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This family learning game features two sets of questions, letting grownups and kids compete equally. It challenges players to draw on their knowledge base for answers.
The Game of Knowledge, which sports Trivial Pursuit-like design and directions, is stuffed with more than 1,500 brain-boggling questions and two sets of cards so that the whole family can play together: one set is for players ages 10 to 15; the other is for ages 16 and older. The goal is to answer one question correctly from each of six categories--Our World, Science, Nature, Sports, Media, and Fame--to earn six colored rings. The catch is that players can only collect rings if they answer questions correctly while positioned on one of the six Knowledge Bases.
The degree of difficulty between the sets of cards is slim enough to accommodate youngsters who want to challenge themselves by answering the questions meant for older players. "Which of these structures is tallest: the Eiffel Tower, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, or the Statue of Liberty?" If you answered, "the Eiffel Tower" (1,056 feet), you are correct. (By the way, parents, that was a children's question.) Here's one for adults: "Which epic poem tells of Odysseus' return to his homeland after the Trojan War: The Aeneid, The Iliad, or The Odyssey?" Your high-school English teacher is sighing in relief if you answered, "The Odyssey." --Cate BickSee all Product Description
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Our family just loves this game! It's basically Trivial Pursuit, but unlike Trivial Pursuit, anyone of any age (over 10) can play it. Read morePublished on November 11, 2008 by Chris
Good game. Nice and pretty current. As with any trivia or general knowledge game, you usually either know the question or you don't. Read morePublished on January 6, 2008 by ABC
This game is so much like "Trivial Pursuit", you could use the questions and categories from any of those editions to handicap the game even further. Read morePublished on January 13, 2007 by W. Wiseman
This is a terrific game that preteens and adults can play together! Adult and child questions make it fun for the whole family. Read morePublished on January 23, 2002 by lrstl