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Dixit Odyssey Card Game
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- Every picture tells a story – but what story will your picture tell?
- Standalone game
- 30 minutes playing time
- 3-12 players
- Ages 8+
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The fantastic universe of Dixit, winner of the Spiel des Jahres 2010, returns to entrance you once more. With Dixit Odyssey, continue the adventure in new worlds that will enchant and delight. Dixit Odyssey gives players the chance to choose the whimsical and dreamlike art that matches the storyteller’s tale, and then see if they can find the storyteller’s card among all those before them. Using your imagination and wit, journey through wild and magical new worlds and rediscover the brilliance and wonder of the original. Discover 84 new illustrations by Piero and Marie Cardouat in Dixit Odyssey, the standalone game for up to 12 players that include a new, more practical scoreboard, voting pads, and new rabbit tokens. Plus Dixit Odyssey has room to store all the cards from both Dixit and Dixit 2, so you can take the whole game with you in one box. A new universe of magical worlds awaits!
84 image cards
12 voting boards
24 voting tokens
12 wooden rabbits
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It isn't. I was disappointed to discover -much as we love it here- that this is pretty much "Dixit" again. The track to follow and win the game is linear this time (but there is still the same objective of reaching 30). The voting cards are very nice, sturdy, and look very different from the previous voting tokens, but it is pretty much a question of form rather than content. If anything, this time you are more likely to be spotted at your secret voting because pegs are inserted in the too wide holes of the voting cards and are often easily seen by other players when you try to hold them in place.
The other difference: you can vote for up to 2 image-cards giving you more chances of getting it right but also diminishing your score. Players -other than the narrator- who get a vote on their proposed image-card also score 1 point. So, scoring is the biggest change, and yet it is not revolutionary at all, it's tiny tweaking.
If you already own "Dixit" maybe you will feel somehow cheated (you can use your old game and just mildly change the voting and scoring rules and you've got "Dixit Odyssey"). I felt let down too that only 84 new cards come with this game that can be played by up to 12 people (ideal for parties) and very soon we had to re-enter the already used cards by adding them to the bottom of the fast dwindling pile (before even the first game was over!). You will need an expansion very soon.Read more ›
You can be as descriptive as you want or as cryptic as you want. you place it face down and everyone else chooses a card in their hand that they think best fits the description, you all put your choices down and shuffle them, one by one you turn the cards over, then its time to guess. Everyone except the person who made the initial description guesses which is your card, if everyone gets it then you get no points, same if no one gets it, so the art is in finding a balance, you want to describe it just enough to be picked but without the whole group guessing.
So for example, I had a picture of a bunny astronaut on the moon, my description was "where no man had been before". The variety of cards means that others can match the description to their cards fairly well at times, other times it can be obvious so you need to take into account the way of players thinking sometimes.
Good fun game and will be introducing it to the list of Christmas board games with the family, I wasn't to keen playing it with only 3 players, the game has more strength with more players, with three players you have a 50% chance of guessing right (since one card is yours so you are guessing only out of two cards) so much more fun to be had with a wider selection of cards to guess.Read more ›
Possibly our favourite family game now. Definitely recommend purchasing if you don't currently own a dixit game already.
We had had a few games with 5 players and got used to those rules. then when we got the game out with our friends and realised there were different rules for 12 players we were a bit confused! Just for a few moments, nothing too complex but you know what it's like with a big noisy group!
I personally love the game but am giving it 4 stars as my (adult) daughter isn't keen. so maybe this game isn't for everyone. It's different and requires a bit of imagination and people reading skills so maybe suits people who aren't rule bound types. I think my daughter prefers catan and strategy type games.
However it's definitely one to have in your games cupboard for parties. On balance, we had more laughs with telestrations but i really enjoyed this too
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Fabulous family board game. Beautiful pictures. Easy to play with kids of any age.Published 3 months ago by Amaya
Prompt delivery and great service! The game is beautiful. Thank you!Published 5 months ago by Neda P
A good game where every player is involved every go. No special knowledge or skill is required by anyone so all are on an equal footing (though it can help a bit if you think alike... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mr. A. G. Giles
All instructions were in French - this was not at all clear from the write-up of the game. Fortunately I know how to play it.Published 10 months ago by helen