Trivial Pursuit Friends TV Show Quick Play Bite Size Travel Wedge Game

Trivial Pursuit Friends TV Show Quick Play Bite Size Travel Wedge Game

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Estimated delivery of Tue 26th Mar to Mainland UK.

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Product Description:

  • Brand new edition of Trivial Pursuit featuring all the best characters and moments from Friends.

  • 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.

Woo-pah! If you are a true Friends fan, you need to test your knowledge with the Friends Trivial Pursuit game! This edition contains 600 questions based on all your favourite moments from Ross and Rachel's Vegas wedding, to the classic Holiday Armadillo. Test your trivia from Season 1 right through to Season 10 and prepare to be totally bamboozled.

The game is handy for any Friends fan on the go, requiring no board and an easy to carry around in its bitesize wedge case.

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Product Specifications:

Manufacturer Part Number027342
ManufacturerWinning Moves
Product TypeBoard Game
Age Range12+ Years
Product Barcode5036905027342

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i have the wedge which has six empty slots, looks like a pizza. anyway there are no tokens / wedges that go into the round wedge. how do I play the game with the wedge and should there be coloured wedges that fit in it.
These bitesize games are very basic, you just take it in turns rolling the dice and then get asked the question of that colour. You aren't missing anything from the game, as you can see here, this one is the same - I'm not 100% sure of the point of the pizza counter but we think that it might be for if you want to incorporate the friends questions into the main trivial pursuit board game.
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