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Goth Trivia Board Game


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  • Goth:The Game of Horror Trivia is suitable for 3 or more players
  • ages 13 and up
  • playing time 15 to 30 minutes.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 10.5 x 2.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000068WMG
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 13 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,362 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
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If you dare, delve into a little morbid, graveyard fun with Goth: The Game of Horror Trivia. Test your store of ghoulish knowledge in categories like Movie Mayhem, Music Macabre, Bloody Tales and Poetry, and Alchemy and Stiffs. Includes a fun graveyard board, 200 Morbid Trivia cards, 52 tombstones, 4 pawns and 1 die. For 2 or more players. Made in USA.

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There didn't seem to be many current horror movie questions.
Kat
If you are newer to the gothic subculture, then some of the questions might be more difficult, as not very many of them deal with the current scene.
CreepyT
Nick Cave wrote two poetry books published under Henry Rollins publishing company.
Jen

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By "sheridanwilde" on February 26, 2004
It was a nice idea, and the box is very pretty.
Unfortunately the name of the game bears no relation to the subject matter of a good proportion of the questions set. Someone seemed to have a real obsession with 'gansta rappers' and thought that anyone who had been killed was obviously 'goth' even if there was no corrolation whatsoever.
Because of this I think their markets are going to be severely mismatched - the people who buy this game are going to have no interest in half the questions and those who would have been interested in the questions won't pick up the game in the first place.
A real shame - not least because now no-one else can do the job properly, because the name has already been associated with this missed opportunity.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By CreepyT on March 15, 2004
I bought this game on a whim, and have had fun with it ever since! Think of it as trivial pursuit with gothic-themed questions.
The object of the game is to fill your graveyard plot with 13 tombstones. To get tombstones, simply answer the questions read to you by the "inquisitor." The questions include categories such as morbid movies, "stiffs" (deceased), gothic music, and books. A lot of the movie questions seem to deal with older horror classics including Hammer horror films, and earlier black and white silent pics like the "Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" and "Nosferatu," as well as Vincent Price and Bela Lugosi films. Much of the music questions seem to come from 80's gothic music including Souxsie and the Banshees and some other early punk, metal, and goth bands. Book questions are geared towards Anne Rice, the Marquis de Sade, Edgar Allen Poe, and horror authors such as John Saul.
True, some of the questions are rather random and don't seem very "goth" related, but for the most part they actually do have something to do with the goth subculture, or at least morbid curiosity. If you are newer to the gothic subculture, then some of the questions might be more difficult, as not very many of them deal with the current scene. Newer bands and movies aren't really mentioned. I would have given this game 5 stars if it had slightly more emphasis on the more current trends in all categories, but it still makes for hours of good, clean, creepy fun!
Hint: If you have read "Goth Chic" by Gavin Baddeley, then you should know much of the material presented in this game!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Draconis Blackthorne on June 9, 2005
Time to encapsulate all of that knowledge that has lain dormant in your brain like a stiffened zombie all this time, and resurrect it from its mind-grave to manifest again to your benefit. All that seemingly useless trivia put to use. Here we have six catagories - Music [inclusive of said "Goth", as well as Death Metal and Classical}, HIstory {on such topics as Jack The Ripper, Vlad The Impaler and Elizabeth Bathory, and many more}, Literature {Poe, Stephen King, John Carpenter, Dante, Milton, Rice, and much more}, Art {Dore, Giger, Picasso, Dali, and more}, films & television {Dracula, The Munsters, Addams Family, Dark Shadows, and various obscure horror movies}, Superstitions, legendry, etc.

The board itself is quite fanciful - a graveyard strewn with tombstones - it is up to the player to fill his graveyard section to win the game by answering the most obscure questions correctly. The tokens themselves are enscribed with fanciful depictions of bats and skulls, and the pieces stack like checkers. But don't let the name fool you - there is a myriad of trivia encompassing much more than the mere "Goth" genre, spreading like a black plague through the centuries to necromance true, as well as fictional information from throughout the centuries.

This does certainly provide a delightful extension to the typical trivia game. I believe it would be nicely appreciated by draclings of all ages to form an educational recreation on amusing subject matter that matters to us.

Recommendation: Accompany the game with a skull and candle, alongside brooding background musick relative to the game for optimum effect. You may also wish to employ costumes to preserve that precious Halloween mindset.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kat on June 5, 2011
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I've had this since 2003 (bought for $26). I'm a HUGE horror movie/book fan. So I HAD to have a horror movie trivia game. Unfortunately I don't have anyone to play it with. I did get to play it 2-3 times and pulled out and read most of the trivia cards, and I wasn't impressed. There didn't seem to be many current horror movie questions. A lot of them were about rock & roll and silly things like that. If your looking for a game based solely on horror movies/books. Don't bother with this one. Especially for the $75 its going for right now as I write this.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D. Lock on January 15, 2007
Got this for my cousin for Christmas. She is a big horror movie buff. She absolutely loved it.
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The people complaining about the game not being goth enough are funny to me. As someone who's been involved in goth subculture from a young age, I can say that it's not just about watching and reciting horror movies. This game provides trivia questions for all aspects of goth culture, from music and movies, to real life murders and historical events. If you have knowledge of random facts from the dark side, or it's something you have an interest in, I'd highly recommend this game. Friends and I have had a blast playing!
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