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While usually video games dominate that time, sometimes you just wanna do something mindless or fun. dice and chips game he loves. mini bowling set (table top bowling set. scratch’n'play trivial pursuit (one of those mini books you find at airports and Barnes and Noble). and I’ve largely helped him annoy the rest of his shop with plastic ball shooters and sticky hand whips which I think I forgot to list in previous boxes. plastic ball shooter gun for the annoying kid in everyone. Did I mention he loves dollar store toys. When he’s home is non stop WII bowling and street fighter battles (which I always win. dollar store). I swear) So since we can’t battle royale in the living room with a cup of sailor and coke for another few months I figured I’d send him a bit of fun to have on the ship…. nutella snack pack. Anyway, here are the contents of this box:. Mediterranean olives pack (Cost Plus world market again with awesome prepackaged food).

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Sep 27, 2013 by ginger | Posted in Board Games

how many hours should a game night with friends last?

how many hours should a game night with friends last? Whoa Chris 20-30hrs never in this lifetime. I think I will go for the 2-hrs Thanks Adam

It really depends. Trivial Pursuit can last pretty long, trying to collect the pie pieces and all. I'd say 2-4 hours depending on the game.

| Sep 27, 2013
Chris | Sep 27, 2013
As many as you want. me and my friends have pulled multiple 20-30 hour gaming sessions with each of us taking little naps inbetween at either my apartment or my friends who lives in the same complex
Tyler | Sep 27, 2013
I'd think an hour and a half would be good any more then that is over kill. Maybe invite them over an hour and a half before dinner and have dinner
Ishtar | Sep 30, 2013
As long as everybody is having fun and hasn't fallen asleep on the gaming table. It's completely up to the people involved.
Sep 26, 2013 by Unreal Complex | Posted in Nintendo Wii

What are your favorite Wii or Wii U games?

My favourite Wii games are... Little King's Story Ghost Squad No More Heroes de Blob a boy and his blob New Super Mario Bros Boom Blox Super Mario Galaxy Links Crossbow Training MadWorld Ju-On:The Grudge Resident Evil 4 Excite Truck Mario Kart Zack & Wiki Big Brain Academy Trivial Pursuit Endless Ocean

| Sep 25, 2013

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96 pages

Trivial Pursuit Scratch & Play #1

Creator: Sterling Publishing Company | Games - 2007-10-01

Simply guess again and rub off another circle. The faster you pick correctly, the faster you rack up points. Best of all, you can either play alone or test yourself against someone else who also has the book.

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company

About this book
Sterling’s successful Scratch & Solve® series has proven enormously popular, with Hangman selling over 400,000 copies to date. Now, fans of TRIVIAL PURSUIT® get their chance to improve their skills anywhere, anytime, with any number of people.It’s simple: read the question, choose an answer, scratch off the circle next to that response, and see if you’re right. And if not? Don’t worry, because unlike other puzzle and game books, the fun’s not over yet. Simply guess again and rub off another circle. The faster you pick correctly, the faster you rack up points. Best of all, you can either play alone or test yourself against someone else who also has the book.  

245 pages

The Game Makers, The Story of Parker Brothers from Tiddledy Winks to Trivial Pursuit

Creator: Philip Orbanes | Business & Economics - 2004

Presents a history of the toy industry, from the birth of board games with George S. Parker to how his successors built a family business empire and helped shape American culture.

