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Big Bang Theory Trivia Game
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- Big Bang Theory Game includes Trivia from the show and the characters interests
- Play rounds of Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard and Spock
- Collect a complete set of character cards to win
- 400+ questions
- One of TV's hottest shows
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You don't even start at a particular location. You just grab a character like Sheldon, Leonard, or even the broken elevator, place it randomly on the board, and take turns tossing dice to move around the board also in a random manner. It doesn't matter which way you go. When you land on a FACT of FICTION space you answer a question about a fact in the show, or about a fictional character that was mentioned in the show.
If you answer the question right, you get a character card. When you get all 5 characters, Sheldon, Leonard, Raj, Howard, and Penny you win.
There is this fun aspect that you can take other people's cards. To do so, you land on Rock, Paper, Scissors, Spock, Lizard, and play the game with the opponent of your choice. If you win, you can take one of their cards. The only learning curve for us was trying to remember the if Spock takes scissors or Lizard.
It's FUN! My 10 year old child beat me yesterday. So you can see it's really for all ages as long as they like the Big Bang Theory. If you haven't seen the show, don't buy this. But for fans, it's a blast!
I bet I could beat Will Wheaton. Well... if not me, my 10 year old could for sure!
Furthermore, the game was made in China, and I wouldn't be surprised if the questions were assembled there as well. There were at least two or three blatant typos that we found in the one short game we played. Not just innocent character or two errors, but whole phrases clearly missing such that the sentence made virtually no sense.
The cards have a cheap feel despite it being the "better" 400-card version. The game layout is pretty pointless too, because no matter the roll you can get to just about any type of space you'd like. You may as well just pick whatever card you want and not bother rolling the dice and moving your pieces.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've seen every episode and so I thought it would be fun to play. I was wrong. It was really boring. We tried just asking each other the questions but that wasn't fun either. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by Fairchild 7
You have to be a physicist to play this game. Questions are unbelievably difficult.Published 1 month ago by Michele Gose
Board is flimsy tarp like plastic. We don't even use. He loves the trivia cards though. Was an ok purchasePublished 4 months ago by Mom of 3
Very cheap set up. Not a real board and poorly put together. you get what you pay for.Published 4 months ago by Brian T.
It's a fun game. If you are a serious fan of the show, it's a bit on the easy side. Game board is super flimsy. We taped it to cardboard and it's much better that way.Published 6 months ago by John R