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• Contains 600 questions on the world of music
• This game can be played anywhere
• Special die for 2 or more players
A cute little game, with over 600 questions, taking me back to the days when I used to play Trivial Pursuit as a youngan, getting a square of chocolate every time I got a question right.
The questions on these cards range from easy general knowledge type questions, to very hard. And my players found it very difficult to answer some of the questions.
Though this "Bite Size" set can be mixed with other sets in the series (i.e. Pop Culture), the questions here are very niche, which did lead to frustration with a couple of the players who aren't very schooled on the music industry.
Overall a good game, but I would not recommend this set to anyone who wasn't either very experienced in Music History, or didn't have a few of these bite-sized packs to choose from, to cater to everybody's tastes...
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Kristian Wilson, Nintendo, Inc, 1989