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Don't Quote Me Trivia Game

Don't Quote Me Trivia Game - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Think you know everything about TV? Test your knowledge of quotes from TV's biggest stars and shows with the board game, Don't Quote Me. Check out reviews of toys and games for kids on Kidzworld.

If you're a TV junky who spends hours watching everything from sitcoms and gameshows to sports and commericals, Don't Quote Me - TV Guide Edition may be the game from you. Don't Quote Me is a trivia board game that tests your knowledge of quotes for television's biggest shows, stars and actors. Your goal in the game is to move around the board by correctly naming the speakers of the quotes you're asked about. The first player to return to your home space wins. The rules are simple and the game is really fun, especially if you watch a lot of television.

The one downside to Don't Quote Me - TV Guide Edition is that many of the quotes are from television shows you may not have heard of - so don't be surprised if your parents kick butt on this one. But don't worry... if you're not a big television fan, Don't Quote Me is putting out a TIME For Kids Edition this spring, with questions that are more suited for kids aged 10 to 14. Look for it in stores in April, 2005.

Don't Quote Me Trivia Game - Thumbs Up

  • Three different scoring levels means players of different abilities can play.
  • Hundreds of amusing trivia questions from television shows, characters and stars.
  • Easy rules makes for speedy game play.
  • Don't Quote Me Trivia Game - Thumbs Down

  • Don't expect to beat your 'rents or older siblings at this game. Lots of questions on TV shows from before you were even born.
  • Don't Quote Me Trivia Game Rating: 3
    Age:14 and up.
    Price Range: 2

    Price Range Legend
    $0-$15 = 1
    $16-$30 = 2
    $31-$45 = 3
    $46-$60 = 4
    $60+ = 5

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