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For any given wedge question, each player can only answer once. Any Square Will Do The fastest way to play a full game of Trivial Pursuit, and a house rule for impatient families across the nation. 2+ players Requires: Trivial Pusuit Game type: Tweak Duration: Short Style: Normal, Trivia The simplest way to speed up Trivial Pursuit is to give players a wedge whenever they answer a question correctly, instead of only when they’re on a special space. To win, you still need to collect six wedges in six different colours – but you don’t have to trek around the board, and you don’t need to return to the middle and answer another question.

Tips: Be careful when choosing which question to read out. A good question is one that has a large range of potential answers. Generally speaking, any question that can be answered with a noun (or a person’s name) is good – even an abstract question like “Why did…” can usually be stretched to work. The only bad questions tend to be the over-specific ones – “Which city…” will struggle for a funny response, and any question that asks for a year is either going to be unanswerable or dull. Judy Garland on the Moon with a Bassoon A fast, silly game where you’ll find out just how hard it is to draw tennis stars and minor movie actors of the 1980s.

Generally speaking, any question that can be answered with a noun (or a person’s name) is good – even an abstract question like “Why did…” can usually be stretched to work. The only bad questions tend to be the over-specific ones – “Which city…” will struggle for a funny response, and any question that asks for a year is either going to be unanswerable or dull. Judy Garland on the Moon with a Bassoon A fast, silly game where you’ll find out just how hard it is to draw tennis stars and minor movie actors of the 1980s.

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