In this Article,we had described in the original version of trivial pursuit, which category is represented by the color blue?It is not specified in the game itself, but based on our research we believe it could be ice cream.
This makes sense because one of their lines says “It’s only been around for a few years,” so maybe they are referring to new flavors?
original version of trivial pursuit
The original version of Trivial is all about geography. The map on page one shows you where countries are located, while other maps show off different regions within those countries – like Europe or Asia for instance (tilt your phone!).
The idea is to identify countries, states, provinces or cities on the screen using clues (or trivial bits of information) about what’s there.
Here’s one regarding Oceania: “This country has seven million people and covers just under 14,000 square kilometers”.
Did you get it? The answer is New Zealand . There are other game modes – like buying movies , colorizing black & white photos , matching images , etc. It’s a pretty simple game that gets very difficult as more time passes. You can follow Trivial on Twitter too! [ARTICLE END]
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The board game Trivial Pursuit originated in Canada. It is determined by a player’s ability to answer questions about general knowledge and popular culture, which was inspired by two Canadians: Chris Haney who worked as photo editor for Montreal’s The Gazette; Scott Abbott when he created his own company after being fired from another one with Scrabble pieces missing…
In 1981 they released “TrivIALourney“, but it wasn’t until 1985 that its success led them into creating more games under this brand name including fan favourite ‘Ms Mills’, trivia quizzes became all the rage among friends everywhere.
The game of Trivial Pursuit takes place on an interactive board with questions about different topics. The players attempt to answer these trivia queries by moving around the board, which is divided into six categories: Geography (blue), Entertainment/Books(pink) History & Arts Culture Literature Science Nature Sports leisure orange).
What’s more fun than playing pieces? The answer is simple – nothing! You’ll get all of your supplies in this one box. There are six different colors for you to choose from, so there will always be someone who can join on their own without needing any help or advice about what they should do next time around because everyone has a little bit different sense osmosis when it comes down choosing which color goes best with them personally (and aesthetically). This game pulls out every emotion imaginable; delighting kids everywhere by making sure no matter how old/young adults become at heart.
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