Now you may have noticed a slight problem with this game; if you're playing with 3 players then only 3 cards per turn are being put down. You'll obviously know which card you placed, so that leaves you with just a 50/50 shot of guessing the correct Image. This is quickly and easily addressed in the rules, with the suggestion that each player aside from the Storyteller submits 2 cards per round, thus giving a greater degree of choice to their opponent. That said, Dixit is definitely one of those games where it's a case of 'the more the merrier'.
- It's a simple game to pick up, but quite intricate in its own way.
- Very family friendly, an excellent intro game for younger gamers.
- Light hearted and very enjoyable - Dixit isn't a game which will leave you grinding your teeth and monitoring your blood pressure.
- Very compact for a board game.
- The Image cards are very beautifully illustrated.
The Bad Points
- As with all imagination-based games, the right group of players is required to make it a good experience.
- The Image cards are large sized, which is fantastic for showcasing the artwork but makes finding card sleeves awkward. Shuffling takes its toll quite badly on these cards, and we even started to see signs of wear and tear on our copy by the end of our third game.