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Let's play old school Trivial Pursuit!

Remember the game that took the 1980's by storm? Everyone was playing the "Genus" edition of Trivial Pursuit, which sold over 20 million games at its peak in 1984. With dozens of versions released in the following years, let's see how well you do on questions from the original game. Put yourself in an 80's state of mind...

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