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The Ultimate List of Every Trivial Pursuit Version Ever Created

Trivial Pursuit Editions

Trivial Pursuit is an iconic board game loved by many. Perhaps you’ve played a round or two on Christmas night with your parents, or you remember receiving an edition for your birthday. It is one of the best trivia games of all time, and there is no doubt about that! 

Even the biggest fans of the game might be surprised to find out just how many Trivial Pursuit editions there are! The truth is, there is no easy way to explain exactly how many versions of Trivial Pursuit have come out since the first-ever release hit the stores, but we’ve prepared an overview of all Trivial Pursuit editions we could find!

In this article, you will find answers to questions such as “What’s the difference between the Genus editions for Trivial Pursuit?”, “What’s the latest version of Trivial Pursuit?”, “What’s in Trivial Pursuit’s yellow box?” and more!

When Did Trivial Pursuit Come Out?

The game was first created in December 1979, in Montreal, Quebec, by Chris Haney and Scott Abbott. The two enjoyed playing board games so much that they created their own.

With a little help from publishers and board game enthusiasts, the game was officially released in 1982 and gained popularity in the US two years later. In 2008, Hasbro gained full ownership of Trivial Pursuit and has been in charge of the brand since. You can learn even more about the beloved game in a comprehensive article of Trivial Pursuit facts we’ve put together here.

How Many Editions of Trivial Pursuit are There?

Trivial Pursuit has a vast offering of many editions. Each is better than the other, with a unique theme and differing gameplay. We have handy guides for the rules and categories for the different editions. Likewise, you can still find many of these versions online and in stores!

There is no better way to discover Trivial Pursuit than to dive into all the editions. Let’s start with master game sets and subsidiary card sets!

Master Game Sets and Subsidiary Card Sets

Trivial Pursuit: Master Game – Genus Edition (1981)

This edition earns the first spot on this list by being the original (and, to many, still the best) Trivial Pursuit game. As you already know, the original game is over 30 years old, so the questions in this edition might be quite dated for today’s folk.

Nevertheless, there are 6,000 questions from the fields of art, geography, literature, sports, entertainment, science, nature, and more. This is a truly special edition with all the original questions. The game was met with enthusiasm and became the best-selling Trivial Pursuit game of its time. You can still find this edition on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Subsidiary Card Set – All-Star Sports Edition (1983)

When players had gone through all the original questions, Trivial Pursuit released an expansion pack with additional questions for those who already owned the board and pieces. The edition consisted only of two subsidiary card sets with questions about sports.

The categories include Nicknames; Baseball; Football; Basketball (in the US edition) or Hockey (in the Canadian edition); Catch All; and Numbers. Aside from the previously mentioned differences in the US and Canadian versions of the game, the boxes looked slightly different too, with a maple leaf on the Canadian version and a star on the American one. These can still be found on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Master Game – Baby Boomer Edition (1983)

The Baby Boomer Master Game came with all the gaming equipment you needed to play. The edition contained 6,000 original questions specifically for—you guessed it—baby boomers, aka people born before 1950. If that does not apply to you, then you might not enjoy this game very much.

However, at the time of its release, this game was all the rage. Though the questions may seem dated now, your parents and grandparents would probably have a blast playing. You can still purchase it on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Subsidiary Card Set – Baby Boomer Edition (1983)

Those who didn’t want to buy the Master Game of the Baby Boomer Edition could purchase this subsidiary card set. The questions could be used with the Genus Edition of Trivial Pursuit.

The questions targeted baby boomers with the following categories: Television; Stage & Screen; Nightly News; Publishing; Lives & Times; and R.P.M.

Trivial Pursuit: Master Game – Silver Screen (1983)

The Silver Screen edition features all the classic questions about film. The categories include Settings; Titles; Off Screen; On Screen; Production; and Portrayals.

Cinema lovers and experts of those times enjoyed this set. The question will appear dated to today’s audience, though the game basked in success in the 1980s!

Trivial Pursuit: Master Game – Genus II (1984)

Trivial Pursuit’s most beloved game got a makeover in this new edition. Players could expect new and improved questions to use alone or with the original version of the game.

As per usual, there are 6,000 questions in the following categories: Geography; Entertainment; Art & Literature; Science & Nature; and Sports & Leisure. 

Trivial Pursuit: Subsidiary Card Set – Genus II (1984)

In Trivial Pursuit’s best fashion, the brand came out with a subsidiary card set for those who didn’t want to buy a whole new game set.

The set could be used with any master game and contained 6,000 questions in the following categories: Geography; Entertainment; History; Art & Literature; Science & Nature; and Sports & Leisure.

Trivial Pursuit: Master Game – Young Players Edition (1984)

The Young Players Edition came out as both a set of cards that you could use with your existing board and a master game that came with a full set of playing pieces. This edition was geared toward children from the age of seven, so the questions were made specifically for a younger generation.

Of course, adults could still play along, too—in fact, it is an excellent game for the entire family! You can imagine how many children found this game under the Christmas tree that year!

Trivial Pursuit: Subsidiary Card Set – Young Players Edition (1985)

This is the subsidiary card set for the Young Players Edition Master Game. It was meant for those who didn’t want to buy the whole master game set but still wanted to enjoy the questions. These can still be found on Amazon.

