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Trivial Pursuit Card Game

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  • TRIVIAL PURSUIT STEAL is the perfect trivia game if you have just 15 minutes to spare.
  • This fast-paced game is the first ever Trivial Pursuit card game.
  • Combines questions and answers with the strategy of winning your wedges by stealing your opponents?.
  • Provide something for everyone!
  • All in a quick-play card game.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.9 x 3.6 x 5.6 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B0036RRTVW
  • Item model number: 05046
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,053 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
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TRIVIAL PURSUIT STEAL is the perfect trivia game if you have just 15 minutes to spare. This fast-paced game is the first ever Trivial Pursuit card game that combines questions and answers with the strategy of winning your wedges by stealing your opponents’ - all in a quick-play card game.

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Trivial Pursuit Card Game

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Customer Reviews

Gotta love the compactness of this Trivial Pursuit game.
Stephanie Jackson
They could not come up with enough questions to have every question on every card be unique?!
ErikaV
Now it takes up far less room and is a lot more fun to play!
Dawn Gin Master

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By ErikaV on March 3, 2012
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This game is very very fun to play, I almost like it more than the board game. My only gripe with this game, and unfortunately it is a huge gripe, is that there are double and sometimes triple uses of the questions...WTF? Seriously? They could not come up with enough questions to have every question on every card be unique?! It's not like they have the entire Trivial Pursuit archives to choose from right (sarcasm)! I just don't understand this, it really ruins game play too because a double question is easy, you know the answer without having to think about it. Also, this is not my mistake, I didn't reshuffle, we noticed this the first time we played the game on the first pack, there were multiple double uses of questions, same question on two or three different cards!-All decks are the same too because for christmas my sister got this for me and my husband bought it for my mother, when we noticed this we checked both decks and sure enough, duplicate questions in both decks. This is very unfortunate because the game is a blast, just wish they wouldn't have skimmed so much on the content!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By B.C. on February 3, 2012
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Trivial Pursuit is not my game. I spend too many rolls, turns, and wrong answers trying to get on the right square to earn a wedge only to give the wrong answer and have to try again. I NEVER pull the game off the shelf. This card game, however, is a different story. I still don't get the questions right but I can steal cards from my opponent who does get the questions right and I can use a wild to get credit for a particularly difficult subject by answering a subject that is easier for me. With the elimination of all the dice rolling the game proceeds much more quickly making the prospect of playing an entire game less daunting. You could use, with the card game, the question cards from your Trivial Pursuit games if you have special versions. I also like that it takes up so much less shelf space.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Aikman on January 4, 2011
This is a relatively fun game, and if you are a fan of trivial pursuit, you may find it amusing.

However, they added a few things in to make this a card game that really ruined it in my opinion. First, there are Steal, Double Steal, and Block cards. These allow you to take cards from other players (the cards that would represent the colored wedges in the board game). Since you take out the wedge cards to represent which categories you have "won", if you are playing with more than two people, you get to the point where you have to reshuffle the remaining cards (and you always have at least 5 cards in your hand, which takes even more cards out).

Once this reshuffle happens, you tend to end up with mostly Steals and Double Steals. This means that the game is often won because of these cards - not because of skill. Case in point: my husband and I played with our 5 year old (who answered only one question correctly, with a lot of help), and he ended up winning because of the Steal Cards.

My other gripe (and this applies to all Trivial Pursuit games) is that often, the questions on the cards seem to bear NO relation to the category they are in.

If you play this game, as we are doing from now on, I would recommend removing some, if not all, of the Steal, Double Steal, and Block cards.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Nicole_26 on April 29, 2012
My boyfriend and I love Trivial Pursuit, but the board game can take forever. This game is a plus because it can fulfill a craving for the trivia game without taking up your whole afternoon.

The game is entirely made up of cards. You have a hand of seven cards each with a wedge on it. On your play, you draw a card, then choose one to play. In order to collect a wedge card, you play the color wedge card you are trying to collect and someone asks you a question from the category. If you answer correctly, you collect the wedge. The game is given a twist when opponents can steal each other's wedges and use then to complete their hand of wedges.

The "steal" side of this game makes the game go by rather quickly in smaller groups. Steal cards are available in the draw deck as are blocking cards. The downside is that if you draw enough steal cards, you really don't have to master any trivia questions to win. Players can just steal others wedges. I'm sort of competitive so I'm not a big fan of this. It is a trivia game, after all.

Good for car rides and for a quick round of trivia. I like the game and I am glad I purchased it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Hunter King on January 3, 2013
First of all, the questions are horribly miscategorized and overall pretty bad, but the regular version of Trivial Pursuit has this problem as well.

They've found an OK way to squeeze TP into a short playtime, and I think all the mechanics for doing so are OK ideas, but this needed a lot more testing. Stealing is a good way to balance the game (especially with block cards) and keep it competitive, but it gets a bit out of control and can really make the game less about brainpower. The instructions need a lot more clarification. What do I do when all my cards are wedges I've already earned? Do you get to go again after a steal? We found the answer should be "no, your turn ends".

It also needs a lot more cards, as we were running very low on a quick playthrough with 5 people. I could see running low on questions happening very easily. Perhaps they want us to grab from the full game.
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