What is Trivial Pursuit?

Trivial Pursuit is a board game from Canada in which winning is determined by a player’s ability to answer general knowledge and popular culture questions. Dozens of question sets have been released for the game.

When did the show Trivial Pursuit end?

After the agreement ended in 1991, the show changed their rules, dropping «Trivial Pursuit» elements, and continued broadcasting until 2000. In 1984, Bally Sente released a Trivial Pursuit arcade game.

What is the difference between Point pursuit and party pursuit?

Point Pursuit: Same as Party Pursuit, except point scores are kept, and questions range from 250 to 1,000 points. Players can also wager any or all of their scores on one final question. Bonus points are earned for a wedge and for how much or how little time it took to answer a question. There are also three different ways to answer the questions:

Are Trivial Pursuit facts protected by copyright?

The inventors of Trivial Pursuit acknowledged that Worth’s books were among their sources, but argued that this was not improper and that facts are not protected by copyright. The district court judge agreed, ruling in favor of the Trivial Pursuit inventors.

How many players can play in Trivial Pursuit Online?

In Trivial Pursuit Online play with up to 20 players in this trivia challenge game. Test your trivia knowledge in Geography, Entertainment, History, Arts & Literature, Science & Nature, and Sports & Leisure.

Which player goes first in Trivial Pursuit?

The player with the highest roll will go first, with play continuing in a clockwise motion from then on. Under the traditional Trivial Pursuit rules, a player’s turn continues till they have answered a question incorrectly.

How do you play Trivial Pursuit with tokens?

Playing tokens are circular in shape with slots for the wedges. Place a token at the center of the board for each player or team. Some editions of Trivial Pursuit include track pawns that match the color of the pie pieces. You can use one of these track pawns to keep track of your spot on the board and use the pie token to keep track of your score.