A game's success often depends on the impressions it leaves on the people who play it! If you are going to buy a new game you want to know if it good or not and that's we give the chance to find out what the gamers are saying about board games.
"I love Dixit it makes you think in a different way. Instead of thinking logically about my decisions I think about the person giving the clue and how they came to their decision. Also, the art is beautiful everyone wants to show off the cool cards they didn't get to use after the game is over."
"It's a game that I love even though I'm terrible at it!
"Most of my enjoyment in games comes from competition and calculating the best strategy. This is the one game where my enjoyment comes from humour and imagination."
"Love it. It's one of my favourite games and we play it with almost all of our guests. Many of those guests bought the game themselves to play with their families. I own all but one of the add-ons and we never had the feeling that one of our games looked much like an other game, no matter how much we play it it keeps refreshing. It's the most fun when the group of players differs every time you play it because everybody has different way's of thinking.
"3 Things we really like about the game: It's creative, no person ever has the feeling that he is loosing (sore loosing friendly) and people will begin to talk about old stories to each other (they give hints about cards only one person can know because of something they did when they were young, after that they will tell the story and everybody will get to know each other a little better).
"In other words; it's more then just a game, it's a way to make people talk to each other and have a good time."
"Dixit is the best family game in existence. Most of the fun comes from explaining and talking about your clues and interpretations."
"I find it difficult to replace Dixit with Mysterium. They're two different types of games. One's a light competitive party game and the other is a deduction co-op. There's room for both games because they fall under separate categories."
"Same here. I like both games for different reasons."
So does _Mackinac:
"It seems to be a favourite among so many others, but every time my game group tried it we just found it extraordinarily boring and ended up quitting before we could finish. I don't know why this game in particular doesn't work for us, but it just doesn't."
"I've hated every second I've been stuck playing this game. Same with Mysterium. Saying something cryptic so other people can guess what you're thinking is not a good time for me."
"I don't recommend it unless you want to start conversation; it's not a game for people who like strategy or who are competitive and just want to win. Could be good to get to know people, or for abstract thinkers. If you're kinda tempted by the idea, I'd say buy Mysterium instead, which is very similar except with a set number of rounds and an actual theme."