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Trivial Pursuit, Steal Card Game
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- TRIVIAL PURSUIT STEAL is the perfect trivia game if you have just 15 minutes to spare.
- This fast-paced game is the first ever Trivial Pursuit card game.
- Combines questions and answers with the strategy of winning your wedges by stealing your opponents'.
- Provide something for everyone!
- All in a quick-play card game.
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The game is entirely made up of cards. You have a hand of seven cards each with a wedge on it. On your play, you draw a card, then choose one to play. In order to collect a wedge card, you play the color wedge card you are trying to collect and someone asks you a question from the category. If you answer correctly, you collect the wedge. The game is given a twist when opponents can steal each other's wedges and use then to complete their hand of wedges.
The "steal" side of this game makes the game go by rather quickly in smaller groups. Steal cards are available in the draw deck as are blocking cards. The downside is that if you draw enough steal cards, you really don't have to master any trivia questions to win. Players can just steal others wedges. I'm sort of competitive so I'm not a big fan of this. It is a trivia game, after all.
Good for car rides and for a quick round of trivia. I like the game and I am glad I purchased it.
However, they added a few things in to make this a card game that really ruined it in my opinion. First, there are Steal, Double Steal, and Block cards. These allow you to take cards from other players (the cards that would represent the colored wedges in the board game). Since you take out the wedge cards to represent which categories you have "won", if you are playing with more than two people, you get to the point where you have to reshuffle the remaining cards (and you always have at least 5 cards in your hand, which takes even more cards out).
Once this reshuffle happens, you tend to end up with mostly Steals and Double Steals. This means that the game is often won because of these cards - not because of skill. Case in point: my husband and I played with our 5 year old (who answered only one question correctly, with a lot of help), and he ended up winning because of the Steal Cards.
My other gripe (and this applies to all Trivial Pursuit games) is that often, the questions on the cards seem to bear NO relation to the category they are in.
If you play this game, as we are doing from now on, I would recommend removing some, if not all, of the Steal, Double Steal, and Block cards.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fun to play. Fast paced and easy enough for trivia lovers to play when you don't have the time or feel like breaking out the whole board game. Read morePublished 3 months ago by KettlePot
When i was a child my grandfather used to have these trivia cards and questioned me and my sisters on various topics. I'm trying to continue that tradition.Published 4 months ago by Cindy
Fun and quick game! We learn something new each time we play. Way more fun than original Trivial Pursuit. Great for 2 players too.Published 6 months ago by Erin
I've been hearing about this game for years, and have finally gone ahead and bought it. Lots of fun, and a good challenge. My wife and I love it!Published 17 months ago by Link
We bought these for Halloween. We don't think it is fare to pass candy out to teenagers who don't dress up so we bought the cards to quiz them if they wanted candy. Read morePublished 18 months ago by naserone
I really like the game but it definitely is Canada centric. My American friends became frustrated. I don't know if we'll play it again. I would really like an American version.Published 18 months ago by Dobie
"Who was Canada's first female Governor General?" Got me, I thought there was the Queen, and a Prime Minister, never heard of a Canadian Governor General. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Christine