Do you really know the classics of the 7th art? The Framed game will allow you to test your knowledge every day with friends or family.
Fellow moviegoers, we may have found your new favorite game. If you have already scoured all the offer in the genre, from PopCorn Garage to Mr.Troove via Trivial Pursuit, here is undoubtedly one that will give you a hard time filming.
Called Framed, this game offers, like Wordle to test your cinema culture in a few images. On the site, available here free of charge, a film is in the spotlight every day. You have 6 chances to find out, thanks to a succession of shots from the footage in question.
We tested it, on Wednesday March 23, and the least we can say is that it is far from being as easy as it looks. On our side, we needed two images to discover the film that hides behind the daily enigma. The only downside is that you have to wait 24 hours before you can play again with an unreleased film.
Note that this nugget is Anglo-Saxon, and that it will therefore be necessary to find the title of the film in the language of Shakespeare. Every day, you can discover your statistics and thus boast or not, with your friends.
Lots of games to discover in the stalls
If you want to add a bit of the 7th art to your next evening with friends, many board games of the genre are available. We obviously think of Faux Culte, which offers to find the films thanks to murderous comments left on the Internet. A fun way to discover or rediscover pop-culture classics.
If you prefer to demonstrate your cinephilia in a more academic way, you can also rush on the Trivial Pursuit refills, dedicated to some of the most iconic sagas in the history of the small and the big screen, such as Friends or Harry Potter.
Alternatively, PopCorn Garage offers a physical edition of its hit online game. From 3 to 6 players, it is possible to complete more than 330 challenges linked to emblematic series of recent years.