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Don't Quote Me

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Recognizing quotes from five categories -- Leaders, the Arts, Pop Culture, Life and Literature, and Sports -- will lead you to victory in the trivia board game Don't Quote Me.

Pros

  • 1875 different quotes on 375 cards.
  • Hints and multiple-choice options.
  • Mini-biographies of those quoted.

Cons

  • No appeal to those who are quote-challenged.

Description

  • For 2 to 5 players or teams.
  • Recommended for ages 16 and up.
  • Designed by Don Reid, published by Wiggles 3D.

Guide Review - Don't Quote Me

Players or teams first try to identify the speaker in Don't Quote Me from the quote alone; doing so is worth three points. Identifying the speaker after receiving two clues is worth two points, and doing so after hearing three multiple-choice answers is worth one point.

After correctly answering, a player moves forward on the board the number of spaces equal to how many points they earned. The first to circle the board and return home wins. Don't Quote Me includes 25 strategy cards which add choices for players to make throughout the game.

So if you know who said, "I really didn't say everything I said" (Yogi Berra), pick up a copy of this trivia game and impress your friends.

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