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TRIVIAL PURSUIT Master Edition

3.6 out of 5 stars 93 customer reviews


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Play the popular trivia game TRIVIAL PURSUIT on Kindle!

In this game, you move your marker around a circular board answering trivia questions and collecting wedges in six categories: Science & Nature, History, Sports & Leisure, Entertainment, Geography, and Art & Literature. To win, you will have to answer questions correctly from the required categories and collect one wedge for each category.

Experience traditional TRIVIAL PURSUIT game play in the classic mode described above, or enjoy the faster paced Pursuit mode in which the board is not circular, but has a start and an end. The winner is the player who can reach the end first by answering the most questions as quickly as possible.

TRIVIAL PURSUIT Master Edition on Kindle features more than 1,500 new questions that will challenge even the savviest player. You don't have to keep the fun to yourself either. While you can play on your own, the Pass 'n' Play feature lets you can challenge a friend so you can play together.

Designed for casual and experienced players alike, TRIVIAL PURSUIT Master is easy to pick up and play whenever you'd like. How fast will you earn your wedges?

Product Details

  • Version: 1.1 (What's new in version 1.1)
  • Release Date: December 19, 2011
  • File Size: 956 kB
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts Inc.
  • Sold by: Electronic Arts, Inc.
  • ASIN: B005O23OZW
  • Publisher License: Read
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 93 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #132,528 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Most of the supposed History questions are about which actors played historical characters. An Arts and Literature question was about which celebrity was on the cover of People's Most Beautiful edition in a given year. Sports and Leisure: which famous actor started out as a skateboarder? A science question was about what a phobia that Johnny Depp suffers from is a fear of... There are very few questions that can't be tied to modern celebrities in some way. I'm very disappointed!
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This is not the same as the game I know and enjoy. The questions in this version appear to be largely entertainment, and recent at that. What a disappointment. After trying the game, I called Amazon and cancelled my order. Unless you are very young and immersed in current popular culture, don't waste your time and money.
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First off, I stink at trivia. This was confirmed when I lost to a single easy computer. This game works well on the kindle and I enjoyed playing it. Games includes 3 modes; Classic: which is your normal trivial pursuit, you can select if you want a computer opponent to play against and their difficulty as well as how many tokens you need to win. Pursuit Mode: which is a single player mode where you try to get from start to finish in the least amount of questions. You can move 1-6 spaces depending on how quickly you answer and even if you get it wrong you still move 1 space. At the end it gives you 1, 2, or 3 stars depending on how many questions you saw. Pass N play is a group mode that you can play with your friends. In pass n play mode you can still select Classic or Pursuit mode.

So now you ask me why did I give a less than perfect score if it was done so well? I have a few complaints that prompted me to give a less than 5-star review. First, when you're playing with a computer opponent there is no way to skip by what the computer is doing. You have to sit their and watch, so when they keep hitting the roll again spaces over and over and over again, it starts to get boring. Having the option to click the next page button to skip the animation would be nice. Second is the dice rolling animation, it takes 4 seconds to roll the dice. This time adds up and unnecessarily adds length to the game play. I want to spend my time playing the game, not watching. One last annoyance, after rolling and you get to select what square you want to go to on the board, the selection process is backwards. It automatically selects one for you, if you want the square that appears to the left you have to hit the right side of the 5-way controller. Overall, If you like trivia this game is worth getting. I would still buy even with the annoyances. Thanks for reading.
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I have always loved this game. I was so glad to see it for the kindle. I think Electronic Arts did a great job with this game. There are 3 modes of play: Classic, Pursuit, and Pass 'N Play.
Classic mode needs no explanation as we all have played it at one time or another. I do like the fact that you can decide if you want to play against the kindle or by yourself. You can also choose how many wedges to be earned (1 - 6) and also if you can earn them only on the "Headquaters" space or on any space you land on. You can choose the strength of the kindle player (easy, medium, hard) and you can even decide if you want to limit the time needed to answer questions by using the timer feature. Kindle will save your game if you should have to stop before finishing it.
Pursuit mode is a quicker way to play. The game board is not round and has a beginning and an end. You are given a set amont of time to answer questions. You can play alone or with the kindle. You earn stars for completing each level. The amount of stars is determined by how many questions it takes to get to the end of the gamne. Kindle also saves your progress in this mode too.
If you choose Pass 'N Play then you can play with another "human" being and you can choose which of the above modes you want to play. The kindle saves your stats except in the pass 'n play mode. You press the jostick to roll the dice and then all your possible moves are indicated by the kindle. You use your joystick to choose which one you want to land on.
All in all it is a good game and I was not disappointed with it. I didn't notice any lagging with the Kindle at all.
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Worst game EVER for Kindle....unless you want the Trivial Pursuit Movie Star edition.....the questions are all about movie and TV stars....what trash!!!
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I never played any of the Trivial board games. Believe me there were allot of different kinds in the 80's. We seemed to read the questions and see who could answer them when we were on the road for vacation. But to sit down and use the board, that was unheard of in our house. So I'm having lots of fun and making up time on it. I also found that I knew a little bit more than I would have said in different categories.
For the people who happen to have 2 kindles and have magazine racks in their bathroom, this is also a good idea because you can stop it and pick it back up later.
I have a vacation coming up with my cousin, I just might see how it works on road trips too.

So glad I found it in the apps store and decided to give it a try.
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