Trivial Pursuit 20th Anniversary
Trivial Pursuit 20th Anniversary
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Celebrate all things trivial from the past 20 years with this anniversary edition of Trivial Pursuit. Contains 3,600 all-new questions spanning 1982-2002. Question categories include: Global View, The Written Word, Sound & Screen, Innovations, News and Game Time. Includes game board, special anniversary card dispenser, question and answer cards, 1 die, 6 tokens and 36 scoring wedges. Includes winning question from the Be in the Trivial Pursuit Game contest. For 2-6 adult players. Made in USA.
|Product Length:||3.5 inches|
|Product Width:||11.0 inches|
|Product Height:||15.8 inches|
|Product Weight:||3.81 pounds|
|Package Length:||15.9 inches|
|Package Width:||10.7 inches|
|Package Height:||3.5 inches|
|Package Weight:||3.85 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 125 reviews|
Trivial Pursuit 20th Anniversary Edition, special collector's edition of everyone's favorite trivia game
Includes special anniversary dealer card dispenser
Contains 3,600 all-new questions - that celebrate the people and events from the past 20 years
|Average Customer Review: ( 125 customer reviews )
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74 of 80 found the following review helpful:
Very fun! Oct 06, 2002
I love board games and have always been a big fan of the origianl Trivial Pursuit (though I was never very good at it). These questions are all from the last 20 years, so I thought it would be a cinch! It's STILL challenging, but much more fun for the 20-something crowd. I highly recommend it if you enjoy the other Trivial Pursuit games.
38 of 40 found the following review helpful:
Fun and frustrating Nov 03, 2002
The nostalgia and gathering with friends is what makes this game fun. We had three people playing ranging in age from 32 to 40. We found the questions to be very difficult, and in over 2 hours of play answered no more than 15 questions correctly. The game definitely is not what the product description leads you to believe. However, for some reason I do look forward to playing again!
49 of 55 found the following review helpful:
Listen to the reviews! Oct 29, 2002
Don't do what I did folks. I read the lousy reviews, decided I needed to find out for myself, bought the game that night, and guess what I found out? That I just wasted money! This is NOT your fun, yet challenging trip down memory lane for 20 to 30 year olds like I thought it would be. The questions were impossible to get answers to, took the fun right out of it. The commercial that advertises the game is very misleading; instead of showing pictures of Michael Jordan and Clara Peller, they should be showing the Wall Street Journal and Newsweek Magazine. In fact, this game is ideal for those of you 30somethings that did NOT spend any time watching TV or listening to music when you were growing up. Instead, you were glued to CNN.
73 of 84 found the following review helpful:
Don't listen to the critics, this is a GREAT GAME Nov 12, 2002
By Miguel Acuna
I had read many reviews of this game and was very scared to buy it, although I was a fan of the original. However, never being one to listen to public opinion, I decided to get it and see for myself. Honestly, I couldn't have been more content with my decision. This was and still is a great game. People wrote reviews saying things like "the questions were too hard or about subjects no one knew anything about." But, would you rather the questions be too easy? I remember playing the orignal when I was 10 and some of the questions no one knew and were hard, but that's how it was supposed to be. They are supposed to be hard questions, if the game was easy, it wouldn't be any fun. I am not a genius (nor is my sister, with whom I played the game with), but we enjoyed and loved this game greatly. It took about an hour to play. I am 19 and she is 23. The questions are simply about TRIVIA, it does not matter if you didn't finish high school or are a harvard graduate. If you have paid any attention to the last 20 years and have picked up some trivial information here and there (for ex: What is the name of marvel comic's foursome who reside in the Baxter Building?), then you are well equipped and will enjoy this game as well. If not, then by all means return it. But give it a chance.
23 of 24 found the following review helpful:
Loved it! Jan 17, 2003
As someone who dreaded playing the original Trivial Pursuit, I wasn't too thrilled when I got the 20th edition for Christmas. I played it with my husband, sister and brother-in-law. Usually when we play Trivial Pursuit my sister and husband kick butt while me and my brother in law watch TV and pretend to play the game because we know none of the answers. Well, with the 20th edition my brother in law won in about an hour and I came in second place. With the old Trivial Pursuit we never finished a game becasue it took forever. Needless to say we found this edition to be much easier than the old one. We have played with 20, 30 and 50 year olds. The older generation didn't like it as much, but the 20 and 30 year olds loved it. I agree that the board is much cheaper, and we don't even use our dispenser, just pass out a stack of cards to each person, but we really enjoy the questions.
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