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Trivial Pursuit: 20th Anniversary Edition
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In 1982, the Trivial Pursuit game started a revolution, creating a phenomenon of adults playing games socially together. Twenty years later, the game that continues to bring adults together celebrates its heritage with a special anniversary edition that captures subject matter from 1982 to 2002.
In the Trivial Pursuit 20th Anniversary Edition game, players will be challenged to recall people, places and events that have made up the last 20 years. The 3,600 new questions will be divided into six new categories: Global View, Sound & Screen, News, The Written Word, Innovations and Game Time.
The game play remains the same with players vying to collect all six pie wedges and answer the final question first. In celebration of the Trivial Pursuit game's 20th anniversary, the game comes with a deluxe card dispenser available exclusively in this limited edition.
Average Rating: 2 in 1 review
Years of struggling to answer questions in the original Trivial Pursuit games made me feel really dumb, and no one would play with me for that same reason. So here's a Trivial Pursuit with information pulled only from the last 20 years. I've been alive for the last twenty years, so this must be easier, right? Wrong.
Again I can get no one to play this game with me, because everyone feels like they don't know anything. This is the Jeopardy of the board game world. It's not so easy to play yourself, but amazing when you see a real master at work. Well, unless you're Ken Jennings this edition of the classic is just as difficult as the original.
I gave this game 2 stars because, even though I miss a lot of questions, I do like trivia. Also the card dispenser is pretty groovy, it kind of looks like what Vegas blackjack dealers pull cards from.