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Trivial Pursuit 25th Anniversary Edition


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  • Celebrating 25 years, Trivial Pursuit presents Trivial Pursuit 25th Anniversary Edition
  • The more challenging the question you answer, the farther you will move along the bonus track
  • The zones along the track let you steal wedges, move opponents' tokens, and more
  • It's a very special anniversary edition with extra options, extra strategy, and extra fun for everyone.
  • Perfect party game for 2 to 36 people or teams
  • For the first time ever, Trivial Pursuit cards cover one topic with three question levels: easy, medium, and hard
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 10.6 x 10.6 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0017S1Y4A
  • Item model number: 44951
  • Our recommended age: 8 - 15 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,766 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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From the Manufacturer

Celebrating 25 years, Trivial Pursuit presents Trivial Pursuit 25th Anniversary Edition. For the first time ever, Trivial Pursuit cards cover one topic with three question levels: easy, medium, and hard. The more challenging the question you answer, the farther you will move along the bonus track. And that's not all. The zones along the track let you steal wedges, move opponents' tokens, and more. It's a very special anniversary edition with extra options, extra strategy, and extra fun for everyone. It includes game board, 432 question-and-answer cards, 6 card holders, 6 scoring tokens, 6 track pawns, 36 scoring wedges, die and instructions. For 2 to 36 players, ages 12 and up.

Product Description

Introducing the most inclusive Trivial Pursuit ever. With three different levels of difficulty -- easy, medium and hard -- everyone has a chance to succeed. Plus, the all-new game board has been redesigned to enhance game play and allow for more wedge questions. For two or more players.

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Customer Reviews

I would recommend this product for family game nights.
Gabriel M Martinez
So once you do one question on the card, you have to go to the next card, because all the answers are the same.
Bracha
Love the easy, medium, hard question feature which allowed all trivial-skill levels to play.
D. A. Gunderson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

76 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Peterack VINE VOICE on December 26, 2008
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I have love T.P. since it came out in the 1980's. I still have my original, but was happy to update my game with this. Not only do the added levels make this fun, it also allows for my kids to play (with different answer levels we can keep theirs on an easier plane).
My biggest problem is the incorrect answers. We have only played this with the family twice (one session lasted 8 hours...because we did not put in a time limit) the other about 3. Both times we came across questions whose printed answers were incorrect.
For example...History: 5/6 (on difficulty level) "Who was pope immediately prior to John Paul II?" They provide the answer as "Pope Paul VI"...but lest we forget there was a Pope John Paul I who served for about one month as pope after Paul VI,but died in his sleep bringing forth John Paul II. So JP I is the correct answer.
So, as long as you do not mind having a laptop at the ready to double check things like this...or marking up your cards with the correct answers...you will have some fun with this.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By lalalanilu on January 12, 2009
Love this game! The 25th Anniversary Edition is all the fun of the original Genus version with added play dimension. As players move thier pie shells around the board, answering questions to collect wedges, they also move a second little figure around the perimeter zones. These zones can let you move one player's pie shell anywhere on the board, or allow one to challenge an opponant to a speed question, with the possibility of winning a wedge or causing the other player to lose a turn. Another cool feature: since this edition has questions of varying difficulty on the same subject printed on every card, it is easy to play with a beginer or a child without "dumbing" the game down for experienced adults. Buy this game now!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By L. Boston on May 31, 2010
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Simply stated, this game was very poorly put together. There were several typos, questions were often worded poorly, and some of the "facts" were just plain WRONG. For example, there was a question referring to the atomic bomb dropped over Nagasaki. The card stated that the name of the bomb was "Fat Boy," when the correct answer should have been "Fat Man." I did like the idea of six levels of difficulty for each question, but the question writers for this game didn't exactly stick with this concept. One of the HIGHER level questions actually asked me "What d-word is used to describe the bouncing of a basketball?" Really?? I didn't know this game was meant for 2nd graders. So, overall, I was VERY disappointed with this game. It seems to me, seeing as how this is an anniversary edition, they could have hired people to fact check and spell check all the questions, rather than just throwing this thing together.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By D. A. Gunderson on December 12, 2008
We always play Trivial Pursuit at Thanksgiving with our family and have tried many of the versions and found this one went over very well. Love the easy, medium, hard question feature which allowed all trivial-skill levels to play. Everyone had fun and we'll play it again.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By tmiller9682 on July 27, 2010
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The Trivial Pursuit genre has stepped backwards with this one... not only is the redesigned board completely lacking in the elegance of the earlier versions, but what they did to the questions caused more problems than they solved. While I sympathize with the need to have easier and harder questions, constantly passing the six packs of cards around leads to messes- and, because there are so few cards for each category of question, in just a few games, we find ourselves repeating the questions! Also, how they sorted the questions into easy, medium, and hard is a little bizzairre sometimes. There are quite a few cards where "hard" is much easier than "easy" questions.

I bought this because I was sick of answering questions from the 70s (Idi Amin and Charles Lindberg's baby are the answers to half of the history questions), but I'm not sure it was worth it. The silly moving the token around the exterior ring, while it adds a new action to the game, doesn't seem to improve the gameplay.

If I could trade this in on a few new boxes of the old-style question cards with one question from each category on each card, with a few hundred cards in each box like they always had, I'd jump at the chance.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Stab 329 on January 14, 2010
I love Trivial Pursuit in general. This product is about as awful as Trivial Pursuit can be. My girlfriend and I have played it many times and never finish without frustration. I am interrupting a game of it right now to register my frustration. We just had a question asking which Peter Sellers' Inspector Cluseau movie did not have "Pink Pather" in the title. I know well that the answer is "A Shot In the Dark". I love that movie. The card lists the answer as "The Wrong Box"... that is just plain incorrect. Look up the movies on [...] for yourself. "The Wrong Box" is not an Inspector Cluseau movie, Peter Sellers isn't even in it.

Some of the "hard" questions are rather easy, I remember one game asking who Bill Clinton's main 1996 opponent was in the U.S. presidential election. This should not be a hard question for anyone who was at least 10 years old at the time.

We just had a question in the "Sports and Leisure" category asking which kind of pigeon is now extinct. How is this "Sports & Leisure" rather than "Science and NATURE"????!! I recognize birdwatching is a hobby, but, come on.

I love the review which declares this product a "Steaming Turd", it's an embarassment.

Save your money and watch "Jeopardy" instead.
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