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Doctor Who Trivial Pursuit Game
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- This edition of Trivial Pursuit features 50 years of time travel - answer questions on Time Lords, Companions, Episodes & much more.
- This quick-play quiz has 600 questions that will entertain and educate even the smartest fanatics
- Fascinating, puzzling and captivating questions that will test your knowledge and memory
- Bite-size game comes with coloured dice, cards and easy-to-carry wedge case
- Fun-filled family game
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|Item Dimensions||—||26.01 x 26.01 x 5.99 cm||5 x 40 x 27 cm||5.08 x 30.48 x 22.86 cm|
|Number of Players||2+||2 to 4||2 or more players||2 to 5|
What better way to test your knowledge of 50 years of time travel than with this brand new Doctor Who Trivial Pursuit. For the first time ever, answer as many of the 600 questions about Time Lords, Companions, Episodes & Stories, Dates, Monsters and Cast, Crew & Beyond as you can. Play as a standalone game, or add to your family’s boxed version at home!
102 x Card Deck
1 x Die
1 x Bite-Size Wedge Case
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The game is not as expected, you only get a plastic triangle with the cards in and a dice. Not worth the £25 paid. Its alot smaller than expected too.
We have got the original trivial pursuit board and are going to play it on that.
The questions are actually rather easy; I read all the books several times as a teenager (I have just turned 30) and I saw all the movies as they were being released over the years, and I can apparently still remember enough to answer very nearly every question (to be precise, I didn't know answers to 3 questions) without any hesitation. So if your offsprings are HP buffs they may be disappointed that the game is not challenging enough for them.
It is a shame that some questions feel a bit repetitive - e.g. you get "Who is Remus Lupin's wife?" on one card and "Who does Tonks marry?" on another one. In my opinion the world of Harry Potter is complex enough to provide material for more different questions...
All in all, it is a decent game for all Harry Potter fans, may they be young or old.
I did not unwrap the whole game as it is a present but I read through one of the cards (not cheating honest!) to see if they were about the show or about science (either would have been acceptable) but it is actually about the show. It's a bit like mastermind in terms of a specialist subject but I could see I knew the answers to a couple of the questions. Not all of them though. There is also a colour coded dice (or is it die?) that helps the teams to pick their question from the card. It's quite a neat idea and small boxed set that is not going to take up a lot of space.
I can see us playing this on the evening of Christmas Day or Boxing Day as a lot of our family watch "TBBT" and it will be a nice way to bond after all the food is eaten and the presents opened! I think this seems good value for money for the listing price. Bazinga!
It arrived in a square box, inside it is the wedge and dice. The wedge is where the cards are held. This is not really trivial pursuit as it does not have a game board or player wedges. It is more a quiz question and answer game, so not what I was expecting at all so a bit disapointing.
We have had a go at it, but most of the questions are quite hard, even for adults. Some of the questions seem to relate to only the films or only the books and therefore the given answer may not be the "correct one" according to the back of the card but is right from your as a players point of view. This really annoyed my eldest son who on the autistic spectrum and "knows what he said is right".
There is just over 100 cards and this works out to 600 questions, so there is alot of choice. But a lot of the questions are hard so could not be answered by children. It also took a lot of explaining of how to play the game.
But there are mistakes on the cards. Questions that are vague, or could have multiple answers. Questions worded incorrectly. Some cards seem to reference the books and others the films.
Example: What does Harry realises the seventh Horcrux?
Seventh? in order of creation, the order in which they are discovered?
Harry doesn't really realise anything about any Horcruxes, Dumbledore tells him. either directly or via snaps memory.
The answer is Nagini the snake. Dumbledore told harry this, and she was the 8th Horcrux made. The 7th as far as Voldemort was concerned . But Harry was the actual 7th.
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