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- Great for improving kids imaginations
- Descriptive skills, and problem solving
- Simple strategy
- Multi award winning game
- Intense imagery that leaves you feeling uneasy
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Fun game, but dark imagery for younger kids
Bought this to play with younger kids (6 & 4). Absolutely love the concept and execution but unfortunately we just found the imagery to be a bit too unsettling. To be clear, there's nothing is overtly graphic or wrong here, but all the concepts and choice of color palette skew towards darkness and i...
Modify a game for the blind?
Finally, avoid vision intensive games. Tile laying games aren't great for example, though there are ways one can convert them to tactile games. Games like Mysterium and Dixit are complete impossibilities though.
Dixit Expansions Review - Starlit Citadel Reviews Season 1
Each player has a cardboard card in front of them and they can put a plastic peg in it to show which card they're voting, for this allows the player to keep closer track of their score and their voting. But it does make it a little bit more difficult, the scorekeeper to keep track of which cards are getting which votes now. Another reason for the change in this voting system is the fact that Dixit Odyssey has the pieces and the score cards for up to 12 players, which is more than the original game
Beautiful, quick, light-hearted fun!
First, the box I received didn't come with the old score track as pictured in the photo. Instead of the built-in scoring, it came with the actual playing board with score track on it. This new option is better, and not a mismatch I will complain about. The game itself is simple enough to teach to an...
Take it out to play to make your nieces and nephews run away - that rhymed.
This is one of the most boring games ever. The premise is that each player gets a fixed number of picture cards and 1. the person who starts the game gives out a verbal clue about the card they selected. And the other players drop the card that relates most with the clue, face down. 2. The starter c...