Rating: 4.7 Moderate
Popularity:8
Difficulty:Very easy
Year:1981
Players: 2-24 players
Playing time: 90 minutes
Age:12+

Created by: (Uncredited), Scott Abbot, Chris Haney, (Uncredited)

Published by: Diset S. A., Eskifell hf., Hasbro

Alternate Names: Quelques Arpents de Pièges, Remue Méninges, Sabelotodo, Trivial Pursuit: Edition Genus, Trivial Pursuit: Edizione Genus

Description:

Trivial Pursuit is the original trivia game that started it all.

Each player has a circular playing piece with six pie-shaped holes. The goal of the game is to collect a pie in each color. The colors correspond to different question categories.

The board consists of a circular track with spaces in seven different colors. Six of the colors correspond to question categories while the last color gives a new dice roll. Six spaces along the track are "pie spaces", and from these there are "spokes" of track leading to the middle of the board.

Players roll a die and move along the track in any direction they like. When a player stops on a color they get a question of the appropriate category.

If the player answers a question correctly while on a pie space, they get a pie of that color (assuming they don't already have it). A correct answer on another square allows the player to roll again.

Once the player has one pie in each color, she can move along the spokes to the middle of the board to win the game.

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Expansions:
1650 more Questions & Answers for use with Trivial Pursuit: Set I, Group I
1650 more Questions & Answers for use with Trivial Pursuit: Set I, Group II
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Awards:
Mensa Select Winner 1990
Årets Spel Best Family Game Winner 1985

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Components

  • 1 gameboard
  • 432 question-and-answer cards
  • 6 card holders
  • 6 track pawns
  • 6 scoring tokens
  • 36 scoring wedges
  • 1 die

Object of the Game

To be the first player (or team) to fill all six spaces on your Scoring Token with different colored wedges by correctly answering questions. Get back to the center first and answer a final question correctly to win!

Setup

  1. Unwrap the card packs and, facing them the same way, place each deck in its matching card holder as shown.

  2. Each player or team takes an empty scoring token and places it on the center space of the gameboard. …



Components

  • 1 gameboard
  • 300 question-and-answer cards (150 for adults, 150 for kids)
  • 2 card holders
  • 6 scoring tokens
  • 36 scoring wedges
  • 1 die

Object of the Game

To be the first player to fill all six spaces on your Scoring Token with different colored wedges by correctly answering questions. Get back to the center first and answer a final question correctly to win!

The dark blue cards are for players aged 14 or older. The bright blue cards are for younger players. Decide who should play from what deck at the start of the game and always return cards to the appropriate deck. …



Trivial Pursuit Team is played in four rounds. During each round of play, six question cards will be dealt face down alongside the board. Teams take turns choosing a question card, answering and trying to score as many points as possible. The team with the most points, once all question cards have been played, wins.

Components

  • Gameboard
  • 2 movers
  • card holder with stand
  • 12 game packs (360 cards)
  • 30 customizable cards.

Object of the Game

Move the farthest along the path by earning points for answering questions correctly. …



Components

  • Gameboard
  • 200 Question-and-Answer Cards
  • 6 Tokens
  • 36 Scoring Wedges
  • Die

Object of the Game

Be the first player to collect a scoring wedge in all six colors and answer a game-winning question at the hub.

Setup

  • Open the gameboard. Notice that it has 43 spaces arranged in a circular pattern. The space in the center is called the hub. The six straight sections going from the hub to the circle are the spokes.Each space (except the hub) is colored yellow, blue, brown, green, orange or pink. Each color represents one of the categories on the question-and-answer cards. The six spaces at the ends of the spokes are called category headquarters. …




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