The set came with 6,000 questions about Lands & Men; Shows; Past & Present; Arts & Letters; Science & Nature; and Sports & Games.

Trivial Pursuit: RPM Edition (1985)

The RPM Edition was not made for the average Trivial Pursuit player, it was meant specifically for music lovers. It contained questions in the following categories: Cover Notes; Your Mother Should Know; Fifties; Sixties; After The Beatles; and Anything Goes.

The game was made for those who not only enjoyed music but also knew a thing or two about it. It remains one of the most iconic editions to this day.

Trivial Pursuit: Subsidiary Card Set – RPM Edition (1985)

This is the subsidiary card set for music aficionados who didn’t want to buy the whole RPM Edition game. The questions covered the following categories: Cover Notes; Your Mother Should Know; Fifties; Sixties; After The Beatles; and Anything Goes. The cards were meant to be used with Trivial Pursuit: Genus Edition and can still be purchased on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Welcome to America Edition (1985)

This subsidiary card set dealt with America and its history and culture. It featured 3,000 questions in six categories, and each category had its own special name and meaning.

The first category was called “America” and it offered questions about the country’s geography. “Americans” featured questions about, you guessed it, famous Americans. “Journey Through America” focused on history.

“Ship to Shore” discussed immigration and the formation of America as we know it. “Made in America” posed questions about inventions made by Americans, as well as art and culture in the country. “The Melting Pot” is the last category, and it drew on the American experience. This card set can still be purchased on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Master Game – Walt Disney Family Edition (1985)

The Walt Disney Edition was meant to reflect Disney theme parks. Therefore, each category represented Disney World. The categories were: Places; Music; People; Fantasy; Science; and Leisure.

This edition offered two separate card decks, one for kids and one for adults. Lucky for those who were not familiar with Disney films, not all questions were Disney-themed. There was always at least one question per card pertaining to Disney trivia, though. The Walt Disney Family Edition of Trivial Pursuit was an outstanding choice for a cozy family gathering and can still be purchased on Amazon today.

Trivial Pursuit: Featuring the Magic of Disney – Family Edition (1986)

This edition followed the release of the 1985 Walt Disney Family Edition of Trivial Pursuit. This time the game came with a full set of Trivial Pursuit equipment, along with the two sets of questions (one for kids and one for adults).

The total package was Disney-themed, with a Disney board and Disney characters on it. It was every kid’s dream!

Trivial Pursuit for Juniors – First Edition (1987)

The First Edition of Trivial Pursuitfor Juniors has become a rare sight! It was one of the early Trivial Pursuit spin-off games. The rules stayed the same, but the format was different. The game came in a long box, unlike the classic Trivial Pursuit Master Edition. It also provided a spinner for movement and mats for keeping score. 

It’s clear that the game was aiming at ages seven to 10. The categories were: Every Day; Fun; Science; Songs & Stories; Nature; and Games.

Trivial Pursuit: Master Game – A Genus Edition Volume II (1987)

Even though this edition came out decades ago, people continue to enjoy it to this day. Many of the questions are still relevant. If you disagree, just ask your parents! 

Genus Volume II remains one of the greatest editions of all time, with some of the most fun and challenging questions. The categories are: Geography; Entertainment; History; Art & Literature; Science & Nature; and Sports & Leisure.

Trivial Pursuit: Master Game – A Genus Edition Volume II (revised – Parker Brothers) (1987)

Parker Brothers revised and published the aforementioned edition. It is still the same Genus Edition Volume II.

Trivial Pursuit: Master Game – The Vintage Years (1989)

The Vintage Years edition was released as a master game, and a subsidiary card set in 1989. The questions covered the era from the 1920s to the 1950s, otherwise referred to by the game as the Vintage Years. The question categories are: Products & Progress; Sports & Leisure; History; Personalities; Entertainment; and Wild Card. 

If you want to go back to history class in high school and test your knowledge, this is the game for you! This edition was not as successful as Genus, as the theme is quite niche. However, there were still plenty of people that wanted to go back to the vintage years, and still can buy purchasing it on Amazon today!

Trivial Pursuit: Subsidiary Card Set – The Vintage Years (1989)

This is the subsidiary card set with questions about the Vintage Years, from the 1920s to the 1950s. These cards were meant to be used with a master game. Those who didn’t want to buy a whole new master game could still test their memory of the vintage years with these cards, which are also still available from Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Master Game – The 1980s (1989)

The 1980s edition came out at the end of the decade to commemorate it and start the ’90s off with a bang. Much like the version before it, this one came out as a full-sized game set, as well as a set of cards. 

The game was met with great enthusiasm and still receives high praise from players all over the world. The categories are: Entertainment; In the News; Personalities; Sports & Leisure; That’s Life; and Wild Card. It can be purchased from Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: The 1980s Card Set (1989)

This card set came out as an expansion pack with The 1980s Master Game. Naturally, it was filled with different and original questions that could be used with that game, or any Genus edition. This can still be found on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Subsidiary Card Set – Sports Enhancement Card Set (1989)

In the beginning of Trivial Pursuit’s history, when few editions of the game were available, the brand was trying to cover as much ground as possible.

