Play for the pursuit of fun with Trivial Pursuit and challenge what you know! The brand new game from EA has an incredible 1000 questions to keep you playing again and again. Fill your pie with wedges in Classic mode or race against the clock to be first past the finish line in all new Pursuit mode. Whether you are a master of Entertainment or Geography you can take on all the best categories in this fun game for everyone!
The 5800 version of this game makes good use of the touch screen facilities of the device. I play mainly with a thumbnail, or with the plectrum, and it works well. The game is slick, smooth, runs full screen. The pursuit mode is fun too. After several hours of gameplay (about 4 or 5 I guess) I am beginning to see questions that I have seen before, but there are 1000 questions in this set, so its not too bad. The format is for the questions to have multiple choice answers. As a non-us resident, it was nice to see that the questions had a fairly international flavour, though history tended to be a lot of us history, and sport has a number of us sport questions about sporting teams from there. Overall, they are a minority, and i'm pretty happy with the mix. The standard trivial pursuit mode is fun, though you only play against a single opponent, and you don't get to see their questions. This makes for quick play, but can result in sudden upset wins for your opponent. You can adjust the skill levels as your own knowledge of the questions deepens, which is a nice touch. Also the pursuit mode has a nice race-against-the-clock twist that adds extra pressure, and a medal system that makes it enticing enough to replay. I guess my main gripe is that there just aren't enough questions, but I would probably not be satisfied with 10, 000! So overall seems good.
This mobile version of trivial pursuit has provided me with many a great game of answering many hard and difficult wide-ranging questions from all over the world. It follows the basic setup of the board game version in that you trek around the game board answering questions on subjects like sport and entertainment. It is still a race against the game's artificial intelligence (a. I.) to collect the necessary rewards and head back to the centre of the board for that final demanding but random question. It has different degrees of difficulty from easy to hard. I have won many games but still lose from time to time. I recommend this game as one of the best that I have ever bought for my phone.
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Brill game! If you love your trivia I recommend this game, it keeps me entertained for hours, if you complete the normal game there are different types of gameplay like trying to get gold on every level. I think this is an ace game to have if you like trivia and if your bad at trivia this will help you learn :d cannot find anything bad to say about this game!