TRIVIAL PURSUIT: World of Harry Potter Edition
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- 600 questions based on the Harry Potter movies
- Quick to play, easy to store, and convenient to carry
- Play Harry Potter Trivial Pursuit from the car, on family trips, or anywhere!
- First player to answer 12 questions correctly wins!
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Harry Potter fans test their knowledge of the beloved Harry Potter movies with TRIVIAL PURSUIT: World of Harry Potter. This quick-play Trivial Pursuit game can be played on-the-go with its portable wedge holder. The 600 questions range in difficulty levels, so even the expert wizards will be challenged! Six trivia categories include: The Dark Arts, HOGWARTS, Magical Spells & Potions, Magical Objects, Magical People and Animals & Magical Creatures.
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Top Customer Reviews
I have played about 10-15 times since receiving this and have noticed about 10 questions so far where the answer provided was incorrect if you used knowledge from the Books, but correct if you follow the scripts of the films.
Just some words of warning, but overall I have enjoyed playing with other big fans that understand that Hermione did NOT say 'Bombarda!' to break Siruis out and that Neville did NOT give Harry the gillyweed so he could breathe underwater! As long as everyone is on the same page, this game will be tons of fun
There were two trivia games realeased for books one and two, one for each. Those each had twice the cards this set contains. There are 7 books, full to the brim with potential trivia. They really could have done better here. I get that there's less material with the movies, but not this much less.
Additionally, the container could easily have been designed better. There's far too much wiggle room.
If you're collecting, it's a thing... if you really want to play trivia. Well there's not a lot of options but be prepared to feel like you overpaid.
The rules it comes with tell you that pretty much you need to answer two questions right to get a point. So if you get one right, you have to get one more right. Obviously, you can come up with your own rules and I may change that one for a house rule myself.
My only other complaint is that the front of the cards (with the questions) and the back of the cards (with the answers) look virtually identical and it takes a second or two to make sure you put or pull a card on the right side of the deck. This is a minor issue but a slight annoyance nonetheless.
It's structured just live a typical Trivial Pursuit with 6 color-coded categories of questions. From what I can gather, they seem to be primarily movie-based. (I haven't checked to see if there are any where book and movie answers would differ.) I was worried that 100 cards/600 questions wouldn't really be enough questions, but this isn't a problem at all.
Just be aware that this is sort of a travel or compact version of "Trivial Pursuit." That is, there no board or pie/game pieces. It comes with the cards and a color-coded die inside a small pie-shaped box. In the end, I kind of like this aspect because it is portable and takes up so little space. To make it easier to play, I added the pie/game pieces from an old trivial pursuit; I had an extra board, too, but realized it was not really necessary. Best part is that the game pieces I added fit into the pie-shaped box, keeping it compact and organized.