A The 実名報道 (The Jitsumeihodo) egy nagyszerű társasjáték, 1 - 8 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövid, csak 10 - 15 perc. A társast, 10 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni. A játékmenet erősen épít a matching mechanizmusra.
The 実名報道 (The Jitsumeihodo) is a game from Japan in which players identify famous people by their real names. In japan, Jitsumeihodo means 'real name reporting' and is the...
The 実名報道 (The Jitsumeihodo) is a game from Japan in which players identify famous people by their real names. In japan, Jitsumeihodo means 'real name reporting' and is the somewhat controversial practise of identify people in news coverage by their real names.
The game has a deck of 60 cards, 30 being the real names of people, and 30 showing a colour photo of the person. On the back of the photos is the same photo min B&W and a short text explaining what crime they were arrested for. For example, a popular comedian caught with cocaine, or a hit-and-run driver.
The 30 photo cards are shuffled and laid out randomly on the table, showing only the colour photo side. The deck of names is shuffled up and placed in the middle, so the first name can be read out.
Players try to match up the correct name to the face. However, this is difficult since the people are generally known by a public name, not by their real name.
The game can be played solitaire.
Like many Loserdogs games, the game is sold in a large ziplocked bag with minimal production. The cardstock is thin but playable.