Trivial Pursuit Board Game

Trivial Pursuit Game Rules

Trivial Pursuit Instructions / How To Play

Average Price: $30.00
Playing Time: 45 - 60 min.
Ages: 12+
Players: 2 - 6

If you are looking for the original trivia game that started them all, Trivial Pursuit is the right board game for you. The goal of the game is to collect a pie piece for each color or category on the game board. Six different trivial categories will test your knowledge as you make your way around the circular track.

The board game Trivial Pursuit is different in that each player can choose which direction they want to go on the game board to best help them master all categories. This can be a fun game for groups or just a few people trying to test their knowledge; some could call that a “trivial pursuit.”

Object of Trivial Pursuit is to move around the circular track and spokes correctly answering questions, and to collect a wedge for correctly answering a question in each of the six categories you have chosen. To win Trivial Pursuit, a player (or team) returns to the hexagonal hub and correctly answers the game-winning question in a category chosen by the other players.

Trivial Pursuit game board, question and answer cards in 2 card storage boxes, 1 die, 6 tokens, 36 scoring wedges, 1 code card, and the official Trivial Pursuit rules and instructions.

Game Rules:
Please keep in mind that the official Trivial Pursuit rules and instructions could be different depending on the game version you have. The rules below are some of the exact directions that came in the origianl packaging on how to play Trivial Pursuit.

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Leah says:

This game was so fun to play and whoever made it up deserves a trophy!
Brooke says:

I like how trivia pursuit uses a wide variety of subjects or methods for answering a question. I had kind of forgot about this board game so I had to reread through the rules to remember all the specifics about how to play.
Lacy says:

Glad to see the different versions of the game rules. We have an older version that is slightly different and now we have our instructions back. Thanks - we were wanted to learn how to play the right way.
Drake says:

Honestly I've never played this game but from looking at the rules it looks really interesting. I'll have to look into buying this one for our next game night.
Mary Black says:

I would like to know how to get the game pieces for Triva Pusute 1980 Game Thank you Mary Black e-mail
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