Chocolate Trivial Pursuit


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Ask any board game nut out there (you know who you are) what one addition would make their gaming experience totally complete, and they'll all tell you the same thing (probably): chocolate.

It's a good thing we've got these amazing versions of classic games that feature chocolate as their centrepiece, then. You can tackle the likes of Cluedo, Trivial Pursuit, Scrabble and even the card shark's favourite, Poker, all with the highly beneficial inclusion of some quality Belgian chocolates - a perfect incentive for a chocoholic victory. So the mouth-watering chocolate replaces the chips in Poker, the question cards in Trivial Pursuit, the word squares in Scrabble and the evidence and characters in Cluedo. The actual boards themselves remain boards, which is a pity. But still, the winner of Trivial Pursuit will get a tasty trophy to munch on, while Cluedo players get to eat the characters (which seems unfair if only one of them is a murderer). Scrabble victors get a whopping chocolate coin and whoever triumphs at Poker simply gets to eat their winnings. Be gamble aware, folks.

You'll notice that, all of a sudden, board games such as these become slightly higher-octane when the stakes are chocolate-based, so watch out for devious tactics. You might want to reconsider playing with those people for whom chocolate is a way of life (again, you know who you are). The only other problem we can see is with Cluedo - someone might eat the evidence.

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Customer Reviews

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Choc trivial pursuit

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Was well received by slightly geeky nephew! Nice laugh for Xmas day. Highly recommend.

3 January 2013 by

Great idea

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The Chocolate Trivial Pursuit is good fun and good value for money. It's great for those 'hard-to-buy-for' people.

1 January 2013 by

Great service

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Great after dinner fun! Nice Belgian choc with not too tricky questions suits all ages.

27 December 2012 by

Chocolate Trivia

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It proved to be a welcome gift for a friend who is pretty ill at present, and gave her a few laughs over the Christmas season.

26 December 2012 by


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Love this game, great fun with the chocs.

17 December 2012 by


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The Chocolate Trivial Pursuit is chocolate so it has to be great!

15 December 2012 by

A good choice

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This Chocolate Trivial Pursuit was a joke present for a family member and turned into an evening of entertainment. The questions were hard enough to be interesting and the chocolate certainly added a better incentive to get them right.

26 June 2012 by

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3 questions per chocolate proved quite a challenge in this Chocolate Trivial Pursuit. If you play it as an after dinner game where there are adolescents, some might find it too challenging.

1 January 2012 by


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I bought this Chocolate Trivial Pursuit for someone who is very hard to buy for. He was thoroughly pleased with it and said he would play it on his own so only he could win.

26 December 2011 by


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This Chocolate Trivial Pursuit was ideal for a party. We all really enjoyed playing the game and getting to eat the chocolates.

23 December 2011 by

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This is an amazing game and I think everyone should own it. It's just a pity that you can only play it once!

17 November 2010 by

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