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Dixit (Cover Art May Vary)
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- For 3-6 Players.
- Humorous Party Card Game With Loads Of Imaginative Storytelling
- 84 new cards, 6 game pieces in 6 different colors.
- Styles May Vary
- 30 minute playing time
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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What I love about this game is it's a quick and simple play and for anyone and everyone. The set up is easy, deal six cards to up to six players, everyone picks a color (to represent them via Bunny on the score board and voting chips)and you pick someone to start. They pick a card from their hand, for example let's say Player 1 chooses a card with a Bunny on it and two doors before him, one red. This scene could remind the player of The Matrix (one commonly used with this card among our group), Alice in Wonderland (because of the white rabbit), Doors, Doorway or Entrance (because of the doors, obviously) or even Bunny or Rabbit (for the younger players, there are more rabbits in different decks).
Once he chooses his card, he says something that reminds him (like the above mentioned), let's say he chooses Alice in Wonderland as his phrase. The other players then pick a card from their hand, without revealing, that reminds them of Alice in Wonderland. Let's say Player 2 has a card with a cat on it somewhere that reminds him of the Cheshire Cat, so he plays this. Player 3 has a card that shows several cards stacked, the top having a Red Queen on it, reminding him of the Red Queen in Alice in Wonderland. So he plays this. Player 4 has nothing that represents the clue so he simply plays a card he wants to get rid of.
Then all the cards are shuffled up so nobody knows who played what, then revealed on numbers 1-4 (or however many characters are playing).Read more ›
Last night I brought it to a gathering of adults who had never seen a game like it, and were initially put off. After some cajoling, they stepped up and tried it. I won the first game, but everyone else wanted to play it again, and the second time a gentleman won who had been the toughest to convince to play.
The comments I received were like, "This is the most unusual game I've ever played," and, "I'm engaging parts of my brain that I never use!" It was a hit and a half, so if you're reading this you need to get this game.
Best with four, five, or six players. The more players, the greater the experience. Also keep one person in charge of dealing the cards, shuffling and revealing the selections, basically running the game. I filled this role last night since I owned the game. Also, find something to use for an active player token. It will cut down on some confusion.
The general idea is for everyone to put down a face-down card that relates to the round leader's verbal clue, and then guess the leader's card out of that pile. Points are awarded for guessing correctly and getting others to choose the card you placed down. It's a little more complex than that, but that's about the gist of it.
What I like most about this board game is that it appeals to such a large range of ages and personalities. Dixit is casual enough to avoid the problem of turning away people that don't generally play board games. The way the game is designed, each person will interpret the images on the cards differently, so having a diverse group of people greatly enhances the experience. There are also additional cards available for purchase that come in sets of 84 to expand the game.
Dixit comes with 84 illustrated cards, a game board, six rabbit player tokens, six sets of numbered tiles, and box that holds the game and up to three expansions. The box I received does not look like the one pictured in the product description, so I added the photos of what's currently the newest version.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This has replaced Cards Against Humanity for my #1 party game! Way too many laughs to be had.Published 5 days ago by Nathan A.
I have enjoyed playing this game. I grew up playing Monopoly, Monopoly, and more Monopoly, with a little bit of poker too. Read morePublished 12 days ago by MB White