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24 DVD Board Game

3.0 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

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  • Includes DVD, game board and cards label sheet, movers, instructions
  • Your CTU agent trying to prevent terrorist attack
  • Can you figure out which clues are valuable and which are dead ends?
  • For ages teen to adult
  • For 2 or more players
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Product Description

Product Description

Players become CTU agents vying to collect clues and prevent terrorist attacks.

From the Manufacturer

24 DVD Board Game - You're a CTU agent trying to prevent a terrorist attack. Onscreen games and challenges give you clues. Can you figure out which ones are valuable and which ones are dead ends? As the DVD timer ticks down, the action and suspense grow until one player wins.

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Product Dimensions 10.5 x 10.5 x 2.5 inches
Item Weight 1.4 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B000ETZU8E
Item model number 2104-04
Manufacturer recommended age 7 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #469,744 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#251 in Toys & Games > Games > DVD Games
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3.0 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

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I bought this thinking it would be a fun game to try out, as me and my wife are huge fans of 24. After 20 minutes I was frustrated and my wife had given up on it entirely. The game consists of very little reasoning, and mostly following patterns the game flashes on screen that you must, in a variety of frustratingly difficult and poorly-explained ways, input back to the game to move on. If you're not sure what the game wants you to do, there really isn't much you can do besides enter things randomly until you hit upon something by accident. Its incredibly frustrating. The voice acting is quite good though (Keifer Sutherland is here), and the live-action sequences were better than I expected from a DVD boardgame. However, overall this game was a disappointment and it may be some time before I store up a reserve of patience to attempt it again.
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I too purchased this game thinking it would be excellent, as I am a huge fan of the hit tv show and I had read on the internet that Kiefer Sutherland himself had provided his voice for the game... I couldn't have been more wrong. After about 3 minutes of gameplay me and my girlfriend were stuck in seemingly impossible tasks, having to use the DVDremote as a 'wanna-be' gaming-console controller....this doesn't work at all (not surprisingly).

I am surprised and disseapointed that so much money and effort has been put into such a terrible game. I predict that word will spread and that this will not sell as much as predicted.
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I got this game for Chistmas from my wife and we all looked forward to sitting down and giving it a try today.

Needless to say, since you have probably read at least a few of the other reviews on this game, the experience ended up being frustrating. Sadly, the frustration game from the interface rather than a difficult mystery to solve.

We started with Day 1 and found what others have commented on. The response time is often slow and you find yourself hunting for the "sweet spot" to click your remote while taking into account the delay.

What really killed us was after about 3 or 4 locations, we had to go back to the CTU to decode some USB drive we had found. We believe we figured out the code right off the bat, but for the life of us could not figure out how to enter the code we wanted to. It was an absolute exercise in frustation.

Speaking as Joe user out here in the world, I have to say that this is just about the most poorly designed, documented or explained interfaces I have ever seen.

Speaking as someone who tested and designed interfaces for the software industry for quite a few years, I have to say that this is just about the most poorly designed, documented or explained interfaces I have ever seen.

There really is no excuse for this. Having any playtesting with this game should have revealed these glaring problems.

Save yourself the trouble and move on to something else. This game is not only not worth it, but not even a passion for 24 would make this thing worth the trouble.
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Do not waste your money. I agree with everyone else. The idea of the game is great, but completing some of the missions on the DVD are pretty much impossible. Figuring out the codes are ok, but trying to sneak past a security camera or security laser beams are totally random. The reaction of the green dot (the agent) does not correspond with you hitting the arrow button on the dvd remote. We hit it a lot of different times and the dot moved when it wanted to and it was always into the sight of the camera or security laser beam. No skill, no strategy. Jack Bauer yells at you and makes you feel like an idiot when you can't get it. There's no way, I believe that this game was tested out on anyone. How can they make a game that can't be won, except by random luck. I feel they used the "24" name and put together a shotty DVD game. And the board is useless. The game was frustrating to say the least. I plan on returning it.
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Clearly no quality control or testing was performed on this game. We were looking forward to playing this with the family (all big "24" fans), but between horrible instructions and an unusable interface, we were ready to just give the game to terrorists! Fortunately, we bought it at a local store which allows returns.

Do NOT buy this piece of junk.
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Yes, we did complete the entire game which probably shows our stupidity or boredom. Painfully played this game with six 24 fans. As you read in every review the challenges using the remote are arbitrary at best. You basically have to guess at when you are going to decide to move your player. Some of the other challenges are quite good.

Why do they have a board with this game? It is only used if you get past the three days and then you get to play the challenges again. Someone who completes several of the challenges gets to enter CTU for the most anti-climatic ending imaginable.

If you are a 24 fan, do not buy the game.

If you enjoy DVD games, do not buy the game.

If you enjoy being frustrated because a game has stupid quirks that no one ever tested, this is for you.
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