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Rick and Morty Trivial Pursuit Answers All the Questions in the Multiverse

by Shane McGlaun
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Trivial Pursuit is generally one of those games some hate to play, and others love. The original game had questions based on all sorts of general knowlege, and there are numerous versions for fans of specific movies or shows. Not long ago we talked about a Harry Potter Trivial Pursuit game that was for fans of the Potterverse. Now, Rick and Morty fans can get a set of their own themed question cards for their Trivial Pursuit.

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The card set includes 600 Ricktacular questions for you to try and answer. Categories include Frienemies, Technology & Science, Locations, Rick and the Family, History & Events, and a Wubalubadubdub Wild Card. The set includes the question cards, a storage box, and a die, but you’ll need to BYO game board, player pie pieces, and portal gun.

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Naturally, given some of the crazy sh*t that happens on the show, the game is recommended for ages 17 and up. Entertainment Earth is offering the game for pre-order now for $19.99 and shipping will happen next month.

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