The Great British Taxi Board Game
A board game full of fun and knowledge for all the family.
Based on the working life of a Taxi Driver.
400 history and general knowledge questionsabout Great Britain. The better your knowledge the better your tips.
The opportunity to sound off like a cabbie – talk for 30 seconds on a particular topic.
You decide the duration of the Taxi drivers shift at the outset. The person with the most money at the end of the shift is the winner.
The Great Britain Taxi! Board game is a new game full of fun and knowledge for all the family (12 years +).
Created by a football loving black cab driver, the original editions of ‘The Taxi Board Game’ were first piloted in Edinburgh and Glasgow, outselling Monopoly and Trivial Pursuit in major stores throughout Scotland. With new features and a redesigned board, the Great Britain edition was launched in October 2018.
Taxi Board Game contains 400 history and general knowledge questions about Great Britain, and just like driving a taxi, the better your knowledge, the better the tips, the more you earn. When your fare ends, answer a question on Great Britain to gain a tip.
Taxi drivers have an opinion on every subject, land on one of the ‘Sound-Off’ squares and it’s your turn to sound-off like a cabbie. The ‘Sound-Off’ cards contain a hundred varied topics. On being told the ‘Sound-Off subject’, you have 30 seconds to mention as many of the six key words printed on the card. Every key word you mention increases your takings.
Driving a shift in a taxi is a combination of luck and knowledge, turn left you may get a £5 fare, turn right and you could get a £40 tour. This is reflected in the ‘Taxi Board Game’ by the ‘Give or Take’ squares. Keep the card for yourself or pass it to a fellow player. Is your luck in? The winner is the player who has earned the most money at the end of the agreed shift time, e.g. 1 hour or 90 minutes.
Samples of the 400 Questions
£2 Tip: Guess who I’ve had in my cab? Born in 1960, this former 2001 Celebrity Big Brother contestant was a presenter on the BBC children’s TV show Blue Peter from 1992 until 1994.
A: Anthea Turner.
£4 Tip: In what year in the 1980’s did “The Great Storm” devastate parts of southern Britain?
A: 1987 (16 October 1987).
1 x Game Board
1 x dice
200 x Question Cards (containing 500 questions)
25 x Give or Take Cards
£800 in various denominations of Cash
100 Sound-Off Cards
4 x Taxi counters
4 x Bankrupt Tokens
1 x Sound-Off Timer.
|Dimensions||27 × 27 × 5.5 cm|