Publisher: Harvard Business Press

About this book
The Monopoly game, Trivial Pursuit, Clue, Boggle, and Risk are more than games-they're part of Americana. All of these games were published by one company, Parker Brothers, which began as a dream inside the mind of a sixteen-year-old boy, over one hundred years ago. InThe Game Makers, industry expert Phil Orbanes reveals how, by adhering to the principles of its founder, Parker Brothers rose to prominence, overcame obstacles, and forged lasting success. Orbanes, a game historian and former executive at Parker Brothers, draws from company archives, interviews with surviving family members, and the newly discovered records of founder George Parker to tell a story rich in examples of business acumen that spans world wars, family tragedy, the Great Depression, and global competition. Pairing Parker's enduring business lessons with little-known historical anecdotes, Orbanes reveals the often whimsical origin of classic games-Tiddledy Winks, Monopoly, Nerf, Sorry!, the modern jigsaw puzzle, and more-and how Parker Brothers turned them into cultural icons. Engaging and insightful,The Game Makersexplains the rules that popularized the games we play and reveals the people who built an American business empire. "From one who loves games:The Game Makersis a real page-turner. Nobody knows the subject matter better than Phil Orbanes, and it shows. A most compelling read." -Wink Martindale, host,Music of Your Life, and veteran host for award-winning game shows such asCan You Top This,Tic-Tac-Dough, andTrivial Pursuit. "Phil Orbanes is a gifted chronicler. He serves up a tantalizing tale of fast-paced competition, drama, risk, eccentric personalities, and strategy, in one of the world's most competitive industries. The reader wins!" -Richard C. Levy, Author,The Toy and Game Inventor's Handbook "In this deeply researched look at the evolution of business practices within the world of 'game makers,' Phil Orbanes takes readers on a journey in which they will happily recall the joyful hours spent playing the games that rolled off the presses at Parker Brothers." -John J. Fox, Professor Emeritus, Department of History, Salem State College "A classic tale of American entrepreneurship,The Game Makersis a detailed study of successful business expansion and an insider's view of the cultural conflict between a corporate parent and its prize acquisition. This history of Parker Brothers offers something of interest to any serious student of American business practices." -Linda M. Lemiesz, Ph.D., Dean of Students, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Arts "I thoroughly enjoyed Phil Orbanes's journey through the history of Parker Brothers. Enjoyable and informative,The Game Makersis a fascinating account of how one individual's strength of character-or weakness-exerted a significant influence over a company's fortunes." -Ralph H. Baer, Toy and Game Inventor, and Father of Video Games

96 pages

Trivial Pursuit Sudoku

Creator: Frank Longo | Games - 2007-11-01

This smart hybrid of trivia and sudoku comes to us courtesy of Frank Longo, who’s simply one of the world’s best-puzzle authors in the business.

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company

About this book
The super-successful board game meets the hottest puzzles around, and the result is a fun new challenge for solvers. This smart hybrid of trivia and sudoku comes to us courtesy of Frank Longo, who’s simply one of the world’s best-puzzle authors in the business. Regular 9 x 9 grids adorn each page, but like wordoku the puzzles use letters instead of numbers. The twist is above the grid - an official 'Trivial Pursuit' question whose answer is revealed only when the puzzle is solved. It’s a challenge no sudoku fan could resist!

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  • Hasbro

    Trivial Pursuit Master Edition

    Toy (Hasbro)
    List Price: $39.99

    With classic Trivial Pursuit game play and a timer to keep up the pace!
    Provide something for everyone!
    TRIVIAL PURSUIT MASTER EDITION is for the trivia buff who loves to show off how smart they are!
    The race is on to find the Trivial Pursuit master!
    This edition includes 3,000 all-new questions that will challenge even the savviest Trivial Pursuit player.

  • Hasbro Games

    Trivial Pursuit Party Game

    Toy (Hasbro Games)
    List Price: $21.99

    Wedges Wild spaces mean you can choose your own category
    Win a wedge on any space
    Includes 1,200 questions in 6 categories
    New version of Trivial Pursuit features faster gameplay
    You can Ask a Friend if you can't come up with an answer, and you both get a wedge if they're right

  • Hasbro

    Trivial Pursuit Bet You Know It

    Toy (Hasbro)
    List Price: $29.99

    Provide something for everyone
    With 1,800 fascinating questions there's plenty of great content to get you talking
    When you play it, you don't have to know all the answers to win - it's what you think your friends know that really counts
    It is the most inclusive and exciting game of Trivial Pursuit yet
    Bet they'll know it or bet they won't, either way a smart bet can turn your winnings into wedges

  • Horn & Abbot

    Trivial Pursuit: Master Game - Genus Edition

    Toy (Horn & Abbot)
    List Price: $24.99

    6000 tantalizing questions
    Works with other subsidiary card editions
    Great questions from art, sports, literature, geography, entertainment, science and nature, and more
    Have fun testing your wit and wisdon
    The original edition with game board, pawns (pies and wedges) and complete instructions

  • Hasbro Gaming

    TRIVIAL PURSUIT Quick-Play Family Edition

    Toy (Hasbro Gaming)

    Rating (19 reviews):
    Hasbro Gaming

    Family Game Night

    0 5/5 C. Bennett (New England) - See all my reviews, February 3, 2014

    Fun for older elementary and up.

