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Paul Lamond QI Board Game

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  • A board game based on the popular BBC1 quiz show hosted by Stephen Fry.
  • A high quality game designed for anyone who loves the show
  • Take part in the challenging questions
  • A great game to have fun with family or friends
  • Suitable for 3 - 6 players
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Technical Details
Item Weight921 g
Product Dimensions26.8 x 26.8 x 6.6 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:12 years and up
Item model number2280
Main Language(s)English
Number of Game Players3 to 6
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?Yes
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB005AUPXLQ
Best Sellers Rank 56,294 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight921 g
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Date First Available6 July 2011
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision

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This board game is based on the highly successful BBC Quiz show hosted by Stephen Fry. QI has been a favourite among TV viewers since the show began in 2008. QI is arguably the hardest panel game in the world and is built on the philosophy that everything in the world is quite interesting, provided it’s looked at in the right way. This high quality board game is designed for anyone who loves the show. Now you can take part in the challenging questions, while also having fun with family or friends. For example, Winnie-the-Pooh was named after a teddy bear owned by Christopher Robin Milne. What was the origin of the name Winnie? - Winnipeg, Winston Churchill or The Wind in the Willows? Be careful with your answer. Get it right and you move forward but a wrong answer could mean the dreaded klaxon and you'll be going backwards! This game is for 3 - 6 players and suitable for ages 12 years to Adult.

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This board game is based on the highly successful BBC Quiz show hosted by Stephen Fry. QI has been a favourite among TV viewers since the show began in 2008. QI is arguably the hardest panel game in the world and is built on the philosophy that everything in the world is quite interesting, provided it’s looked at in the right way. This high quality board game is designed for anyone who loves the show. Now you can take part in the challenging questions, while also having fun with family or friends. For example, Winnie-the-Pooh was named after a teddy bear owned by Christopher Robin Milne. What was the origin of the name Winnie? - Winnipeg, Winston Churchill or The Wind in the Willows? Be careful with your answer. Get it right and you move forward but a wrong answer could mean the dreaded klaxon and you'll be going backwards! This game is for 3 - 6 players and suitable for ages 12 years to Adult.

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By Victor HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 4 Oct. 2011
At last, someone has finally produced a board game based on the popular TV show QI.

The game consists of a board marked out with numbered squares, a token for ach player, a klaxon and some 864 questions in four booklets, along with the answers and a lot of quite interesting facts. Starting at the centre of the board, you answer questions moving either forward or backwards depending on if you get the answer right wrong, or the `klaxon' answer. The winner is the one to reach the end of the board (either the highest positive OR negative score) first.

The game is simple to understand, and great fun to play. The questions are of a similar level to those seen on the program. The associated factoids are fascinating. It's a great trivia game for those who like games such as trivial pursuits and the like. There is a good range of questions, but I suspect it won't be to many plays before you find yourself repeating them, hopefully there will be more question booklets released in the future. A word of warning, it is really a game for more than two players, more of a party game than an evening entertainment for two people. A most excellent game, five stars.
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With Stephen Fry on the cover and knowing and enjoying the show, we expected a high quality item. We didn't expect grammar errors and a quite confusing game. Four of us tried to play but eventually had to change the rules to make it any fun. There isn't any clarity or objective to the game. The quite shocking grammatical errors in the question books are unforgivable and the rules very hard to follow or comply with if you want to have fun. Maybe we just all got it wrong, I don't know, we'll have another go at it but after the first play we are really disappointed. Far too complicated without good reason.
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If you like the show, don't bother with this game. It doesn't really bear any relation to the show, which in hindsight is to be expected as there are no stand up comedians in my family. The game is a simple multiple choice quiz where it doesn't actually seem to matter if you answer any questions right. Played once and won't bother again. Many much better games out there for less money
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This is an appalling board game. The questions are very interesting. However the instructions are very complex and incomplete. Therefore knowing how to progress up or down the board is still a mystery to me! Do not buy this product as it will cause confusion and frustration amongst your family and friends!
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The QI Board Game is fun but the rules might be improved, for example by allowing any player other than just the following one to challenge an answer given by another player. The scoring system should also be improved by more rewards and penalties for correct or wrong answers. With the current rules there are insufficient incentives for interaction between players that is a large part of the enjoyment. It is also not clear who wins as according to the rules it does not seem to be the player who gets to an end space first. Another serious criticism is that there are insufficient questions since we found after only playing four rounds with four people that the same questions were being repeated. Supplementary question books are needed.

Overall a fun game but could be improved.
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I haven't met anyone yet who can work out how to play this game. Very disappointing. We tried but felt we were playing it on too simple a level. The instructions were poor.
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I really enjoy the show and love games like Trivial Pursuits but this game is poorly planned, frankly boring and surprisingly unintelligent from as strong a brand as QI.
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6 of us (3 degree level educated) find the rules apalling. Just try paragraph 5 for example(!?) If you are in the -ve numbered square does 'advance' mean go more negative or go back towards the start. If the latter you can't get to the 'game over' square. The rules also state first player to game over (-ve or +ve) ends the game, it is not specified if this is by exact score or not. These squares do not have a value so the first person at one of these squares cannot win. Minor quibbles, when you land on a chance (say) after 'advancing' 3 on a correct answer do you pick the chance card up or is that just for a dice roll.

We tried one rule under taking turns as QM and again if one does the questioning and everyone else answers. This is because on the original rules the last player to answer can't challenge (we think). Potential good for this game but it has not been beta-tested sufficiently
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