Big Bang Theory Fact or Fiction Trivia Game

Big Bang Theory Trvia Game

Do you think you’re smarter than Sheldon Lee Cooper, B.S., M.S., M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D.? If so, prove it with this Big Bang Theory Fact or Fiction Trivia Game. This fun game will have you going at it for hours with 1,000 questions based on the TV show and character interests.

Who do you know best? Sheldon, Penny, Leonard, Raj, or Howard. As you go through the rounds and answer the tough questions, you may even stop to play a round of Rock, Paper, Scissors, Lizard and Spock. Get a step up on your competition and rehearse the words to Soft Kitty with your very own Singing Plush Soft Kitty.

Big Bang Theory Fact or Fiction Trvia Game

Throw a Bazinga or two out there, but don’t let your competition get to close. As Sheldon would probably say, “Inferior minds are something the rest of you have to live with.”

The Big Bang Theory Fact or Fiction Trivia Game is available at Amazon.com from $19.99.

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14 Responses to “Big Bang Theory Fact or Fiction Trivia Game”

  1. Didn’t get the instruction manual with my game, will someone please share. Thanks

    • Hey Everyone, Someone answered me on another site and this is their reply.

      “The instructions aren’t actually that helpful. Put your piece on any fact space to begin. The youngest player goes first. Roll the die and move that many spaces in any direction. The player to the left reads the appropriate card. If you answer correctly you get to take a character card and put it face up in front of you.

      You win the game when you have collected one of each of the 5 character cards.

      If you land on the rock, paper, scissors, lizard, Spock space you choose another player to play against. The winner gets to take any of his/her opponent’s character cards. In addition to the standard rock, paper, scissors rules you need to know that:
      rock crushes lizard
      lizard poisons Spock
      Spock smashes scissors
      scissors decapitates lizard
      lizard eats paper
      paper disproves Spock
      Spock vaporizes rock
      The hand symbols are on the middle of the board.
      The instructions do NOT say whether you are to take another turn if you answer correctly. Also there are some typos on the cards. Perhaps they wanted to roll the game out before Christmas and rushed a bit? The amount of drawing also seems a bit unnecessary, but all in all it is a fun game. ENJOY!”

      Let’s give it a whirl…

  2. Got the game for Christmas no instructions. How is the game played????????

  3. Did not get instructions with my game either. We need to know how to play.
    Thanks

  4. I didn’t get the instructions either, i feel that in place of the instructions, there should have been a card that said bazinga!

  5. The instructions aren’t actually that helpful. Put your piece on any fact space to begin. The youngest player goes first. Roll the die and move that many spaces in any direction. The player to the left reads the appropriate card. If you answer correctly you get to take a character card and put it face up in front of you.

    You win the game when you have collected one of each of the 5 character cards.

    If you land on the rock, paper, scissors, lizard, Spock space you choose another player to play against. The winner gets to take any of his/her opponent’s character cards. In addition to the standard rock, paper, scissors rules you need to know that:

    rock crushes lizard
    lizard poisons Spock
    Spock smashes scissors
    scissors decapitates lizard
    lizard eats paper
    paper disproves Spock
    Spock vaporizes rock

    The hand symbols are on the middle of the board.
    The instructions do NOT say whether you are to take another turn if you answer correctly. Also there are some typos on the cards. Perhaps they wanted to roll the game out before Christmas and rushed a bit? The amount of drawing also seems a bit unnecessary, but all in all it is a fun game. ENJOY!

  6. Are you only supposed to move on one of the electron cloud rings? Rather than my first assumption that you can go all around and choose your own path?

  7. There are typos on the “Fact” and “Fiction” cards. This game would not stand up to Sheldon’s standards. (or any other OCD person’s).

  8. Cannot figure out a given path…goes everywhere/anywhere…need a path to follow!!!!!!

  9. Thank I didn’t get instruction either. Oh so theres drawing stuff kool I was wondering what the pad was for.
    Thanx for the post of the instructions guys

  10. What is the deal with the Fiction cards? The instructions ( mine actually had them in it ) does not explain how to use the cards. You read the question and the answer it gives is wrong -often obscurely wrong,
    Is the player suppose to guess the wrong answer?
    Are you suppose to read the answer and ask if it is fiction or fact?
    How do you use these cards?

  11. Why are there 2 questions on the fact and fiction cards? The instructions say nothing about which question to use or why there are two.

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