Trivial Pursuit: Subsidiary Card Set – TV (1989)

This subsidiary card pack offered 120 question cards. It was intended for use with a master game set. You could also use it on its own, but it definitely added variety to your same old general knowledge trivia! 

As the name suggests, the questions were concerned with television and everything that was popular at the time.

Trivial Pursuit: Subsidiary Card Set – Junior II (1989)

This subsidiary card set presented some new questions for children. It was meant to be used with a master game of your choosing, though Genus is the most optimal option. 

The set came with 500 question cards, making a total of 3,000 questions in the following categories: Lands & Men; Shows; Past & Present; Arts & Letters; Sciences & Nature; and Sports & Games.

Trivial Pursuit: 1960s Edition (1990)

The 1960s edition came with a full game set, as well as a subsidiary card set sold separately to complement players’ existing boards. Though the theme might seem boring and dated now, it was all the rage when it just came out. 

People were curious to test their knowledge about the culture, entertainment, and personalities of the 1960s. You can still purchase the game on the internet now! It would make a delightful gift for an older relative or friend, and it will definitely provide a trip down memory lane!

Trivial Pursuit for Juniors – Second Edition (1990)

The new decade started with a brand new Trivial Pursuit edition for juniors! Just three years after the release of the first edition, the second edition came in a new and improved design with some fun trivia questions for children aged 7-10. 

The yellow square box contained questions in the following categories: Every Day; Fun; Science; Stories & Songs; Nature; and Games.

Trivial Pursuit: Travel Edition (1991)

This retro edition of Trivial Pursuit was made specifically for travelling. Players could take the game with them to make road trips extra fun. 

It was quite similar to a bite-size edition. The plastic container the game came in could be split into 2 parts to accommodate 2 players or teams.

Trivial Pursuit: Volume III (1991)

Trivial Pursuit kicked off the year with a brand new Genus Edition of the board game. You’re already familiar with all the best fun and challenging trivia categories: Geography; Entertainment; History; Art & Literature; Science & Nature; and Sports & Leisure. 

At that point, Trivial Pursuit had already earned the status of the best-selling trivia board game. You can only imagine how excited people were about the new edition of the master game! New volume meant new questions, and that’s every trivia lover’s dream. You can still find this volume on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Evergreen (1991)

In the very beginning, Trivial Pursuit was trying to target the younger generation and families with up-to-date questions and fun gaming equipment. In 1991, the brand finally decided to make a game that would be suitable for the older generation. 

This edition contained the following categories: Sport & Leisure; Health & Diet; Travel & Regeneration; Personalities & Celebrities; History & Politics; and Culture. The gameplay didn’t change, but the questions were made for older players.

Trivial Pursuit: Master Game – TV Edition (1991)

The TV Edition of Trivial Pursuit covered all TV-related trivia from the time it was released. Some of the questions referred to television shows that were popular all the way back in the ’50s and ’60s! 

Trivial Pursuit TV Edition was very popular when it came out, but not many people today would be able to play, though it is still available for purchase on Amazon for those up to the challenge. The questions are definitely too difficult for the average member of Gen Z, but Baby Boomers had a blast playing in the ’90s!

Trivial Pursuit: Subsidiary Card Set – TV Edition (1991)

This is the card set that came with the TV Edition of Trivial Pursuit. Those who didn’t want to buy a full master game could simply opt for this option and add the new cards to an old game board. Though slightly less popular, this way of playing was still quite widespread and players can still purchase this subsidiary card set today.

Trivial Pursuit: TV Edition – 4,800 Questions and Answers (1992)

The TV Edition was so popular that people asked for more questions, and you have to give the people what they want! Players got 4,800 new questions and answers in the same categories. 

This is a complete game with all the necessary playing pieces. The questions cover everything to do with television and media in the 1990s. 

Trivial Pursuit: The Year in Review 1992 (1992)

Another year, another edition of Trivial Pursuit! The year 1992 was meaningful for many people, and the game commemorated all the important events of that year. The game got a revamp with this new edition. 

The card set came with a color-coded dice and 6 tokens or wheels. The dice was used to determine the question category. The case the game came in was very stylish too! It would make the perfect addition to your bookshelf, if you got your hands on it–which you can, thanks to Amazon!

Trivial Pursuit: 10th Anniversary (1992)

This limited edition gathered the best of Trivial Pursuit from the first 10 years of the game. The game brought out some of the most interesting and challenging questions from the world of trivia. 

It came in a beautiful, celebratory box with fireworks on the front. The categories were: Geography; Entertainment; History; Art & Literature; Science & Nature; and Sports & Leisure.

Trivial Pursuit: Family Edition (1992)

The original Horn Abbot Family Edition of Trivial Pursuit came out in 1992. The box featured a classy blue design with “Trivial Pursuit” written in white letters. This particular edition is quite hard to find now. You can get your hands on the later Family editions of the game, though they’re not nearly as iconic. There are 4,800 fun trivia questions for the whole family!

Trivial Pursuit: Subsidiary Card Set – Family Edition (1992)

The Family Edition of Trivial Pursuit was also available for purchase in the format of a card set. This edition was made for those who didn’t want to splurge on a new master game, but still wanted to experience some family-friendly fun in the popular categories: People & Places; Entertainment; History; Science & Nature; Sports & Leisure; and Wild Card.

