Rolling Stones Trivial Pursuit

This had sat at work for several days and no one bought it, so I knew I had to be the one to (emotional) rescue the damn thing. It was even still in the shrink wrap!

It has a game board with Stones pictures and logos all over it, and a custom die. Even the category markers (we called them pieces of pie, as kids) have the Stones tongue on them.

There are 400 cards (2400 questions total) covering 6 categories: Hot Rocks, Rewind, Rolled Gold, In Concert, Story Of The Stones, and No Stone Unturned.

The categories cover “the band’s history, music, accomplishments, and more.”

I’m excited to try it out, but my lovely wife refuses to play against me. I wonder why… 😉

30 thoughts on “Rolling Stones Trivial Pursuit

  1. J. says:

    Looks like a pretty sweet find. We should set up one of these FaceTime things for all us blogging folks to have a game! 😉

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    1. keepsmealive says:

      It IS cool! I think… I mean, I haven’t opened it yet because no one will play with me… But it seems cool!

      Oh man, the nicknames just keep on rolling (stones koffkoff) in!

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  2. mikeladano says:

    WOW what a cool find. I love finding sealed board games! The best one was unexpected — Jurassic Park III, sealed for $1 at a church sale. We paid $5 because it was such a great find (and money went to good cause). The game is so fun. Huge board, lots of plastic dinosaur figures. WHo doesn’t love that?

    As for this game, I’m with James — I know that some of these trivia games have questions so obscure that it makes them completely un-fun. I’d buy it too but I doubt it would get much play. GREAT display piece though!

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    1. keepsmealive says:

      You bought a dinosaurs game at a church sale? Think about that for a minute, Mike…

      Display piece? Haha no, I’l find somebody to play against! I hope it’s not too difficult. I think I know the Stones, but I probably don’t.

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      1. mikeladano says:

        HAHAHA I never thought of it that way before, I’m surprised they didn’t burn it now! (Although there is a “museum” in the US that explains that humans used to ride dinosaurs like horses, just like the Flintstones, I shit you not.)

        I had a few of these games, and some questions were just like “WTF”! What is Mark Hammill’s birthday? How about fuck off, that’s his birthday.

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        1. keepsmealive says:

          There’s no end to the idiocy in the world, Mike (haha people riding dinosaurs, that’s cozy).

          You oughta tweet Mark Hamill that his birthday is now the 1st of Fuck Off, see what he thinks!

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            1. keepsmealive says:

              Well he wouldn’t block you if you told the story too, man! Besides, everyone knows his birthday is September 25th. You don’t?

              I agree, it’s gonna be fun – if I ever get to play it!

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          1. mikeladano says:

            I know eh? I tend to go for games with lots of pieces. It doesn’t always work out — I can’t find anyone to play Axis and Allies with — but dad gum, that game has a lot of pieces!

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            1. keepsmealive says:

              Just wanna add: man, we used to play Axis And Allies in high school. What a flashback! We had one buddy who used to always take Australia, then use all his turns to build a massive army. He’d lets us fight and weaken each other, then he’d just roll out and destroy us all.

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  3. James Kalyn says:

    I hope it’s fun. I got the Saturday Night Live Trivial Pursuit for cheap and the questions were so obscure as to make the game basically unplayable. Definitely only for the diehard superfan.

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    1. keepsmealive says:

      An SNL Trivial Pursuit? Man I don’t blame you for buying it, that could be fun. But if the questions were that hard, that sucks.

      I don’t know about this Stones one yet. I haven’t opened the wrapping yet because my lovely wife won’t play against me! 🙂

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