Well this was rather unexpected – a sequel to 2015’s evidently-enough-of-a-hit Trivial Pursuit Live, turning the board game into a gameshow you can play on or offline. It’s been developed by Snap Finger Click of It’s Quiz Time fame. £16.24 at time of recording, is it worth it, and is it all that different to the original?
MEANWHILE on Sunday night we’re holding a Switch Mario Kart Tournament. The important thing to note is that it’s 8:30pm to 10pm UK and you will need a code to get in. You can drop in and out as you please, but the winner will be the person with the most points after 90 minutes.
The code to join is 0923-4078-7755.
Anyone can join. However there may be different rooms in play depending on when you join. If you’re not with a large group that means a) there are more than 12 people in the tournament or b) you’ve been placed in a different room. My advice to you is to quit out and rejoin and if the timing’s right you’ll get into the right room.
I’m going to do another Mario Kart session next Saturday, but this will be me inviting Switch friends unless this tournament is massive – details to come next week.