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!! IMPORTANT NOTICE : This App is free until July 31st 2011 !!
Hold your breath: Dixit, edited by Libellud, is now available on the Appstore with iDixit!
The illustrations are dealt out. They have one thing in common: a riddle. But watch out: only one image is the key.
It’s up to you to harness your wit and intuition to find this key without getting caught in your opponent’s traps.
iDixit: A surprising and rewarding game that will be appreciated by friends and family alike.
The game is made up of 84 cards illustrated by Marie Cardouat, a young Parisian artist known for her postcards edited by “éditions des correspondances”.
An internationally acclaimed, multi award winning game!
This digital version of the game has been optimized for iPhone and iPod touch. A wifi connection and a Game Center account are necessary to play with friends round a table or at longer range. You can even connect with players that you don’t know!
A tutorial comprised of a preprogrammed hand is included to guide you through the game and teach you how to use the interface.
No need to buy the game to be able to play! A Lite version of the app is available. The Lite version allows you to join a game, however it will not allow you to host a game session.
For long range play certain devices without an integrated microphone need a headset to allow the other players to hear your voice.
From 3 to 6 players.
!! IMPORTANT NOTICE: IF YOUR FACING TECHNICAL ISSUES, PLEASE GLANCE THROUGH THE FAQ: http://www.toboco.fr/en/games/idixit/faq-idixit OR PLEASE CONTACT THE SUPPORT AT email@example.com !!
What's New in Version 1.0.2
More than 20 000 downloads, thanks all of you for your support!
1.0.2 out now, the ghost players update :)
- only players ready to play are displayed when creating or joining a game
- notification sent to all players when someone leaves, then game is cancelled
- when a player sends iDixit to background mode, he has 7 minutes to get back in game before being kicked
1.1 under progress (scheduled august 2011)
- chat module while in lobby and in game
- speed selection of game: blitz, normal and slow
- leavers will be flagged
- game will go on if someone disconnects, as long as 4 players stay in game
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I was just recently introduced to this board game and immediately fell in love. When I heard there was an app available I was so excited to be able to play with my friends at anytime. While the layout is beautiful and seamlessly integrates gameplay into a digital form I am disappointed with a few things. There should be a "not timed" option of gameplay in private organized games. While it would be slow paced, groups of friends could wait for notifications when it is their turn to make a move and keep a casual on going game to play at leisure (kind of like Words with Friends). There needs to be an option to invite friends into a created private game because trying to organize 3 other people to be actively inside an app to start a game took nearly about 30 minutes of texting back and forth. It would also be great to be able to pay extra for the expansion pack cards.
I truly think this is an amazing game and could become extremely popular if some time and attention was given to making it not solely required to play live in real time.
Beautiful graphics. Fun interface. Great game idea! Haven't been able to find people online to play with and local qui seems to require other iPhone users with the app... I wish there were a way to play against the CPU even just for practice. More than that, I wish there were a way to play multiplayer with one phone and several people. (this has been done with other party games like werewolf where there is a trade-off screen on the phone so players would not see the cards of the other player)... Right now I would love to play more but there are very limited options...
No convenient method of play
Since I quite like the tabletop version of Dixit, I downloaded this and checked it out. However, when I tried to use the online mode, it said it required an external microphone, which is badly overlooking the fact that all recent iDevices (my shorthand for iPad, iPhone, iTouch, etc.) have microphones already (including the iPad which I am using), so what the heck. What's more, the local mode requires other people with iDevices with their own copy of the game - there's no pass-and-play mode. I do live with people who have a lot of iDevices, and since it's currently free we could all get it, but even so, it's frustrating.