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The classic pub quiz trivia night is coming home with you (and you won’t even need a pickup line). Packed with 1200 questions in 11 categories from Pop Music to World History, it’ll keep the trivia-night team alternately stumped and victorious, but always entertained, for many, many gatherings to come. Suitable for the whole family (14+) and any number of players.
  • comes in a case for easy storage
  • suitable for all the family (14+) and any number of players
  • 11 categories: famous people, sports & pastimes, world history, TV & film, food & drink, around the world, the natural world, science, general knowledge, pop music, name that song (comes with a CD)
  • 256-page book with 1,200 questions and answers
  • Example questions:
    • "Who was the first golfer to win more than $1 million in his career?” “When cars were first invented they had little in the way of safety features. What was the first one invented?”
    • “Which country has the most fast food outlets?”
    • “When did the Beatles first play the legendary Cavern Club?”
  • 100 answer sheets
  • quick start guide
  • 4 pencils
  • Item #30055622

pub quiz trivia game

$29.95 $14.99
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The classic pub quiz trivia night is coming home with you (and you won’t even need a pickup line). Packed with 1200 questions in 11 categories, it’ll keep the trivia-night team alternately stumped and victorious, but always entertained. Suitable for the whole family (14+) and any number of players.
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ok, but not what we'd hoped for April 16, 2012
"Our party ended up tired and frustrated with this game. We had a few generations present (late 20s-early 30s, and 50s), but many of the questions referenced ideas and events we were not familiar with. This meant that we just had to blindly guess a random answer. We're a well educated bunch and hoped for a trivial pursuit kind of game, with questions that were challenging, but still relevant to at least a few members of the party."
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Good Product December 30, 2011
"We bought this as a gift, very impressed with it.."
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