    0 4/5 bo - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: TRIVIAL PURSUIT Quick-Play Family Edition (Toy) We play this with my four elementary school aged kids. It's not a good fit for the kindergartner. The 4th and 5th graders are a great fit. The 2nd grader can answer several questions. The parent questions are appropriately leveled. When we play teams it's really fun. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 27, 2013

    Too expensive and questions for kids are too advanced

    0 2/5 aj terrell - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: TRIVIAL PURSUIT Quick-Play Family Edition (Toy) There were a couple of issues:1. The questions for kids still seemed too advanced. Our family ended up playing the original and just gave the kids the easier questions.2. The pricing of this game was way off. We returned it *unopened) once we saw that Target had it for $10. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 11, 2014

  • Toys

    Trivial Pursuit 20th Anniversary

    Toy (Toys)

    Rating (131 reviews):

    Very fun!

    0 5/5 0, October 5, 2002

    Fun and frustrating

    0 4/5 0, November 3, 2002

    My honest opinion- it's my least favorite game!

    Ok, I've seen that reviewers that have given this a bad review have gotten bad reviews themselves (ie. people are voting that their review isn't helpful). Well I'm just going to give you my opinion but also tell you WHY I feel this way about the game, and hopefully you'll find it helpful. First of all, I love trivial Pursuit, I have the millenium edition, Genus edition and the Star wars edition, so I wasn't already going into the game with a bad attitude or anything. I was very excited about this edition, I was born in the 70's so I figured questions from the last 20 years would be just up my alley, I didn't expect to know all of them, but I expected the questions to be challenging, entertaining and well-worded. It was challenging, it asked many things I've never heard of, and the questions weren't entertaining and were so poorly worded, we had to read the questions 3 times before we understood what the question was looking for. Even the topics are obscure- like "Global View"... 5/5 0, April 11, 2003
    List Price: $14.97
    Contains 3,600 all-new questions - that celebrate the people and events from the past 20 years
    Trivial Pursuit 20th Anniversary Edition, special collector's edition of everyone's favorite trivia game
    Includes special anniversary dealer card dispenser

  • Hasbro Games

    Trivial Pursuit Hints Game

    Toy (Hasbro Games)
    List Price: $21.99
    Price: $14.76
    You Save: $7.23 (33%)

    3,000 hints
    Up to 3 hints per category
    Game unit displays the score
    Includes game unit and instructions
    Play fun team trivia with this electronic Trivial Pursuit Hints game

  • Hasbro

    Trivial Pursuit Card Game

    Toy (Hasbro)

    Rating (59 reviews):

    Fun game but not enough questions!

    This game is very very fun to play, I almost like it more than the board game. My only gripe with this game, and unfortunately it is a huge gripe, is that there are double and sometimes triple uses of the questions...WTF? Seriously? They could not come up with enough questions to have every question on every card be unique?! It's not like they have the entire Trivial Pursuit archives to choose from right (sarcasm)! I just don't understand this, it really ruins game play too because a double question is easy, you know the answer without having to think about it. Also, this is not my mistake, I didn't reshuffle, we noticed this the first time we played the game on the first pack, there were multiple double uses of questions, same question on two or three different cards!-All decks are the same too because for christmas my sister got this for me and my husband bought it for my mother, when we noticed this we checked both decks and sure enough, duplicate questions in both decks. This is... 3/5 ErikaV (Washington) - See all my reviews = Durability:, March 3, 2012

    The only way to play trivial pursuit

    0 3/5 B.C. "Navy Wife" (Transferring Again!) - See all my reviews = Durability:, February 3, 2012

    The game is more luck than skill now

    This is a relatively fun game, and if you are a fan of trivial pursuit, you may find it amusing.However, they added a few things in to make this a card game that really ruined it in my opinion. First, there are Steal, Double Steal, and Block cards. These allow you to take cards from other players (the cards that would represent the colored wedges in the board game). Since you take out the wedge cards to represent which categories you have "won", if you are playing with more than two people, you get to the point where you have to reshuffle the remaining cards (and you always have at least 5 cards in your hand, which takes even more cards out).Once this reshuffle happens, you tend to end up with mostly Steals and Double Steals. This means that the game is often won because of these cards - not because of skill. Case in point: my husband and I played with our 5 year old (who answered only one question correctly, with a lot of help), and he ended up winning because... 4/5 Amanda Aikman "bibliophile" (Somewhere Very Cold) - See all my reviews, January 4, 2011
    List Price: $9.99
    All in a quick-play card game.
    Provide something for everyone!
    TRIVIAL PURSUIT STEAL is the perfect trivia game if you have just 15 minutes to spare.
    Combines questions and answers with the strategy of winning your wedges by stealing your opponents?.
    This fast-paced game is the first ever Trivial Pursuit card game.

  • Hasbro

    Trivial Pursuit: 6th Edition

    Toy (Hasbro)

    Rating (26 reviews):

    You have to be kidding me . . .

