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American Trivia Board Game: Family Edition

Manufacturer: Outset Media

Model Number: 18015

Recommended Age: Ages 9 and up

Availability: In stock



Shipping Weight: 3 pounds

Model Number: 18015

Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 10.5 x 3 inches


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What is the capital of Utah? Who was the 3rd President of the United States? How many days did the Cuban Missile Crisis last? Unlike most trivia games, American Trivia features mostly knowledge-based significant content rather than trivial tidbits.

-Cards have two sides: one with easier questions (junior side) and the other with more difficult questions (expert side), allowing families of all ages to play the board game together.
-Includes 1,440 expert level questions in four categories (geography, history, arts, & general) and 1,080 junior level questions in three categories (geography, history, & general).
-Made in the USA using environmentally-friendly inks and recycled paper.

About Outset Media:
In an age of the Internet and video games, Outset Media believes traditional games encourage family interaction and communication. Whether it is spending time with your family, an evening out with friends, or time in the classroom - playing board games is an excellent way to have fun together. Outset Media is committed to developing games that create truly memorable social experiences. They manufacture games that are built to last, with quality construction and materials.

Outset Media has family board games for all ages, including a great collection of preschool games from Noggin Playground. Outset is also known for its popular brain games from MindTrap, as well as the brain teasers from Noggin Workshop, like The Ultimate Brain Challenge and travel card games like IQ Squares and IQ Busters. Children love their award winning card game, Professor Noggin's, which includes 39 titles spanning subjects from history to geography to nature and science; it's a fun, engaging, and entertaining educational card game that parents can appreciate. For some laugh out loud fun for large parties, try What? and Family Charades-In-A-Box. Because games matter.