Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Review: Dixit Journey

Wil Wheaton and guests Leo Chu, Casey McKinnon, and Beth Riesgraf  play Dixit on Tabletop.

A new and enriched environment where the sky is the limit for creating truly enchanting scenarios.

Dixit Journey is a wonderful way to practice your skills at creating unique and subtle clues, while your friends test their abilities to bluff and mislead. A picture is truly worth a thousand words in this beautifully crafted board game that will be enjoyed by all.

In each round one person assumes the role of “active player” where they create a clue made up of one or more words or can even be a sound or group of sounds. The other players will then try to mislead everybody by finding a card in their hand that also represents the same clue.

Test your skills at correctly finding the solution to the clue…

•High quality cards, board and game pieces.
•Game instructions that are clear and easy to understand.
•Artwork that inspires many creative clues and hours of enjoyment by everyone.
•For even more options in the game-play, mix in the cards from Dixit Odyssey or any of the other versions.

This game is really fun and my family had a lot of fun playing it. We found out it is a lot harder when u play with 6 player then when u play with only 3 players. At first we had a few fights but in the end we would come together like one big happy family. All families has little difference when playing games but the only thing that matters is we all come together. This game is a little hard for my two boys so my husband, my brother-in-law, his wife, and me are usually the ones that play. It is funny getting to hear all the funny clues/hints for the their photo they are picking to play. Once they give their clue it is your job to pick a photo out of your hand that matches their clue the best you can. You then hand the card to person that put the clue out face down so no one else can see your card. After all players have handed in their card the clue person will shuffle up the cards and lay then face up along the board. Then it is all the other players turn to try and guess which card belongs to the clue person.

Disclaimer: No compensation was received for this post. I was provided a sample of each product for my review purposes only. All opinions are 100% my own. Photobucket

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