QI - A Quite Interesting Game [Interactive DVD] £3.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco @ HMV
QI - A Quite Interesting Game [Interactive DVD] £3.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco @ HMV

QI - A Quite Interesting Game [Interactive DVD] £3.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco @ HMV

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Based on the BBC 2 game hosted by Stephen Fry, this interactive game generates lively discussions on a variety of weird and wonderful topics.

This fully interactive game is based on the BBC2 panel show hosted by Stephen Fry. With team or one player options, the object of the game is to progress without falling into the trap of selecting the obvious, yet wrong answer. At the end of the game there is even the chance to win a real prize by logging online. QI Interactive includes many clips and stills on which the questions are based with Stephen Fry delivering the questions, rewards and penalties in his own inimitable style.
The QI DVD is quite simply the most quite interesting quiz you will ever play. In the large but velvety hands of your QI Minotaur, Stephen Fry, you enter a dark mental maze filled with mystical beasts: singing dogs & cat burglars; Lord Byron's rampant nanny & Adam's flannel. You will also meet Woonsocket. The objective is to complete seven linked strands of around fifty questions each. Hidden at the end of each thread is a reward in the form of a secret letter. You must collect all these letters, a full complement of which forms an anagram. This acts as a key, gaining you access to the inner sanctum of QI where you may befriend the QI elves and win a chance at the coveted title of QI Master itself. Questions are multiple choice and must be answered correctly in order to trigger the next question. If you answer wrongly you will get one last chance before being sent back in disgrace to the beginning of the thread.
Product details
Actors: Stephen Fry
Directors: Ian Lorimer
Format: PAL
Language English
Region: Region 2 ( DVD formats.)
Number of discs: 1
Classification: 12
Studio: Warner Home Video
DVD Release Date: 14 Nov 2005
Run Time: 277 minutes


sounds fun, Iwant Fry to cal lme an idiot!

tho the shows attraction for me is the comics on the panel so could see this not being as good as I hope

For a party game it can't be bad for the price. Voted hot.
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