Trivial Pursuit: Junior (1992)

In 1992, Trivial Pursuit came out with a game specifically made for the youngest players. To be precise, the game was suitable for children between the ages of 6 and 10. If your kids got bored watching you play and never felt comfortable joining, they could finally play their own game. 

This edition was not as inclusive as the Family Edition, as it did not have question cards for adults. The game made for quite a few fun nights in with the family. The categories were all tailored to young players: On the Move; Songs & Stories; Every Day; Fun; Science & Nature; and Games.

Trivial Pursuit: All American Edition Master Game (1993)

The name “All American Edition” says it all. The box boasted an American design with classic American colors: red, white, and blue. The game invited you to learn about your country with a set of fun questions split among 6 traditional categories: People; Entertainment; History; Places; Sports & Leisure; and Wild Card. 

As expected, the game was a hit in North America, and made it to many dinner tables and living room floors! It can still be found online today.

Trivial Pursuit: Fame Show Edition (1993)

1993 was a busy year for Trivial Pursuit! This edition was made to reflect a famous, short-lived, American TV show. The box looks interesting with its thematic design. 

Unlike most Trivial Pursuit editions, this game had its own set of rules. In this version of the game, other players could attempt to answer questions that their opponents couldn’t. There were also different rounds that were not present in other Trivial Pursuit games. Finally, the questions were taken directly from the show for the best game show experience!

Trivial Pursuit: Holiday Edition (1993)

The Holiday Edition from 1993 was just an expansion pack for your master game set. All the questions were related to traveling, destinations, and geography. Trivial Pursuit suggested some holiday destinations to American families. There were 2,400 questions in the pack.

Trivial Pursuit: The Year in Review 1993 (1994)

This subsidiary card set came out to commemorate the year 1993 and its events. There were over 1,300 questions about the highlights of the year that passed, along with color-coded dice and six scoring tokens. 

The game could be played in a completely different format, with the color-coded dice determining the questions to be answered. You could also simply add the questions to an existing set. You can still find it on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Genus III (1994)

Trivial Pursuit came out with yet another Genus edition in 1994, the third one of the time. Since Genus was such a success the first time around, becoming the best-selling edition of Trivial Pursuit, the brand decided to continue improving and growing. This edition was notably easier than the ones that came before, players report, and can still be purchased online. 

Trivial Pursuit: Junior – Third Edition (1994)

The third edition of Genus was followed by the third edition of the Junior version of Trivial Pursuit. The updated version brought new and relatable questions for kids. The questions were split among these categories: Every Day; Fun; Science; Stories & Songs; Nature; and Games. 

Trivial Pursuit: 1994/1995 Edition (1995)

This is a part of the Genus Edition Year in Review Series of Trivial Pursuit. This time, the edition commemorated years 1994 and 1995. The game came with 1,500 questions about the years that passed and its highlights. 

The edition was special because it brought about a whole new gaming format. Finally, the game could be played with no board. In addition to that, the stylish book-style case made the game fitting for any book shelf.

Trivial Pursuit: Genus IV (1996)

Trivial Pursuit came out with another Genus edition after only two years after the previous one. Once again, the game was a great success! 

The questions were new and improved, and made current to that time. The game is still available to purchase and remains successful to this day and many people still enjoy this version more than the newer ones! 

Trivial Pursuit: Junior – Fourth Edition (1996)

Like clockwork, Trivial Pursuit brought another edition of the game for juniors to the public two years after the latest one. Many parents admitted that the game was fun for them too, and it helped their kids develop a deeper knowledge of the given areas. And if the game is too easy for you, at least it will make you feel smart! 

The edition had more questions that the previous editions. The questions were split among the following categories: Every Day; Fun; Science; Stories & Songs; Nature; Games.

Trivial Pursuit: 1997 Edition (1997)

This Year in Review edition highlighted all the important events of 1997. The game came with 250 question cards with 1,500 questions about the passing year and all its highs and lows. This edition was special and unique as it only covered one year in the history of Trivial Pursuit.

Trivial Pursuit: World Cup Edition (1997)

They released this version of Trivial Pursuit just in time for the Soccer World Cup in 1998. The championship was held in France that year. The game came with 1,800 questions about the sport, which was greatly appreciated by all soccer fans. However, this is one of the lesser known editions of Trivial Pursuit. That’s quite strange, especially considering this is a full-sized game set.

Trivial Pursuit: Star Wars Classic Trilogy Collector’s Edition (1997)

The Star Wars franchise started in 1977, when the first movie came out. 20 years later, Star Wars fans could finally enjoy the ultimate Star Wars trivia game. This edition with over 2,000 questions was well-worth the wait for all fans of the franchise. 

Trivial Pursuit put a spin on the classic six categories with topics like Weapons & Vehicles, and Creatures & Aliens. It is safe to say that this edition should be a part of every Star Wars fan’s collection, and can be, thanks to its availability on Amazon!

Trivial Pursuit: Star Wars Episode I (1998)

And just like that, one year later, another Star Wars-themed collector’s edition of Trivial Pursuit was born. This edition was smaller than the previous, with only around 1,000 questions and a smaller game board. That makes sense, as this game only covered the first episode of the trilogy. Regardless, the edition was very successful and is incredibly hard to find now.

