Celebrate 40 years of the World's Greatest Trivia Game
Includes 600 cards and 3,600 trivia questions
Anniversary edition features premium packaging and game components
Includes 1,200 "Remember When?" questions from 1979-2018
Collect all 6 wedges plus the Ruby piece to win
Suggested Age: 16 Years and Up
Material: ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), paper
Type of Game: Trivia games
Playing Time: 30 Minutes or Less
Includes: Game pieces, game board
Number of Players: 2-6 Players
Package type: Full game
Item Number (DPCI): 087-10-3832
Can you remember the biggest moments of the past 40 years? Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Trivial Pursuit brand with this premium Ruby Edition of the Trivial Pursuit game. It includes 600 cards packed with fun and challenging trivia questions from classic categories including Geography, Entertainment, History, Arts and Literature, Science and Technology, and Sports and Leisure, plus questions from the Ruby deck featuring key questions from the past 40 years. When you answer a category question correctly, you collect a wedge corresponding to that category's color. Be the first player to get a wedge from each of the 6 categories plus the Ruby piece to win the game.
Trivial Pursuit, the associated logo, the distinctive design of the gameboard, trivia cards, game tokens, and scoring wedges are trademarks of Hasbro. Hasbro Gaming and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.
Includes gameboard, 400 Trivial Pursuit cards, 200 "Ruby Deck" Trivial Pursuit cards, 1 die, 6 wedge holders, 36 wedges, 1 Ruby game piece, 1 Silver Card box, 1 Ruby Card box, and instructions. Ages 16 and up For 2-6 players
Enjoyable but flawed pies/pieces and game mechanics
4 out of 5 stars
Adam - 1 year ago, Verified purchaser
Love the game overall, great questions and the ruby cards associated with specific years are very fun. What I don't like is kind of minor, but here it is anyway: The pies and wedges are translucent, which ends up being really annoying because the colors are hard to tell apart once they are in the pie. The wedges of the same color pie really blend in, too. Is that pink or purple? Orange or yellow? How many wedges are even in there? The other thing I'm not crazy about is the ruby piece seems kind of pointless and makes the game a lot longer than it needs to be. We made a house rule that if you already have the ruby piece, you get to treat the ruby space as a roll again, which speeds up the game and gives more of a reward to have the ruby piece during the game. We also made a house rule that if you don't have the ruby piece at the end of the game after getting all your wedges, you have to physically move yourself to the center ruby (rather than being transported there automatically) where you will not get to choose the category on the ruby question.