大想頭 / The Big Idea
|Designer James Ernest released The Big Idea through his own Cheapass Games in 2000, with the game being a hybrid of party game and light strategy game. In that design, players would create crazy inventions from the adjective and noun cards in their hands, simultaneously choose one invention (other than their own) to invest in, pay to invest in other inventions (whether newly created that round or an earlier creation), then roll a die for each investment to see whether it pays off and if so by how much. The player who collected the most money won.|
For the 2011 edition of The Big Idea from French publisher Funforge, Ernest and Funforge's Philippe Nouhra have transformed the design into a true party game by stripping out the elements related to earning money. Players still have a hand of adjective and noun cards, and combine any number of them to create a fancy invention. They then take turns pitching their ideas to everyone in the game, lobbying players as if they were in front of a crowd of venture capitalists. Players then secretly vote on which idea they feel should be rewarded, placing a reward card face down in front of the chosen invention and blank cards in front of all other inventions. The player who collects the most rewards wins the round.
Unlike the Cheapass titles of yore, Funforge's The Big Idea will include high-quality, full-color illustrated cards packaged in a nice box.
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|玩家數量||3 - 6|
最佳遊玩人數： 6 人|
建議遊玩人數： 4 人
|語文能力要求||遊玩時需要閱讀大量文字 - 遊戲語言並非母語的玩家需要頻繁翻譯才可遊玩|
|遊戲擴充||The Big Idea: La Science-Fiction Médiévale|
|遊戲名稱||The Big Idea|
|別名||Geile Idee, |
|BGG重度||1 / 5.0|
|BGG評分||6.09858 / 10.0|