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In Fictionaire, players make up a bogus definition or fake answer for a word or question asked by the game’s host, trying to trick him or her into believing that their answer is correct. To earn points, players either choose the right definition - or get someone to pick their answer. If a player bluffs someone into choosing the wrong answer, they earn a bonus point.

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    [Fic•tion•aire: Person who tricks opponents into choosing
    the wrong word definition in the dictionary game.]

    You may know it as dictionary, fictionary, Balderdash... or even "Call my Bluff", the classic British TV game show; but it could just as easily be called "the making up lies to fool your friends" game!

    Fictionaire is a new quiz card game from Days of Wonder
    that gives a fresh twist to this classic genre.

    Additional Info

    Additional Info

    Designer Hervé Marly
    Mfg Suggested Ages 10 and up
    # of Players 4 - 7
    User Suggested # of Players Best with 4 - 5 players / Recommended with 3 - 6 players
    Year Published 2010
    Artist Cyrille Daujean
    User Suggested Ages 10 and up
    Subdomain Thematic Games
    Website No
    Publisher Days of Wonder
    Playing Time 10–20 minutes
    Family N/A
    Honors N/A
    Primary Name Fictionaire
    Expansion No
    Alternate Names Fictionaire: Classic Encyclopedia / Les Jeux du Fictionnaire / Les Jeux du Fictionnaire: Naturals / Les Jeux du Fictionnaire: Tout est relatif
    Mechanic N/A
    Game category Bluffing / Party Game / Trivia / Word Game
    Language Dependence Extensive use of text - massive conversion needed to be playable
    Play time filter No


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