Trivial Pursuit

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Trivial Pursuit is the original general knowledge quiz to test the minds and knowledge of everyone in the family. Use your knowledge or the knowledge of your team to gain six wedges, one of each category in the game, then proceed to the centre of the board, and answer one final question to win Trivial Pursuit. Do you know which US state has the most car owners? Where Beethoven wa…
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Trivial Pursuit is the original general knowledge quiz to test the minds and knowledge of everyone in the family. Use your knowledge or the knowledge of your team to gain six wedges, one of each category in the game, then proceed to the centre of the board, and answer one final question to win Trivial Pursuit.

Do you know which US state has the most car owners? Where Beethoven was born, or what Russian city used to be called St Petersburg or Petrograd? Then perhaps you are the Geography expert and can gain the blue wedge for you or your team.

If you know who played Bret Maverik, or who said; "Give me a couple of pages of the Bible, and I'll give you a picture," or even how many seconds usually elapse before a tape self-destructs in Mission Impossible movies? Then maybe the Entertainment category is your forte.

If those questions stumped you, maybe your area is history. Do you know who is supposed to haunt the White House? Or what date in 44 BCE was Julius Ceasear assassinated? Or if you know where the Royal Military Academy stashed its arsenal before moving to Sandhurst then you could shine as the history expert and race to the finish before anyone else!

Perhaps the arts and literature questions are more in keeping with your intellect? What name is given to a combination of notes played simultaneously? What William Thackeray was made into a film by Stanley Kubrick or even if you know who wrote Goodbye Columbus then now is your time in the Arts and Literature category.

Science and Nature can be tricky for some, but if you know which has a better chance of running you down on land, a crocodile or an alligator, or what the boundary between two air masses is called or even what gas is produced when lightning strikes then go for science and nature.

Sports and Leisure is the last, but certainly not final category in Trivial pursuit. Do you know what record was broken in Oxford, England, in 1954? What the oldest American trophy for competing athletes is?

Trivial Pursuit is the game of general knowledge and a race to the finish using it. Do you have the knowledge that it takes?

Player Count: 2+
Time: 90 Minutes
Age: 12+

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Weight 1.26 kg