    Sorry, but Volume 6 does NOT compare to the classic Genus and Genus II versions of this game. Rather, Volume 6 relies heavily on People Magazine-type trivia -- lots of inane pop culture-oriented questions, for which even die-hard trivia fans will be saying "Who cares?" An example of this is a question about Christina Ricci appearing in a GAP commercial. This was in the HISTORY category! Lame! About 40% of the questions seemed to fall into this category. Another 20-30% were ridiculously easy, a further 20% ridiculously obscure. The creators have also ditched the nuanced questioning style of the original game, by which one could often deduce the answer, even when it was something otherwise unknown.I think the problem here is that TP is issuing too many versions in too short a period of time. Genus 5, which I DO like, came out fairly recently (I think), and I think TP needs to take some more time to write better questions. Part of the fun of TP has been that you... 1/5 J. Klein (SF, CA) - See all my reviews, December 26, 2004

    Much like the Classic

    0 3/5 A. K. Berger "filburt_girl" (Nebraska, USA) - See all my reviews = Durability:, May 21, 2004

    Back to the Basics, But Tinged With Pop Culture.

    TRIVIAL PURSUIT VOLUME 6 is one of the better regular editions of trivial pursuit to come along in several years (the last good regular edition was VOLUME 2). It's the same basic trivial pursuit game that has been played for the past 20 or so years, but with over 5,000 new questions. The categories are the same as in most of the Trivial Pursuit games: People & Places, Arts & Entertainment, History, Science & Nature, Sports & Leisure, and Wild Card. Also, there haven't been any major rule changes as far as I can tell.Nevertheless, the game does have one major flaw. There is an overabundance of questions relying on popular culture that pop up (pardon the pun) in all of the categories, including the history and science & nature categories. I know that some of the early Trivial Pursuit games made for young people contained many pop culture references, but the original Trivial Pursuit games did not. One of the reasons that the history and science & nature cateogries used to... 1/5 tvtv3 "tvtv3" (St. Louis Metro East Area) - See all my reviews, March 3, 2005
    List Price: $29.99
    2 to 6 players or teams.
    6 categories: People/Places, Arts/Entertainment, History, Science/Nature, Sports/Leisure and Wild Card
    America's favorite trivia game
    4,800 new general knowledge questions

  • Hasbro

    Trivial Pursuit: Totally 80s

    Toy (Hasbro)

    Rating (65 reviews):

    Still waiting for the Ultimate 80s Gaming Experience, But This is Nice

    The 80s were such a fun and visual decade, it would have been nice if this game had an audio or visual component. A DVD would have been nice. Even if they didn't go the DVD route, if there were cards with pictures and a person had to name the item on the picture (like say a Rubik's cube) that would have been nice.This is not the only 80s related game on the market. There is "The 80s Game," "Vh-1/Targets We Are The 80s" board game and "Name That Tune 80s Edition."How does Trivial Pursuit 80s Edition measure up?The game is nice. When you open the box you find the neatly folded game board. There are four player pieces--a care bear looking bear, a personal computer, a CD and a Trapper Keeper. There is also one die and the other small pieces used with the board game.Four sets of trivia cards are included. The question categories include Headlines, TV, Movies, Music, Sports & Leisure, and Wild Card.I will say the questions are... 4/5 Dorrie Wheeler - See all my reviews, December 7, 2006

    Totally Awesome!

    As Christmas was fast approaching, I hinted rather forcefully to my husband, expressing my great desire for owning Trivial Pursuit Totally 80's. To my great delight, he got it for me as a present. YAY!But what good is it to have a game and no one to play with? See, I tend to clean up when it comes to Trivial Pursuit Genus Edition and, alas, no one will play with me! However, my husband agreed that he would, indeed, play the 80's version with me, especially since we were in the midst of this glorious decade from the ages of 10-19.Can you believe that my rascally husband beat the pants off me the first time we played it?! The reason I mention this is because I feel that the 80's version of Trivial Pursuit will appeal to anyone who loves the decade of decadence, even if they aren't trivia (or board game) enthusiasts like my husband.Not surprisingly, the packaging is excessive: rather than include the four stacks of cards in the questions box, they are... 5/5 Janet Boyer "Snowland Deck and Coffee Tarot C... (JanetBoyer(dot)com) - See all my reviews, December 28, 2006

    Not what I expected

    0 2/5 M. otting - See all my reviews, January 9, 2007
    List Price: $39.99
    Includes 4 collectible tokens based on 80's icons
    For 2 to 4 players or teams.
    2400 trivia questions in six categories
    Cool retro packaging and questions written in a flashback tone

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