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Trivial Pursuit Family Edition Game
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- High quality toys for children all ages
- Made using safe materials
- Tested for quality and durability
- Trivial Pursuit Family Edition game has questions for kids and for adults
- 1,200 questions
- Quicker pace
- Play individually or in teams
- Includes gameboard, 100 blue cards for adults, 100 yellow cards for kids, 2 cardholders, 6 scoring tokens, 36 scoring wedges, die and instructions
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With cards for kids and adults, the whole family can get a kick out of this fun-filled Family Edition of Trivial Pursuit! Family members of all ages can test their smarts with question after question in 6 categories. The game's fresh questions and faster pace make for quick-play trivia, and with 1,200 questions (600 for adults, 600 for kids) you'll never run out of the learning, laughing fun in Trivial Pursuit Family Edition! Trivial Pursuit and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
Top Customer Reviews
The boys got this for Christmas, and we've played it several times. The kid's questions are easy enough that our six year old has a fair chance of winning, while the adult questions are hard enough to give the kids a good chance.
My two daughters (first and fourth grade) even play it together.
The questions are elementary school-friendly, but are challenging for as high as high school.
Example questions are:
Which pop singer calls her fans "little monsters"?
Which Greek's body was invincible, except for his foot?
What is the everyday name for sodium chloride?
The game follows the classic Trivial Pursuit fashion. You move your empty pie around the board, collecting different colored wedges.
Other than that, there was a pretty good mix of questions, and the game play is the same as with other Trivial Pursuit versions.