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Kid-Friendly Trivial Pursuit Board Games the Whole Family Will Enjoy

by: Sheila Robinson ; edited by: Michael Hartman ; updated: 5/25/2012 • Leave a comment

Trivial Pursuit has been a family classic. Since the original game’s release in 1979, it has inspired the creation of versions with a variety of interesting themes. Find out about some Trivial Pursuit board games that are suitable for family fun time.

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    Trivial Pursuit board games test player’s knowledge of topics in many categories. While some versions are designed for teens and adults, there are kid friendly versions that the whole family can enjoy. All of these games can be found on

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    Trivial Pursuit 25th Anniversary Edition

    Trivial Pursuit 25th Anniversay Edition   The 25th Edition is an updated version of the original classic game. A new feature offers trivia questions in easy, medium and hard levels of difficulty. The harder the question, the more spaces a player can move on the game board. Another addition to the game board allows players the opportunity to steal opponent’s game wedges or move their game piece to another location. The 432 trivia questions are on a variety of topics including History, Arts & Entertainment, Sports & Leisure, Science & Nature and People & Places. This board game is suitable for players age 9 and up. The game is available on for $22.00.

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    Trivial Pursuit DVD Pop Culture

    Trivial Pursuit DVD Pop Culture   In this 21st century updated Trivial Pursuit board game, players aged 8 and up can answer questions related to favorite TV shows, movies, commercials, sports, music and fads. The game has 2,400 questions on the traditional cards along with 600 additional questions through a DVD. Amazon sells this game for $13.95.

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    Trivial Pursuit – The Nightmare Before Christmas Edition

    Trivial Pursuit - The Nightmare Before Christmas Edition   Kids and adults that are fans of the Nightmare before Christmas movie by Tim Burton will enjoy this version of Trivial Pursuit. There are over 400 questions that range in difficulty from easy to hard. Question categories include Trick or Treat, Pumpkin King, Christmas Town, Songs, Behind the Scenes and Halloween Town. Both the and websites offer this game for $19.

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    Trivial Pursuit – Lord of the Rings Trilogy Movie Edition

    Trivial Pursuit - The Lord of the Rings Edition   This Lord of the Rings themed Trivial Pursuit game will test player’s knowledge of favorite characters and events from the popular movies. Categories include Good, Evil, Warfare, History and Things & Places. How well do you know Frodo, Aragorn, Gimli, Gandalf and Legolas? With over 1,800 questions, you will be put to the test.

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    Trivial Pursuit – DVD for Kids

    Trivial Pursuit DVD for Kids   In this unusual kids Trivial Pursuit edition, game play is based directly by playing a DVD. The DVD game has twelve episodes filled with humorous questions that kids can answer by yelling out loud. The DVD is narrated by three cartoon characters that kids may like or find annoying. If desired, the narration can be skipped to go directly to the trivia questions. Amazon has this one for a cheap price of $5.67.

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    Trivial Pursuit – Family Guy Travel Edition

    Trivial Pursuit - Family Guy Travel Edition   The Family Guy Travel Edition is directly based on the popular cartoon TV show. Players can test their knowledge on 600 questions in categories that include The Griffins, Gags, Around Town, Quotes and Wha..? . Questions range from easy to hard level of difficulty. This game’s condensed size makes it portable for family trips. It is suitable for players 12 and up. It is available for under $20 from and

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    Trivial Pursuit Disney Edition

    Trivial Pursuit - Disney Edition   Many kids love anything related to Disney. This Trivial Pursuit board game is designed with a storybook theme that incorporates many popular Disney and Pixar characters. The game has 1800 cards. 900 of the cards are used specifically for kids, while the remaining cards are fit for adults. Categories include Heroes & Heroines, Once Upon a Time, Monsters & Villains, Supporting Cast and The Wonderful World of Disney.

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