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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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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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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.Read more ›
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
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.
Asmodee did a really good job of making the different versions of Dixit as confusing as possible. All versions of Dixit use the same card size and have the same card back so they are all compatible with each other. Here is what I was able to figure to the best of my knowledge:
There are 7 sets: Dixit, Dixit Odyssey, Dixit Quest (Dixit 2), Dixit Journey (Dixit 3), Dixit Origins (Dixit 4), Dixit Daydreams (Dixit 5), and Dixit Memories (Dixit 6).
Dixit Jinx is a totally separate game with square shaped cards.
US name: Dixit
Euro name: Dixit
Artist: Marie Cardouat
Standalone game that comes with 84 cards and everything you need to play with up to 6 players. There are several different printings.
The older version, also called Dixit (International Rules Version), comes with a scoring track built into the box and space to hold the 84 cards. It can be identified with a German Game of the Year icon on the front of the box.
The newer version, Dixit, being printed since 2012, comes with a foldable scoring track that is less cute but more functional than the scoring track in the old/international version and space to hold 336 cards (Dixit's 84 cards plus 3 other sets). It can be identified by the word "Family" on the front of the box.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Game was missing wooden rabbit tokens....not impossible to over come, but frustrating when paying full price for a Christmas presentPublished 7 months ago by Thomas E. Straight, Jr
We knew this game from a friend and we just love to play it. There is NO end to being creative! The picture cards are so much fun to even just look at and my husband who is not a... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Birgitt Tierney
This is the great equalizer. Gameplay is simple enough for a 5 year old, but still fun for adults to play. It's based on opinion and can be really funny. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Evan Davis
Did not get the style I wanted but still a great gamePublished 15 months ago by Jon-Michael Rodriguez
A beautiful, imaginative game that adults and children can play together.Published 15 months ago by Lisa B.
A compelling game for us creative imaginative types. The scoring takes some getting used to; more like the journey is the reward, than a clear cut competitive type game.Published 18 months ago by Flyfishergirl
The instructions are dubiously translated, but once you get it sorted, it's a lot of fun. There's no inherent advantage in being older, or more experienced, so it's good for groups... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Two Cents Ready