A new web site is challenging men and women so see who is better at the classic trivia game Trivial Pursuit. Known as the Trivial Pursuit Experiment, the web site allows players to log in and answer as many questions as they want to. (As of this morning, the men's team led 682,000 to 515,000.)
But be careful, because Trivial Pursuit can be addictive. Comedian Ricky Gervais recently said, "Forget [my] Hollywood career. Trivial Pursuit comes first. I hate it when my friend gets asked who Mickey Mouse's girlfriend is and then I get asked what Kierkegaard's first essay was."
Trivial Pursuit Team Edition, the latest edition of Trivial Pursuit, will be available this holiday season. It includes six new question formats, including multiple choice and "name six." Trivial Pursuit Team Edition is also played in rounds, which means that players do not collect wedges as in previous version of the game.
Image courtesy of Hasbro