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Dexter Board Game

4.3 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews

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  • Components - Game Board, Playing Pawns, Six-Sided Die, On The Job Cards, On The Job Prowl Cards, Calling Dexter Cards, Suspect Tokens, Tool Tokens, Mini Garbage Bags
  • Playing Time - 2 Players (3-45 minutes), 3-4 Players (45-75 minutes)
  • For 2-4 players
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

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As DEXTER, travel through the streets of Miami trying to hunt down a suspect that has slipped through the cracks of the justice system and make them your next victim. Keep your day job by completing Blood Spatter Reports to avoid any suspicion and reap the rewards of a job well done. In the meantime, try to avoid your opponents, who will expose you, the first chance that they get. Once you have found your suspect and have collected the Tools that you need, you must head over to the Marina to get rid of the evidence and win the game. Strategic game play, loads of fun if you’re a fan of DEXTER, this game is a must have

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Product Dimensions 10.5 x 10.5 x 2.5 inches
Item Weight 3.3 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B0045Y10VU
Item model number 5511555
Manufacturer recommended age 15 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #229,156 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#68 in Home & Kitchen > Home Décor > Home Décor Accents > Wooden Games
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4.3 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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By Alison I. Anglesey on January 24, 2011
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Ordered this game for a Christmas present on the 20th of December (last minute, I know...) and got it the day after with some great expedited shipping! Love love LOVE it! We haven't had time to put it away since we got it, because we keep playing it! Friends and family that watch Dexter (and even those who don't) love the game as well! It says only 4 players maximum can play, but if you find other pieces there is no reason you can't have more people play! Super fun, kinda dark, not for kids, but great for adults' game nights! A little bit of strategy and a lot of luck makes this game great! The best part is that every player gets to be Dexter Morgan! I recommend this product to every Dexter/board game lover out there!
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Let me preface this by saying Dexter is my favorite show and so I was all geared up to love this game! A family member gave this to me for a present and then the rest of the family was of course forced to play it with me.

The idea of the game is neat. Each player starts out being dealt two "On the Prowl Cards" these are cards that tell you which two suspects you are trying to kill (you only need to kill one to win), the card also tells you what tools you need to kill the suspect with and what location on the board you need to get to in order to kill them. Each player then starts at Miami Metro police department and must move around the board attempting to collect a suspect and the matching three tools needed to dispose of him or her. Once this is done then the player must move to the specific location on the board where your suspect must be killed. When you are at this location you place your suspect, tools, and on the prowl card into your "garbage bag" a little black plastic pouch and you must painstakingly go back around the board to return all your leftover suspect tokens, tools etc. Then once this is done you must travel to the marina in order to win the game. Throughout there are also other random cards which may give you rewards or have negative consequences and a set of cards of blood spatter which you may match up in order to get a reward.

The game sounds great except for the fact that it never ends! One problem is that there are specific spaces on the board to collect suspects (which are turned downward so that you cannot tell which suspect is located where) and if you do not roll the specific number on the die you cannot stop on a suspect spot. This can lead to players circiling the board endless times without getting a single suspect...
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I don't think there exists ANY game that takes as long as Monopoly, and Dexter certainly does not. After playing various 'party' games w/ family over the holidays, I was so sick of the crappy 'Guess who might be the right' games or 'vote on the best answer' games. So mindless and typical. Then someone gave me the Dexter board game and I thought, 'Oh, how novel. LOL'. Then I realized it wasn't a trivia game, but an actual board game. Ok. So then we played it and... ah. This is a COMPLICATED game. At its core, each player has a set of items and tasks to complete. You obtain these items and tasks by moving around the board. Then once you gain all your items, you have to make your way to the 'kill site'. Then after that, you must make your way to the marina to escape and 'dump your body'. What makes the game complicated, besides having to complete multiple task to win, is that the items you retrieve might be an item another player needs, so there are various mechanics and ways to steal another players items or force them to give it up. So the MORE people playing, the better and more fun.

Like someone else stated, I believe some people misunderstood how to play the game in some aspects. You don't HAVE to complete the Blood Splatter Reports, but if you happen to do so, you gain an advantage of being able to steal another player's collected items. Also, the reason the game starts each player off with 2 suspects is so that you have the flexibility of going after one or the other. You do NOT have to collect all items for BOTH!! That would take FOREVER to complete. That is not an interpretation of the rules, its clearly stated in the literature w/ the game.
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This is a really fun game. My husband and I play, but made some modifications. For one I made folders with pockets to hold the chips and cards which has greatly improved the quality of the game. Second we pass out 4 suspect cards in order to move the game along quicker.

Some problems: the board can be a little hard to read as there is so much info on it. The chips are not the highest quality and are small. If the chips were plastic and larger I think this would be an improvement.

I do think this could be a fun game even if you are not a Dexter fan. You are not required to have watched the show at all to play like to TV shows turned game.
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My husband and I were obsessed with Dexter! We were definitely tha couple that didn't know what to do when we watched the season finale. I bought this for him for Valentine's Day! Unfortunately, we have only played it once, but it was really fun! I thought it was cool how it incorporated characters and specific incidents from the show into the game. Like the Icebox man, etc.
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