Trivial Pursuit: “Know-it-All” Edition (1998)

In 1998, Trivial Pursuit came out with a new set of 1,000 general knowledge questions. That way, the new game could be played alone or with an existing game. Nothing about this version was special besides the brand new questions. As a result, this edition is not often sought after as much as the others, but can still be purchased on Amazon. 

Trivial Pursuit: Millenium Edition (1999)

No, this edition is not for Millennials! In fact, the questions in the Millennium Edition covered the last 1,000 years, so it would probably be more appropriate for the older generations. 

The design of this edition differed from the others. The game came in a tin that was shaped like a wedge and the playing pieces were translucent. The brand found a fun way to spice it up, even though the rules of the game remained the same. Trivial Pursuit kept the classic question categories. This edition can still be purchased on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Warner Bros. All Family Edition (1999)

This version celebrated some of the most iconic characters from Warner Bros. cartoons. The game came with special cartoon character tokens representing Bugs Bunny, Tweety, Batman, and Scooby-Doo.

There were question cards for adults with questions about famous television shows and cartoons, and picture cards for kids with questions about their favorite cartoon characters. 

It’s safe to say that the game was a hit among children and their parents. However, it’s worth noting that only real Warner Bros. fans could enjoy the game. Those not familiar with the cartoons had a hard time answering the questions. This special edition can be purchased on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Disney – The Animated Picture Edition (1999)

In 1999, a brand new Disney Edition of Trivial Pursuit came out. This edition was different from the one that came before. In other words, it was smaller and less exciting. It only had 1,800 questions that were divided between kids and adults.

It didn’t come with the miniatures that many other Trivial Pursuit editions have. Nevertheless, this game brought some Disney magic into many homes and can still be found online!

Trivial Pursuit: Genus V (2000)

You already know what it is! Genus got another update in 2000, with new and improved general knowledge questions. With each Genus edition being better than the previous, it is hard to decide which one is the best of all time. 

Newer editions can hardly compete with the enthusiasm the first Genus was met with, but they are still worth a shot. Once again, the popular game came out with 4,800 new questions for your entertainment and can still be purchased on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: 1980s (2000)

This version is quite different from the original which was released in the early ’90s. This edition was made specifically for people that grew up in the ’80s. The brand decided to target this segment because it consisted of people with high disposable incomes. 

Trivial Pursuit played on the feelings of nostalgia and longing for the past. The game was very obviously aiming at the younger generation with its faster gameplay and a new dice that allowed players to steal wedges from opponents. Everything was moving fast in this game of Trivial Pursuit, much like in the 21st Century. If you’re still itching for that ’80s nostalgia, you can buy this game on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Junior – Fifth Edition (2001)

This fan favorite got an upgrade once again in 2001. The gameplay and format stayed the same, but the questions changed. This edition did not stand out as much as some other more niche editions. Nevertheless, parents got another opportunity to surprise their kids with this children’s version of adult Trivial Pursuit and can still be purchased today.

Trivial Pursuit: 20th Anniversary (2002)

Trivial Pursuit prepared a special treat for all trivia lovers on its 20th anniversary. The brand new set of 3,600 questions celebrated the events of the past 20 years. If you think this edition was nothing but a summary of the past 20 years of Trivial Pursuit, you’re wrong! 

The 20th Anniversary Edition came with a Special Anniversary Deluxe Card Dispenser to help you keep your question cards neat and organized. The categories changed to: Global View; The Written Word; Sound & Screen; Innovations; News; and Game Time. 

This special collector’s edition got all the collectors pumped. Not everyone was as excited though; the average trivia whizz saw nothing but another game of trivia. This collector’s edition can still be found on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Globetrotter (2002)

Finally, an edition for all globetrotters and geography whizzes! If you consider yourself one of those, then this edition will be just up your alley. It’s a shame that some questions are too dated and no longer relevant. Other than that, the game was an excellent twist on the classic Trivial Pursuit

The six categories in this edition are actually regions: North America; South America; Oceania; Africa; Europe; and Asia. The problem with this edition is that though most Americans will know or be able to accurately guess answers to questions about Europe and North America, the other regions are more foreign.

Trivial Pursuit: Lord of the Rings Movie Trilogy Edition (2003)

Another trilogy and iconic franchise celebrated by Trivial Pursuit! This collector’s edition came with 1,800 questions about The Lord of the Rings Trilogy and four collectible pewter tokens.

The launch of the game was an exciting event for all fans of the franchise. This edition is now difficult to find, (there is a pricey one available on Amazon) but it’s definitely one worth having!

Trivial Pursuit: Volume 6 (2003)

Volume 6, or the 6th Edition, came with 4,800 new general knowledge questions split among the usual categories: People & Places; Arts & Entertainment; History; Science & Nature; Sports & Leisure; and Wild Card.

