- Min. Number of Players:3
- Max. Number of Players:6
- Type of player:For beginners, For parties, For family, For anybody
- Age Level:8+
- Play time:30min to 1h
- Game Type:Card games
A unique addition to the 10th anniversary of the series!
On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Dixit, the game's creators created an unusual project - they invited all graphic designers who had prepared illustrations and combined their works with a common theme of stories and stories from around the world.
This is how the Jubilee Edition was created: a unique set of 84 cards that will go to your hearts, awakening the power of unlimited imagination.
Dixit is a game of associations, whose unique graphics, simple rules and unlimited imagination create a new dimension of entertainment.
What is it about?
Each player becomes a storyteller during his turn. He chooses one of his 6 pictures and comes up with an association to it. A sentence can be a single word, sound, or quote - there are no limits, you can even sing something! Then the other players choose from among their cards the one they think best matches the storyteller's password and place it facedown on the table. The storyteller shuffles all these cards, including his own, and places them face up on the table. The players (except the storyteller) secretly vote which card is the card to which the storyteller has made the association. When everyone has made their choice, awarding of points begins.
If no one guesses which card belonged to the storyteller because his association was too abstract, he scores no points and the other players are rewarded. Likewise, if all the voices indicate the storyteller's card, it means that the association was either too simple or too literal. In other combinations, points are awarded and attention, if any of the players votes for the card you played, because you played something that he thought suited the combination better, you get bonus points!
So it's worth playing cards cleverly, trying to confuse other players, while keeping the ones we have interesting associations to and waiting to play them until it's your turn.
Remember that one image is worth more than a thousand words!
The author of the game is Jean Louis Roubira, a doctor working in the hospital in Poitiers with young patients experiencing difficulties in the school environment and beyond. After a few games in Dixit, they observed a significant improvement in their expressions and relationships with other people. The game can also be used as a pedagogical and therapeutic tool.
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