When Anders Celsius created his temperature scale, what was the boiling point of water? Be careful with your answer.
Hundreds of other obscure and interesting facts can be found in this hilarious card game based on the BBC comedy panel show.
Avoid the dreaded klaxon and keep General Ignorance at bay with the essential board game for all QI fans...
Age: 12+ | For 2 or more players
It’s all fun and games until someone loses an eye; then it’s just fun that you can’t see.
The QI Board Game
Contents: Board, QI Klaxon button, 3 dice, 6 pawns, 4 question booklets, rule book
The QI XL Board Game
Extended version of the classic boardgame with 1000 new questions
Portable version of the board game
Contents: Deck of question cards, QI Klaxon button, instructions
In the Polish version of Scrabble, the letter Z is worth one point.
More than 150 million Scrabble sets have been sold in 29 languages since 1948. 30,000 games start every hour.
Games lubricate the body and the mind.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790)
Awesome present for my best friend who loves the show. She loves the game as well, and has nothing but good things to say about it.
Manages to keep the atmosphere and fun from the TV show.
Great for getting everyone involved; doesn't take all day for someone to win, great fun.
Saw it, liked it. Ideal present for QI fans....and at a bargain price.
I think it's wrong that only one company makes the game Monopoly.
In 1984, Alfred Butts, the inventor of scrabble, invented another game called 'Alfred's Other Game'. It never caught on.
During WW2 the British secret service planned to use Monopoly games to help prisoners of war escape.