Trivia games have been a part of entertaining for many years, but really became popular when the game of Trivial Pursuit came out in the 80’s.
Trivia games are a good way of testing or proving someone’s memory capacity of useless facts.
If someone has endless knowledge of endless categories, they should probably move directly to the game show Jeopardy.
For the rest of us though, who are knowledgeable in some areas but know little about other areas, we are the ones that trivia games were invented for. When you can find a trivia game about YOUR specialty, that’s when you can shine.
Trivia games can be as simple as a true, false question, a multiple choice question, or just a blank to fill in with the answer for each question. The type of game isn’t as important as the variety of the material in the questions you ask.
When you have a Trivia Night it is best to have three or four different games of about 10 to 15 questions per game. That way there are short breaks every few minutes and you can spice it up with some little prizes for each game.
Sample Trivia Questions from our Trivia Games
Big Bang Theory Trivia, What is the name of Raj’s sister?
Caddyshack Trivia, What is the name of the club’s Golf Course?
Catholic Trivia, What is the name of the box on the sanctuary wall which holds the holy oils?
College Bowl Trivia, Which legendary coach made the most Rose Bowl appearances?
Comlete the Bible Verse, "Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is __ ____ ________; the old has gone, the new has come!" 2 Cor. 5:17
Disney Trivia, What is the name of the Mouse in the Dumbo movie?
Fishing Trivia, Name two types of Fly fishing? _______, ________
Ice-Breaker Games, Who does not have a smart phone?, Who currently has a band-aid on a finger?
Friends Trivia, What does Phoebe’s boyfriend, Vince do for a living?
Fun Challenge Quiz, List three words that rhyme with dig.
Golf's Majors Trivia, In 1986 what flamboyant golfer was the 1st to surpass $1 million in earnings?
Godfather Trivia, What is Vito Corleone said to carry in his pocket “like so many nickels and dimes”?
History Trivia, Which U.S. Vice President killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel?
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