The dictionary game, made by those who make games together with those who make dictionaries. Developed in collaboration with Zanichelli, DiLemmi plays with definitions, but does not require any particular knowledge of the Italian language. Inside the game there are 300 cards, most of which offer a series of definitions for semi-unknown words.
One definition only is the right one while others are all false, but plausible, because they are written by dictionary professionals. Will the “Solver” on duty be able to tell the “Sage” (who reads the right definition) from the Charlatans who try to trick him/her with false definitions? But, above all, will “the Solver” be able to recognize the Great Scoundrel among them all?
Zanichelli, Spartaco Albertarelli