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In , the game's popularity peaked in 1984, a year in which over 20 million games were sold.[] The rights to the game were initially licensed to in 1982, then to (now part of ) in 1988, after initially being turned down by the ; in 2008 Hasbro bought the full rights, for US$80 million. As of 2004, nearly 88 million games had been sold in 26 countries and 17 languages. Northern Plastics of produced 30,000,000 games between 1983 and 1985. In December 1993, Trivial Pursuit was named to the "Games Hall of Fame" by Games magazine. An online version of was launched in September 2003.

In , the game's popularity peaked in 1984, a year in which over 20 million games were sold.[] The rights to the game were initially licensed to in 1982, then to (now part of ) in 1988, after initially being turned down by the ; in 2008 Hasbro bought the full rights, for US$80 million. As of 2004, nearly 88 million games had been sold in 26 countries and 17 languages. Northern Plastics of produced 30,000,000 games between 1983 and 1985. In December 1993, Trivial Pursuit was named to the "Games Hall of Fame" by Games magazine. An online version of was launched in September 2003.

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