With cards for kids and adults, the whole family can get a kick out of this fun-filled Family Edition of Trivial Pursuit! Family members of all ages can test their smarts with question after question in 6 categories. The game's fresh questions and faster pace make for quick-play trivia, and with 1,200 questions (600 for adults, 600 for kids) you'll never run out of the learning, laughing fun in Trivial Pursuit Family Edition! Trivial Pursuit and all related characters are trademarks of Hasbro.
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69 of 70 people found the following review helpful.
A great family-friendly version of Trivial Pursuit
I was a huge fan of Trivial Pursuit back in the 80s, when it came out. Both of my boys like trivia, but there was no way we could play the original version. The questions on the kid's side ask current questions about subjects kids would know, while the adult cards ask questions that are similar to the original version of the game. All of the questions have been updated to include recent current events and world records, though.
The boys got this for Christmas, and we've played it several times. The kid's questions are easy enough that our six year old has a fair chance of winning, while the adult questions are hard enough to give the kids a good chance.
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful.
Family fun night
Great family game. Something for all of us to play. We have enjoyed our family game nights since getting this. Now we can all play the same game instead of have kid games or adult games. Great buy.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful.
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Perfect for our family
By Dever P. Norman
Our two 10-year old daughters now consider this one of their favorite two games (out of many). The questions are varied, and although some of the kids' questions are quite difficult, it offers our kids a real chance to work at something and beat us fairly on our own turf. It's been good for their self-esteem. It's quicker than the edition I'm used to, because there are no specific pie award spots like in the original, so it's possible to get through a game in a reasonable amount of time.