Parker Trivial Pursuit 1980s Reviews
Product Type: Parker board games
Description:Brand: Parker / Over 300 questions covering news, entertainment, people and personalities, music and music makers, ... more
Newest Review: ... ones, and the minimum age suggested is 8 years old. Other than that the game is similar to the normal Trivial Pursuit. It ... more
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TRIVIAL PURSUIT 1980'S
THIS IS A 1980'S THEMED TRIVIAL PURSUIT WITH 300 QUESTIONS COVERI ...
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Customer Parker Trivial Pursuit 1980s Reviews (2)
by - written on 12/06/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
This review is for Trivial Pursuit Family Edition. Trivial Pursuit is truly a family game, the box lists it playable for 2-36 players, allowing 6 players per team. The family edition includes 2 sets of questions, one for adults and one for juniors. The junior quiz may still present challenges for younger ones, and the minimum age suggested is 8 years old. Other than that the game is similar to the normal Trivial Pursuit. It contains 2,400 questions and answers, the objectives are the same, as far as i know the categories are the same. Trivial Pursuit is a game which requires great knowledge, and most likely even adults will find ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/09, updated on 09/05/10 (Very useful, 163 readings)
Back in the 1980s when Trivial Pursuit was growing in popularity my godmother used to work in a shop which sold games. From time to time parents would come into the shop and purchase the Genus edition of Trivial Pursuit for little Johnny or little Jenny who was aged around 10. My godmother and her colleagues would cast a dubious look at the said parents and inform them that the questions in the game might be a little difficult for the darling child. The majority of the parents would respond with "But little Johnny / Jenny's so clever for their age. His / her general knowledge is really good." On a number of occasions these parents returned to the shop and asked Read the complete review
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