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Trivial Pursuit: Totally 80s

by Hasbro

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  • 2400 trivia questions in six categories
  • Cool retro packaging and questions written in a flashback tone
  • Includes 4 collectible tokens based on 80's icons
  • For 2 to 4 players or teams.
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From the Manufacturer

Rewind the decade of yuppies, big hair and break dancing! Play the popular trivia game's 80s edition, with cool retro packaging and questions written in a flashback tone! There are 2400 trivia questions in six categories to take you back to that colorful decade! Game includes 4 collectible tokens based on 80s icons.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 3 x 11 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000BNJITU
  • Item model number: 44230
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,188 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Anyway, if you were a child of the 80's it might be fun for a little bit.
Jomama
My wife purchased this game for me as a Christmas gift, and we've both enjoyed re-living the great decade of the 80s.
Jeffrey T. Munson
I love trivia games and trivial pursuit in particular, but this version is a great addition.
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Dorrie Wheeler on December 7, 2006
The 80s were such a fun and visual decade, it would have been nice if this game had an audio or visual component. A DVD would have been nice. Even if they didn't go the DVD route, if there were cards with pictures and a person had to name the item on the picture (like say a Rubik's cube) that would have been nice.

This is not the only 80s related game on the market. There is "The 80s Game," "Vh-1/Targets We Are The 80s" board game and "Name That Tune 80s Edition."

How does Trivial Pursuit 80s Edition measure up?

The game is nice. When you open the box you find the neatly folded game board. There are four player pieces--a care bear looking bear, a personal computer, a CD and a Trapper Keeper. There is also one die and the other small pieces used with the board game.

Four sets of trivia cards are included. The question categories include Headlines, TV, Movies, Music, Sports & Leisure, and Wild Card.

I will say the questions are better than they are in the I Love The 80s Game. The questions are challenging and varied in nature.

Here are a few sample questions-

"What British hair band topped the chart only one time with "Here I Go Again?" (music)

"What Aaron Spelling show was slated to star Bette Davis in her first weekly series until she took ill and was replaced by Anne Baxter?" (TV)

"What former Speaker of the House cashed in on his celebrity by appearing in ads for American Express and Miller Light?" (WC)

The game also comes with a travel game. The travel game features questions from Trivial Pursuit volume 6 which isn't 80s related.

In the age of Scene It, Trivial Pursuit 80s Edition is essentially another board game--except with 80s related questions.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Janet Boyer HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on December 28, 2006
As Christmas was fast approaching, I hinted rather forcefully to my husband, expressing my great desire for owning Trivial Pursuit Totally 80's. To my great delight, he got it for me as a present. YAY!

But what good is it to have a game and no one to play with? See, I tend to clean up when it comes to Trivial Pursuit Genus Edition and, alas, no one will play with me! However, my husband agreed that he would, indeed, play the 80's version with me, especially since we were in the midst of this glorious decade from the ages of 10-19.

Can you believe that my rascally husband beat the pants off me the first time we played it?! The reason I mention this is because I feel that the 80's version of Trivial Pursuit will appeal to anyone who loves the decade of decadence, even if they aren't trivia (or board game) enthusiasts like my husband.

Not surprisingly, the packaging is excessive: rather than include the four stacks of cards in the questions box, they are individually nestled. There are four decorative game pieces straight from the 80's: a caramel colored Care Bear with a red and pink heart on its stomach, an old fashioned computer, a CD, and a purple Mead Trapper Keeper (OMG, remember those?!). The board is formatted like the Genus Edition, except this one has wild fluorescent colors and different categories. Game play, however, is exactly the same: work your way around the six category "stations" to earn colored "pie slices", then enter the center hub on an exact count--answering, correctly, a question chosen from the category of the opponents choice.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By M. otting on January 9, 2007
From the outside of the box I assumed it was going to be an 80s pop culture trivia. I tried to play it with 3 other people (all of which were children in the eighties) and the questions were very hard. I think if you were an adult in the 80s this is perfect, but if you grew up at that time this is not for you.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 9, 2007
I love trivia games and trivial pursuit in particular, but this version is a great addition. I wasnt fond of the DVD versions and The prior 80's version released in the 90's sucked, but this one is AWESOME!!!!

We got it for Christmas and played 4 times between Christmas and new year and the new game pieces for this version are a brilliant addition.

LOVE IT!!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A mom of twins on January 11, 2007
This game is much tougher than I expected! I loved the "I Love the 80s" series on VH1 and thought this would be similar. It had less of the pop-culture stuff I remember and more questions about stuff I considered "boring" as a teen growing up during that era (I graduated high school in 1984).
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lisa M. Foxx on January 9, 2007
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If you are a huge fan of the 80's, or were there, this is the game for you!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Caltam on January 15, 2007
This game is fun the first time played but if you go through a lot of the questions (only 1 box), the next time around answers are remembered. The Historical questions are good, the TV ones great for me but a lot from the same types of shows (Dallas, Knots Landing, etc.), and all in all a good time for laughs and memories but not much more. Oh Yeah, and the music questions have some artists categorized wrong...Cindi Lauper as Hard Rock?? Come on!
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Mahoney on April 6, 2007
I am 33 and am a total 80's freak. I think 80's and I think trends in music, movies, television, clothing, fads, toys & entertainment.

I don't remember anything about politics or the news or newspaper headlines or what was going on in Bosnia at the time. I was a KID!

This game is geared towards adults in the 80's. My parents will love it. They are in their 50's.

The 3 questions I got right in the whole game had easy answers, too easy. Nothing fun.

Oh, and the tv and movie questions are always asking who the actor/actress name is, not their character, who we all remember. I don't know Angela's mom's real name, from Whose The Boss, but it took a minute for me to remember her name on the show is Mona. THAT should have been the question. Not her real name. Who knows that??? probably my dad!
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