Trivial Pursuit Classic Edition - 2,400 Trivia Questions - 2 to 6 Players - Adult Board Games - Ages 16+
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- Features classic Trivial Pursuit gameplay
- 2,400 trivia questions from traditional game categories
- Collect 6 wedges and answer final question to win
- Includes classic looking gameboard
- Includes : Gameboard, 400 cards, die, 6 holders, 36 wedges & instructions
- Ideal For: Christmas Presents, Family games night, birthday presents, kids parties, holiday entertainment, wet weather days, camping, gifts, special treats
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" Trivial Pursuit Classic Edition Gather friends and family to play the trivia game that started it all! The Trivial Pursuit Classic Edition game features the classic gameplay that you know and love. Great for game night, this game contains 2,400 questions in 6 categories. Show Off Your Knowledge This edition of the Trivial Pursuit game might remind players of the original version from the 1980s. Players move around the board answering questions from 6 categories including Geography, Entertainment, History, Art and Literature, Science and Nature, and Sports and Leisure. When players land on a category headquarters space, they'll earn the corresponding colored wedge if they answer the question correctly. The first player to collect 6 different colored wedges and answer a final question correctly wins! Variety of Trivia Questions Trivial Pursuit Classic Edition game is packed with fun and challenging trivia questions like. ""What is the actual color of the sun?"" ""Which computer company introduced the mouse?"" """"Which craft includes a garter, purl, and stockinette?"" ""In Greek mythology, who is the goddess of wisdom?"" 3 Steps to Winning There are 3 standard steps to winning the game. Each player must make their way around the board, answering questions correctly and collect every color wedge along the way. Then the player works their way back to the central hub. Once there, the player must answer a final question correctly to win. "
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Trivial Pursuit Game: Classic Edition
Gather your friends to play the trivia game that started It all! The Classic Edition of this Trivial Pursuit Game is the same gameplay you know and love, only with a 1980's retro appearance! Featuring classic gameplay and gameboard, this game contains 2,400 questions in 6 categories: Geography, Entertainment, History, Art and Literature, Science and Nature, and Sports and Leisure.
The Classic Edition of this Trivial Pursuit Game is the same gameplay you know and love, only with a 1980's retro appearance!
2,400 trivia questions from traditional game categories.
Collect all Wedges
Players move around the board answering questions. When a player lands on a category space, they'll earn the corresponding colored wedge if they answer the question correctly. The first player to collect 6 different colored wedges and answer a final question correctly wins!
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|# of Players||4+||2 - 6||2 - 6||4+||2 - 6||2+|
|Mode of Play||3||1||1||3||1||1|
|Batteries Required||3 x AA|
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Well, now we've got this newer version and the playing field is finally levelled. And I've thrashed my husband at least 5 times!
It could certainly do with more questions though - there are only 400 cards, so that's 2400 questions in total. We've played it quite a few times and the same questions are now starting to come up again, especially as you can easily get through around half of them in a game with 4 people playing.
Another missed opportunity is the lack of card holders - there are 4 piles of questions which can't be held very securely in the box, so if you put it on its side when storing away, be prepared for a bit of a mess when you open it again! Elastic bands will solve the problem though. But it would have been nice to have something to put them in while playing, instead of passing piles of loose cards around.
The board itself is very plain. The original had nice illustrations in each space covering all the categories but this new version just has plain, solid colours, which is pretty boring in comparison.
Nevertheless, the game is still good fun and I think you'll enjoy it if you're a fan of the original.
My siblings and I are in our late twenties/thirties, and my parents are in their sixties. We all found questions that appealed to us and challenged us. Some very tricky, and enough that were easy and guessable to still make it enjoyable. My mum of course had a moan that there weren't enough classic general knowledge questions in there, and too many questions that "in 20 years time no one will ever know", but she's just grumpy that she lost ;)
I disagree with her – there's plenty here for the whole family, especially if you have an even broader range than us. It's a lovely update, with the same classic styling. Will definitely be getting it back out next Christmas!
The questions seem a bit "dumbed down" compared to the original edition and there are a lot on contemporary pop culture - not so good if you are more into "Clarks" than "Converse" or "Mozart" than "Little Mix" but that means there is something for all ages.
Disappointed in the absence of card holders - which was inconvenient and messy for passing round questions and resulted in the cards showing noticeable wear after the first use.
However, had good fun over Christmas and New Year - once with "aged parents" and once with trendy "D.i.n.k.y's".
An entertaining family activity, which I'm glad I bought..
Loss of one star because of fewer cards and no card holders.
It's a good board game for those who like challenging questions, but if you have children, I would say to buy a family edition or other easy option board game as it could take a very very long time to finish!
a) the board is cheap and less interesting to look at
b) there is only a quarter of the number of questions compared to the old version
c) the question sets were poor
I've run out of steam now. I'm just really, really disappointed that a classic game has been ruined, and then sold for a price far in excess of its true value.
Update: I contacted the retailer FINE SALES INC with the complaint that the game was not described as the American version and they have refunded the purchase price in full.