the summer 2010 release, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
- Experience the ultimate trivia game that features all new clips, trivia and on-screen puzzles from this blockbuster franchise
- Includes: Game DVD, Flextime Game Board, Shuffle Play feature, 4 Collectible Metal Tokens, 160 Trivia cards
- Also includes: 20 Buzz cards, 1 Six-Sided die, 1 Eight-Sided Die, Instruction Sheet, New Enhance Gameplay
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From the game pieces to the trivia cards, every aspect of Twilight Saga Scene It? has been infused with Twilight passion. The game begins with players choosing one of four collectible tokens to represent their team. These sculpted-metal tokens represent some of the Twilight series' most iconic items: Bella's graduation cap, a sleek werewolf, the Volturi clock tower, and the Cullen family crest.
Teams advance around the board by completing two types of challenges: traditional trivia questions and DVD-based puzzles. The trivia cards ask questions with a wide range of difficulties. Some of the tougher questions are challenging enough to stump even the most devoted Twilight fans.
Players can also strategically use special Fate Cards to throw their opponents off course. A new game feature, Sketch It, Act It!, and Say It!, lets you relive key moments as you draw, act, and describe clues from all the Twilight movies. Be the first to complete the Twilightning Round, and you win.
Dazzling DVD Features Video Clips, Sound Bites, and Images
Twilight Saga Scene It? Deluxe Edition's main attraction, however, is the interactive DVD. Hosted by Dr. Carlisle Cullen (played by Peter Facinelli), this DVD is filled with hundreds of video clips, sound bites, and images from the three movies. When players draw a DVD challenge card, they must solve a video puzzle. Ranging from memory games to message decryptions, these puzzles will put your knowledge of Twilight to the test.
As a bonus feature, Twilight Saga Scene It? comes with a unique flextime game board that can be extended for a full-length game or folded into a circle for short play.
Fun for Every Level of Twilight Fan
Everything about the game has been adapted from the films, right down to the gothic font used for the menus. You'll see cameos of your favorite characters and relive classic moments from the films. Also included are several mini games, as well as a What Cullen Are You? quiz, so you can get a quick Twilight fix even when you're not playing the board game.
With hundreds of questions, Twilight Saga Scene It? has something for every type of Twilight fan. The difficulty is varied enough to keep everyone 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
DVD, game board, four collectible metal tokens, 160 trivia cards, 20 Fate cards, six-sided numbered die, eight-sided category die, four category reference cards, one reference card, and instruction sheet.
Top Customer Reviews
The game is hard, but it's fun for them, and I play it too. I really liked the books, and I'd think I'd have an advantage, but I don't seem to, as I never win. There's a lot about character names. I'm bad with names. The puzzles include putting the scenes in order. I really like those.
There's a short version and a long version. The short version takes the 3 of us an hour. It's a well made game. Our biggest complaint is the narrator's voice. It is supposed to be "Carlisle" from Twilight but it just sounds like, as my son puts it, "Some guy sounding fake English."
I've had it 3 weeks now, and it's been played 5 times. I've no doubt when we have company it will get pulled out again. This would be GREAT for slumber parties.
Make sure to have at least an 1.5 hour to play the game.
I'm going to review this product in two parts: the game mechanics, and the Twilight content. Just to give you a bit of context, I'm a trivia geek. I've read all the Twilight books, and seen the movies. I'm not a fan, but my wife is.
The SceneIt games are good trivia games. There are a few variations on the rules, which allow you to control the length of the game. You can either use the long or short version of the board, and you can choose when to apply your moves. There is a good variety of card based trivia questions, as well as DVD based trivia questions. The All Play type questions are also good. You control which type and category of question you get based on your dice roll. Your movement along the board is also controlled by dice roll. The mechanics are the same for all Scene It games. We did have a problem playing a different Scene It game in a battery powered portable DVD player.
The Twilight content is good content. You can enjoy playing this game just by having seen the movies. I don't remember any questions which would have required you to read the books, or have extensively studied the movies IMDB pages.
If you're looking for an approachable Twilight trivia game, this one doesn't disappoint. If you're not a fan of the Twilight franchise, you're going to be supremely bored.
The set includes a game-board, DVD (you need a TV and DVD player or PC capable of playing DVDs), trivia cards, "Fate" cards, dice, and metal game pieces.
This is a very engaging game that really gets the players involved since there are so many interactive elements.
Recommended for fans of Twilight!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good game. Girls loved it, ages 12 & 13. Would not recommend playing if you don't watch the movies over & over.Published 7 months ago by Amy B.
Great for family game night. You think you know it all but you don't once you start playingPublished 9 months ago by Christa
Great game. Allot better than I though and really something for everyonePublished 11 months ago by Bells