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Best of TV and Movies Board Game
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- The latest edition to the Logo family of board games
- Answer questions and identify pictures on the UK's favourite pastime
- With 400 cards & 1600 questions
- For 2 - 6 players. Can be played in teams
- No Batteries required
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Best of TV & Movies - The hugely entertaining picture card, question game based on TV and Movies. With PAUSE, FAST FORWARD and MUTE cards to spice up the game play. Fun questions, not dull trivia, is the name of the game.
400 Qustion Cards
3 x Bonus Cards
1 x Playing Board
6 x Playing pieces
1 x Instructions
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It's basically the same set up. The board layout is similar as is moving around the board to win. There are three categories from which you can get a question, Pot Luck, Picture and Theme. The makers have spiced it up a bit by introducing 'Bonus cards' which can make the game a tad more competitive! There's the 'Mute Button' card that stops a player from answering therefore stopping them in their tracks. There's also the 'Change the Channel' card which can be used to swap topics. Only two different cards but they can make a difference. . .
Just like LOGO it;s for 2 to 6 players or teams of course and I'd say aged 12 and above. Questions are in the same format as is the game play. Tv and movies that popped up during our game were-
Saving Private Ryan
Strictly Come Dancing
Pirates of the Caribbean
To name but a few and there must be thousands more!
So there's a good range across the decades and all genres of movie and tv. Personally I'm still waiting for Hammy Hamster, Robinson Crusoe and Fingerbobs to some up but I just can't see it happening. God I'm getting old!
I can't fault it as a really good family game with loads of replayability and sturdy board and pieces which should last for donkeys years!
If you liked LOGO I'd say give this one a go. Highly recommended.
I also have this company's original Logo Game which is also great fun.
Brilliant Christmas Day family game
As with the original version, teams start of by answering a variety of questions based upon popular current and past TV shows and movies (i.e Big Brother, X-Factor, Only Fools and Horses, Coronation Street, Harry Potter etc). This time however the game producers have added in three extra bonus cards which each team can use at any stage of the game; these are a 'mute card' which enables the team asking a question to mute any one member of the answering team, a 'move onto the next question' bonus card which you can use if you struggle to answer a specific question on a card and also a 'change card' bonus card which allows you to change a card at the start of your go if you do not like the subject of the current card.
The average game will last approximately 60 minutes (based on two teams of two members) and is simple and straightforward to set up within 10 seconds. Overall I would highly recommend this game for providing hours of enjoyment which is suitable for all groups of family and friends.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best game I've played in a while.
It's suitable for everyone, even the guys who don't normally like games or thought they would be rubbish loved it. Read more
I love the LOGO Game series! They are all brilliant. They are great for all ages, the questions are from a range of decades so anyone can play and answer the questions, and so easy... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great game. Bought as gift for husband. Fast despatch, thank you.Published 2 months ago by Nicola J Phipps