Test your knowledge of The Big Bang Theory with The Big Bang Theory Fact or Fiction Trivia Game. The game comes with a gameboard, a die, eight character moving pieces, eight plastic moving piece stands, a fact cards deck, a fiction cards deck, a The Big Bang Theory character cards deck, and a pad of paper. The object of the game is to collect a complete set of five character cards by answering enough fact and fiction trivia questions correctly.
On your turn, roll the die and move your playing piece that many spaces in any direction along the path. Follow the directions for the space on which you land. Almost all spaces direct you to draw a card. If you have to draw a fact card, the questions on these cards will test your knowledge of science, math, and trivia about The Big Bang Theory. You may be asked to draw a hydrogen atom, solve an equation, or answer a question about Howard. Fiction cards challenge your smarts' about the characters' interests. These cards include trivia questions about comic books and video games, as well as activities, such as draw characters from their favorite TV shows. If you answer a fact or fiction card correctly, draw a character card and place it character-side up in front of you.
When you land on Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock spaces, choose another player to play a round of Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock. The winner gets to take any of his opponent's character cards.
The Big Bang Theory Fact or Fiction Trivia Game is for two to eight players.
The Big Bang Theory Fact or Fiction Trivia Game will definitely appeal most to fans of the TV show. The majority of the questions are all about the show, so it's only going to be fun for those who regularly watch the show. It's a fun party game that tests your knowledge of the show, as well as the interests (math, science) of the show's characters.
The Big Bang Theory Fact or Fiction Trivia Game is for The Big Bang Theory fans ages 12 and up.
The game comes with paper, but you'll need to provide your own pen or pencil.
Many of the answers in this game may be subject to scrutiny. If there is any dispute between the question reader and the answer giver, the two parties will immediately play a round of Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock to decide the outcome. The hand symbols for Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock are located on the center of the gameboard, in case you need a refresher.
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