A Game of Mixed up Movies

Alternate Rules

 Reduce time from 1 minute to 30 seconds for the more experienced team.

 The more experienced team only gets one guess (either per player, or per team)

One team knows a lot more about movies than the other team,

how can we balance the teams better?

 Betting:
In this method, once your team hears the clue, you decide to bet a certain number of points that the other team cannot figure out the mashedup movie title (partial answer does not win). If the other team accepts, the points you wager are in addition to the points for the card itself. The losing team of the wager loses the amount of the points waged, while the winning team gains the amount of the points waged.

 Examples:
A three movie clue is read, team A chooses to bet 5 points.† Team B accepts and† figures out only two movies, and Team A figures out the last one. Team B wins† 8 points (5 from bet, 1 for each title, and 1 for the mashup). Team A loses 5 points, but gains 1 for the last title.

 A two movie clue is read, team A chooses to bet 5 points.† Team B accepts and† figures out only one movie, while Team A figures out the last one and the mashedup title. Team B loses 5 points, but gains 1 for the title. Team A wins 7 points (5 from bet, 1 for title, and 1 for mashup)

What other scoring methods can we use?

†††††††††††† Reverse the game. Instead of reading the plot clue to the other team, a member of your team will: (choose one or more of the following)

 Draw clues to try to get your team to guess the answer (5 minutes per turn)

 Read the answer and your team has to develop their own mashup plot (5 minutes per turn)

†††††††††††† Read limited words on the card (choose one or more of the following)

 Agree before the game starts how many words from the card you are allowed to use.

 Actor names are not allowed to be used.

Iím concerned about replayability.

†††††††††††† The numbers at the bottom of the card are used to create themed decks. We will be posting themes and the numbers that they are a part of. This lets you use a sub-set of the cards you own to come up with a themed game.

†††††††††††† Examples:

 Triple Cards: 6, 72, 136

 Animated: 2, 6, 24, 36, 41, 49, 60, 63, 72, 76, 81, 85, 86, 90, 99, 101, 104, 112, 119, 120, 121, 122, 132, 158†

What are the† numbers on the bottom of the card?