A Peter Powell's Pop Trivia egy remek társasjáték, 2 - 4 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövidebb, csak 30 - 60 perc. A társast, 12 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni.
The Board is a track from 1975 up to Number 1. Players must answer trivia questions on the UK pop scene for 1960 to 1986. Up to 4 players get their own question book. There are...
The Board is a track from 1975 up to Number 1. Players must answer trivia questions on the UK pop scene for 1960 to 1986. Up to 4 players get their own question book. There are 2,500 questions in the game which is a good number and enhances replay ability.
Before the start each player writes down 10 song titles and keeps that secret.
As you move up the board (usually by rolling a die) you will land on one of 9 types of squares.
IN CONCERT - Pick another player. Pick a number from 1 to 10. That player now has to mime the title on his secret list with the number you chose. You get 2 minutes to get the song title.
BLANK SPACE - You are told a question. Get it right, you can have another turn. Get it wrong and you end your turn.
COVER VERSION - Choose another player and select a number from 1 to 10. That player now reveals the song on his list. You must then sing two consecutive lines in the song. Get it right and you get another turn, Get it wrong and you end your turn.
HYPE - Guilty of illegal song placement. End your turn and go back to Start.
BAN - Having a song banned from the radio is a sure sign of selling lots of copies. Move up 10 spaces on the board.
END OF TURN/FREE GO - No question to answer and continue your turn.
REMIX - Ask a question to any other player from your question book. If that player he stays where hew is. If he gets it wrong he moves 6 spaces down the board.
THE TOP TEN - No dice movement. Instead you answer a question correctly to move 1 space up the board. Get it wrong, you stay where you are. If you are on Square Number 2 you must answer 2 consecutive questions to get to Number One. If you get there first, you are the winner.
The game was an advertising item for Pepsi.
Peter Powell (b.1951) was a very popular BBC Disc-Jockey. His image is on the cover.