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- Party game that brings movie fans together
- Endless combinations with over 300 cards
- Players make connections as they recall elements of movies
- Creative and spontaneous play
- For 4 to 10 players
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CINEPLEXITY brings movie fans together for delightful movie madness! Each round, players race to name a movie that includes elements from two CINEPLEXITY Cards. Be the first to come up with a title and you win a point. With over 300 cards you'll have hundreds of hours of fresh movie fun!For 4-10 players, ages teen to adult.Play time: 20 - 30 minutes.Contents: 315 Cineplexity Cards, 2 Director's Trays, Quick Play Rules.
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The Party Game Where Movie Fans Connect and each round, players race to name a movie that includes elements from two CINEPLEXITY cards. Elements include actors, settings, characters, props and themes. Be the first to come up with a title and you win a point.
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Sure you could spend the time to write out cards yourself, since that's all this box is, but why bother when it's so cheap and well made here?
It does require a decent knowledge of movies, but you don't have to be an expert -- you just have to be able to put together odd concepts like "a science fiction film that included a slow-motion scene" and be first to come up with an answer. When I played for the first time with a group of friends, we played several rounds the winners were rarely those of us with the most film knowledge. It's as much about making connections as it is actual movie knowledge.
Since the game comes with hundreds of cards and each "clue" is a combination of two random selections, there's almost infinite replay potential. It's a simple idea without complicated rules, and enormously fun. I'd recommend it for any adults or kids over 13 who love movies.
This game is different however. Its premise is simple but amazingly fun. You draw two cards and try to think of a movie that has both in it. The cards could be a scene, a place, a prop, a genre, and actor, etc. Its really fun trying to come up with movies that fit. Since you can come up with any movie that fits the cards, you don't run into the trivia pitfall of not having seen a specific movie. My wife still beats me all the time, but I don't mind because I at least get some points and have fun doing it. Its also a great party game.