Though the questions might seem difficult now, they were fun for people who played at the time. Volume 6 was notably missing the Literature category, which was made up for just one year later. You can still purchase this volume on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Biographies Edition (2004)

The edition came with 1,200 questions, which could be used with a master game set or on their own. As the name suggests, the questions include relevant and entertaining information about famous people that have impacted our culture. Many players reported that the game was more difficult than other editions but still very fun to play! This game is still fairly inexpensive on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: 90s Time Capsule Edition (2004)

As the name suggests, this edition came out to celebrate the ’90s. In Trivial Pursuit’s best fashion, there were six intriguing categories filled with challenging questions. This time, the categories had fun names too! Oops stood for Mistakes and Mishaps; Wired – Technology and Anything New; Viewing – The Stuff You Watched; Trends – Fads, Fashions, Food and Slang; Important – The Hard News; and Hangin’ – Leisure Time Fun. 

The package and question cards got a makeover too. The game came in a tin packaging with cool new tokens and a matching board. The public welcomed the game with open arms! This fun collector’s item can still be found on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit: Book Lover’s Edition (2004)

As you can tell by the title, this edition was meant for those who missed the literature category in other games. In Book Lover’s Edition, all the categories were about literature! More specifically: Children’s; Classics; Non-Fiction; Book Club; Authors; and Book Bag. 

This edition was especially difficult compared to others and remains one of the most difficult to this day! It can currently still be purchased on Amazon.

Trivial Pursuit for Kids – Volume 6 (2004)

Trivial Pursuit treated the younger players to a new volume of Trivial Pursuit for Kids in 2004. The edition comprised 1,200 multiple-choice questions for the youngest players. The categories suited the target audience: All About Nature; Fun & Games; Today & Tomorrow; Whatever; Yesterday; Music, Movies & More.

With an appropriately themed board and a load of fun questions, this game pleased many children. However, it might have been too close to the previous edition, so it didn’t really change the course of history in the world of trivia. It can still be purchased online.

Trivial Pursuit: Edition Europa (2005)

In 2005, Trivial Pursuit broadened its horizons and made an edition filled with trivia questions about Europe. The set was full-sized, with a game board and all the necessary gaming pieces.

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Components

  • 1 gameboard
  • 432 question-and-answer cards
  • 6 card holders
  • 6 track pawns
  • 6 scoring tokens
  • 36 scoring wedges
  • 1 die

Object of the Game

To be the first player (or team) to fill all six spaces on your Scoring Token with different colored wedges by correctly answering questions. Get back to the center first and answer a final question correctly to win!


Setup

  1. Unwrap the card packs and, facing them the same way, place each deck in its matching card holder as shown.



  2. Each player or team takes an empty scoring token and places it on the center space of the gameboard.



  3. Place the card holders around the gameboard, near their matching colored wedge space.

  4. Place all of the wedges in a pile by the gameboard.

  5. Roll the die to decide who goes first. Highest number rolled takes the first turn. Play continues clockwise.



The Twist

If you're familiar with Trivial Pursuit, all you need to know is "the twist".

The twist on the gameboard is that it features a bonus track around the outside. Each player (or team) takes a track pawn and places it on the Start space.

Play as normal, e.g. when you land on a colored space, you have to correctly answer a question from that category. The twist on the questions is that each category's card contains questions about one topic within that category. Questions 1 and 2 are easy, 3 and 4 are medium, and 5 and 6 are hard. Your die roll dictates which question you have to answer.

If you correctly answer the question, as well as having another turn as normal, you also move your track pawn clockwise around the bonus track. A correctly-answered "easy" question moves it one space, a correctly-answered "medium" question moves it two spaces and a correctly-answered "hard" question moves it three spaces.

The bonus track contains four active zones:

  1. Face-off Zone

    If a player lands on a wedge space, anyone that has their track pawn in this zone can declare a face-off! When this happens, someone not involved in the face-off reads the question that matches the wedge space's category and die number rolled. The first player to answer correctly wins the face-off and the wedge! As usual, if no one gets the answer right, no one wins the wedge. You can declare a face-off only once while you're in the zone.

    Strategy hint: You can declare a face-off even if you already possess a wedge of that color, just to try and stop it from being won by another player. If you win the face-off, just return it to the pile of wedges by the gameboard.

  2. Slow It Down Zone

    While you are in this zone, you can move someone else's scoring token to any other space on the gameboard to slow them down. You'll probably want to target the player with the most wedges. You can do this only once while you're in the zone.

  3. Easy Cheesy Zone

    Try to land on a wedge space while your track pawn is in this zone. It gives you the opportunity to answer an easy question no matter what your die roll! So, if there's a category that you're not so hot on, make a beeline for it. You can do this only once while you're in the zone, so choose wisely!

  4. Freebie Zone

    This is the smallest zone (only one space) and for good reason! If you land on or pass this zone, you can take a wedge of your choice for free!


Game Play

On your turn:

  1. Roll the die.
  2. Move. Always move the full amount shown on the die.
  3. When you land on a space, answer a question!

One of the other players picks up the first card from the front of the appropriate card deck and reads out the question that matches the die roll-1 and 2 are easy questions, 3 and 4 are medium questions and 5 and 6 are hard questions.

Answers to the questions are printed on the back of the card. If you land on the center space during the game, you can choose any category for your question.


Move around the Board

At the start of the game, move away from the center, along any of the spokes. When you reach the circular track, you can move in any direction. Plan your moves carefully so that you land on the space that suits you best.

Never retrace your steps on the same roll of the die. For example, you cannot roll a "5" and move three spaces clockwise, then two spaces counter- clockwise. However, the next time you roll the die, you can decide to change direction and go the opposite way from your last move.

