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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.
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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.
Though basically the same idea as the classic Trivial Pursuit, this has been streamlined, with slightly different rules (you no longer have to land on special squares to get pie pieces), which makes this much quicker to play and, honestly, easier, less arcane and more mainstream questions in all categories.
There are two decks. One for adults, and another for kids. Both include all question categories with the kids best suited for 7-13 year olds, with the “adult” version geared towards mid-teens and up.
While I found this less challenging than the classic versions, my husband actually thought it was much improved as he wouldn’t even play the old version with me since I was so much better than he was at it — not a brag, just an admission that I’m filled with utterly useless knowledge — and my son LOVED the kids’ version.
It took us around 35 minutes to complete our first game and my son, the eight year old, actually won, fair and square. (Which thrilled him.)
We initially tried to let our four-year-old play too, just reading all the questions for him, but he quickly got bored. Your mileage may vary there.
All in all, a great family take and modern update on the classic game that’s still one of my favorite-ever board games.
We have also played with age groups ranging from 11 to 50. It is the most fun when there are adults and kids mixed up. We tried it with all adults and it just didn't seem to do as well. But for families with kids/teenagers/young adults/adults, I HIGHLY recommend it!
As a longtime Trivial Pursuit lover, I have MANY different versions of this loved game. Recently, my son has wanted to start playing. Since most of the versions I have are very difficult, he was frustrated by not knowing the info (he's only 9, and I have genus editions).
So, I went looking for a TP we could play together. Enter Family Edition. The questions for him are hard enough to be challenging for him, but he still knows enough of the answers to level the playing field. The only down side is that there aren't any new cards to bulk up the set. We've played it so much we're circling back to questions he's already learned.
As gripes go, that's really minimal. Overall, I'm very happy with this purchase!