You can make your way to the other side of the board by cutting across the middle along the spokes. You can land on the same space as another player.


Correct Answers

If you answer the question correctly, move your track pawn around the bonus track. A correctly- answered easy question moves it one space, a correctly-answered medium question moves it two spaces, and a correctly-answered hard question moves it three spaces.

Then roll the die again and take another turn. You can keep rolling and moving as long as you get the answers right-there's no limit to the number of turns you can take in a row.


Wrong Answers

Sorry, if you get it wrong, that's the end of your turn. The player to your left rolls the die.


Roll Again Spaces

When you land on one of these spaces, you may roll the die again. (You may move to another roll again space, and keep rolling until you land on a question or wedge space).



Wedge Spaces

There are six spaces around the board with a picture of a large colored wedge. If you answer a question correctly when you land on a wedge space, place a matching-colored scoring wedge into your scoring token! Don't forget to move your track pawn!



Then roll the die and take another turn.

If you get the answer wrong, you'll have to move off the space and along the path on your next turn before you can come back and try to win a wedge of that color. You do not have to try that category immediately; you may move elsewhere on the board and return to it later.

If you land on the same wedge space later in the game and you already have a wedge of that color, treat it as an ordinary space and answer a question from the matching category.


End of the Game

As soon as you have won a scoring wedge of each color, start making your way back to the center space and try to land there by exact count.

If you overshoot, keep playing, answering questions in the categories you land on, until you land on the center.

When you get to the center, the other players (without looking at any cards) decide from which category you will have to answer a final, deciding question.

As in the rest of the game, the level of question will depend upon your die roll.

If you get the answer wrong, leave the center space on your next turn and return later (landing by exact count) to try again.

If you answer the deciding question correctly, you win the game!



Mind Games

House Rules

At the start of the game, you should all agree on how much time players should be allowed to answer a question. Also, decide how accurate answers should be. For example, you may agree that only giving a last name is enough to score a correct answer. You might, however, decide that both first and last names must be given to constitute a winning answer. You might also decide to have different rules for younger and for older players.

Alternative Game

If you prefer, you don't have to use the die roll to dictate whether you get an easy, medium or hard question. Just agree among yourselves beforehand on which level of questions each person should get. Or just let each player decide on each turn which question he or she wants to answer!

Winning Streak

As you always get another roll of the die with every answer you get right, it is possible to collect all six wedges on your first turn! If this happens, any player who has not yet had a turn can try to repeat this feat and force the game to end in a tie.


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The Trivial Pursuit Master Edition game adds a modern twist to the classic game you love. It will challenge you and fill your head with fascinating facts. Go ahead, impress your friends and have some laughs at the same time! If you've got an eye on the world around you, the Trivial Pursuit Master Edition game is for you.
Fun question challenges:
With 3,000 intriguing, challenging, and sometimes humorous questions, the Trivial Pursuit Master Edition game lets trivia buffs show off their smarts. In addition to who, what, and when questions, now you could be asked to look at an image on the card, pick the right answer from multiple choices, or choose the one that does not belong. So get ready, the race is on to find the master of Trivial Pursuit! Could it be you?
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Play the traditional or quicker way:
You can play the Trivial Pursuit Master Edition game in different ways. For traditional play, land on a category, answer the question correctly in the allotted time, collect all six wedges, roll and move to the center space, and answer the final question to win. For a faster game, collect a wedge any time you answer a question correctly, not just on the wedge spaces. The Trivial Pursuit Master Edition game comes with a timer to keep up the pace. But, it's up to you to use it. Play in teams to make the Trivial Pursuit Master Edition game even more fun!
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The Trivial Pursuit Master Edition game has 6 question categories including geography, entertainment, history, art and literature, science and nature, and sports and leisure. Here's a sneak peek at some of the questions: On which part of a baby would you find the fontanelle? According to Aristotle, where is the seat of intelligence? How many syllables does the second line of a haiku have in English? Answers in order asked: The Head, Heart, 7. How many did you answer correctly?
Includes: Gameboard, 6 movers, 36 wedges, timer, 500 cards with 3,000 questions, die and instructions
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• Requires 2 AAA batteries (not included).

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  • The Trivial Pursuit Master Edition game is for the trivia buff who loves to show off how smart they are. Play traditional rules or quicker gameplay
  • This Master Edition of the Trivial Pursuit board game includes 2,950 intriguing, challenging, and sometimes humorous questions
  • This trivia game features 6 question categories including geography, entertainment, history, art and literature, science and nature, and sports and leisure
  • Play the Trivial Pursuit Master Edition game following classic gameplay, or collect a wedge any time you answer a questions correctly, not just on the wedge spaces
  • The Trivial Pursuit Master Edition game comes with a timer to keep up the pace
Product Dimensions3.39 x 10.51 x 10.51 inches (8.6 x 26.7 x 26.7 cm)
Item Weight2.01 pounds (0.9 kg)
Country of OriginUSA
ASINB003EYUTW8
Item model number16762
Manufacturer recommended age14 years and up
Batteries2 AA batteries required.
BrandHasbro Gaming
GenreEntertainment, Trivia
Item Dimensions LxWxH3.39 x 10.51 x 10.51 inches (8.6 x 26.7 x 26.7 cm)
Package TypeStandard Packaging
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The Trivial Pursuit Master Edition game adds a modern twist to the classic game you love. It will challenge you and fill your head with fascinating facts. Go ahead, impress your friends and have some laughs at the same time! If you've got an eye on the world around you, the Trivial Pursuit Master Edition game is for you. The trivia game includes 494 cards with 2,950 questions altogether. TRIVIAL PURSUIT, the associated logo, the distinctive design of the game board, trivia cards, game tokens, and scoring wedges are trademarks of Hasbro.

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

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  • Question: how many players does this game accommodate?

    Answer: It includes pieces for six players. However, if you have other trivial pursuit editions, you can add the player pieces and pie from those to hypothetically play with more.
  • Question: Is it in Spanish or English?

    Answer: it is in English
  • Question: Can this board be used with the original cards?

    Answer: I would think so though the game has more current/accurate cards. The board's layout looks like the original board. Categories of this game are similar if not the same as the original game: Geography, Entertainment, History, Art & Literature, Science & Nature, Sports & Leisure. The card size for this game is 3 6/16" x 2 1/2".
  • Question: what decades of questions does it cover?

    Answer: topics covered are geography, entertainment, history, art, literature, science, nature, sports, and leisure throughout the ag
  • Question: it is in spanish language?

    Answer: The version we sell is in English
  • Question: Is this the british or u.s. version?

    Answer: This is the US version unless you buy from the seller InStock Group, who is a British merchant and likely selling the British version.

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Ja•• ••R.

September 29, 2021

Great game, but came damaged

I love this game and recommend it to you, but the box came a little bit damaged.

Sa•• ••th

September 27, 2021

It's all there

Unless you know it all it's pretty trivial.lol a lot of the questions seem less pop culture and more random facts.

Vi•• ••re

September 10, 2021

A timeless classic

I remember playing the original genus edition when it first came out in the 80's. Such an awesome game and fun for the whole family. Not only do you have a lot of fun playing, but you will find yourself learning new facts as you play.

Ma•• ••ch

July 27, 2021

A must have

If you like board games this is a must have! Perfect for pizza nights!

Li•• ••B.

July 25, 2021

Nice mix of questions

Like this version, some questions are really easy, others are difficult. Although— I think they use Google to get answers. Some of the answers were wrong— if you’re playing and you’re certain you’re right it’s worth checking.

D.•• ••ey

June 29, 2021

This game is getting worse...

Holy crap. ~460 cards with ~2500 questions? (I don't have the box in front of me.) How do they justify the price? The original game had 1000 cards with 6000 questions. This would indicate that there's far less replayability with this edition. They could take a hint from the guys at Cards Against Humanity and sell booster packs. I'd buy them.

Th•• ••co

June 16, 2021

Classic

Classic board game for trivia buffs/nerds... just wish my friends were smart enough to play it. Lol.

Ma•• ••y

June 2, 2021

Fun Times

Great family game.

Th•• ••H.

May 19, 2021

Game nite

I liked that it has 8 areas to choose from.

Ju•• ••wn

May 14, 2021

Sports and Leisure is more Leisure Now

We enjoy playing trivial pursuit in family night. We recently purchased this newer version of the game. We enjoy having more up to date questions from 2010. Unfortunately, the sports and leisure are now less sports and more leisure. It is really disappointing. Other than that, we enjoy playing the game.

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What Trivial Pursuit edition is best?

To see the 10 best editions of Trivial Pursuit, ranked from worst to best, keep reading!
  1. 1 Trivial Pursuit: Master Edition.
  2. 2 Trivial Pursuit Game: Classic Edition.
  3. 3 Trivial Pursuit Greatest Hits.
  4. 4 Trivial Pursuit: Harry Potter Ultimate Edition.
  5. 5 Trivial Pursuit Family Edition.
  6. 6 Trivial Pursuit: Horror Movie Edition.

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Subsequently, one may also ask, what is the latest edition of Trivial Pursuit?

If you've got an eye on the world around you, the Trivial Pursuit Master Edition game is for you. Fun question challenges: With 3,000 intriguing, challenging, and sometimes humorous questions, the Trivial Pursuit Master Edition game lets trivia buffs show off their smarts.

Secondly, what is the original Trivial Pursuit edition? The Classic Edition of this Trivial Pursuit Game is the same gameplay you know and love, only with a 1980's retro appearance! Featuring classic gameplay and gameboard, this game contains 2,400 questions in 6 categories: Geography, Entertainment, History, Art and Literature, Science and Nature, and Sports and Leisure.

Regarding this, what is the most current Trivial Pursuit game?

10 Most Fun Versions of Trivial Pursuit, Ranked

  • 3 Baby Boomer Edition.
  • 4 Lord of the Rings Edition.
  • 5 Star Wars: The Black Series.
  • 6 Golden Girls Edition.
  • 7 2000s Edition.
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Thus, while it's relatively new, the game is so rare as to make it worth $400 to a collector. The initial cost of the game. Other high-end games include a ritzy version of Trivial Pursuit made with silver-edged cards and Swarovski Scrabble, a crystal-encrusted Scrabble board worth $20,000.

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