Seinfeld is one of the best shows ever to air on American television. Even though the show’s run has ended, the nine seasons will never leave our hearts. I can still hear the theme in my head sometimes! With such a storied history, Seinfeld will live on forever in pop culture.
If you’re a fan like me, (and I’m assuming that you are since you clicked on this article), I’m sure you enjoy Seinfeld trivia! To my surprise, there are only two major Seinfeld trivia board games on the market at the moment, but both are worth your attention.
If I had to recommend one game, it would be Scene It? Seinfeld. The game has great reviews and is amazing for parties and gatherings with friends and family. All you have to do is invite some people over and make sure they love Seinfeld as much as you. Or play with people that are less knowledgeable, if you want to be the only one that has fun!
Picking a game can be difficult. In our case, we don’t have a lot to choose from! Still, if you’re struggling to pick between the two, consider how you will use the game.
For starters, how and when will you play? Are you looking for a game that you can play at parties, or a board game for long nights with the family? Scene It? Seinfeld can do both! There is a Party Play function, which you can use to entertain your guests at parties without focusing too much on the gameplay aspect.
If you’re planning on traveling with the game, definitely grab the tin version of the Seinfeld Trivia Game. Alternatively, you can buy the whole board game and take only the cards with you on your road trip. It’s important to note that the game is quite challenging, so it’s better for a more knowledgeable fan.
If you’re looking for an easier game, opt for Scene It? Seinfeld! The gameplay is much simpler too, whereas the other game is quite complex. You should also think about how much money you’re willing to spend, and if you’re willing to spend any at all!
After all, there are free options too. Check out the Online Trivia section later in this article to learn about websites that will quiz you on Seinfeld for free. You can use the questions in your own trivia nights or simply play for fun in the comfort of your own home. Whichever option you choose, we can guarantee that you’ll want to re-watch an episode or two!
Scene It? is a popular game format that many people know and love. The game partnered with Seinfeld to create the Scene It? Seinfeld interactive DVD game.
The DVD comes with clips from all nine seasons of the show. The set also includes four collectible metal tokens for the biggest Seinfeld fans, 200 trivia cards, and 30 buzz cards. The eight-sided die that is also included in the game will decide the question category for every player.
The gameplay is very simple. You answer questions after viewing a famous scene from the show or stick to trivia cards. You have to compete in final All Play to Win or the Final Cut challenges to win the game.
The DVD comes with a Party Play function in case you’re having some people over and don’t want to be stuck to a table while playing. The DVD will shuffle through scenes and challenges automatically, so you won’t have to do anything. Just answer the questions and enjoy!
Some reviews have pointed out that the music on the DVD is rather annoying. If you encounter this issue, just lower the volume on the TV. Besides, there is a good mix of questions of varying difficulty levels. Scene It? Seinfeld is great for fun times with friends and family!
- 2 or more players
- produced in 2008
Seinfeld Trivia Game (Pressman)
The Seinfeld Trivia Game will give you the opportunity to live your best Seinfeld life for a few hours. Visit Jerry, Elaine, George, and Kramer as you race around the game board. Guess the quote in Monk’s Diner and have fun with your friends. The game allows for two-to-four players at a time.
The questions are quite challenging, which is perfect for seasoned trivia whizzes and Seinfeld viewers. One disadvantage of the game is that the setup is quite complex and there are a lot of rules, so Seinfeld Trivia Game is not for those looking for a casual gaming experience.
If you don’t enjoy the rules, however, you can ditch the board and play with the cards alone. Take the cards with you on a road trip and play in the car to pass the time. You can find a tin version of the same game that consists of just 149 game cards with 298 questions. That version is especially great for traveling.
- See how much you remember about Jerry, Elaine, George, Kramer and all their friends and families
- Two levels of play
- Features questions from all 9 seasons
- Packaged in a tin with 149 game cards with 298 trivia questions, and rules card
- 2 to 4 adult players
Honorable Mention: In Pursuit of Nothing: the Seinfeld Board Game
Seinfeld is a show about nothing, in the best way possible. There is no actual plot, and thus this game invites you to follow the pursuit of nothing. Unfortunately, it’s no longer available for purchase, but it’s worth a mention.
In the game, you’re invited to imagine you’re having lunch with George. George is as cheap as they come, so you’ll probably have to pay his tab. The goal of the game is to contribute as little as possible to George’s lunch tab.
Players attempt to do this by answering questions correctly and transferring their earnings to other players. If you answer correctly, you get to transfer your earnings to your opponent. The goal is to have no money. The first one to reach that goal wins.
The game did not consist of Seinfeld trivia, but challenges instead. It had a very short life, so sadly we can only read about its glorious past.
Online Trivia – Best Seinfeld Quizzes
If you don’t want to spend money on a physical game or you’re just tired of board games, try playing online! The internet has all kinds of trivia, and Seinfeld trivia is no exception. You can answer questions on your own or play against opponents online. Play against yourself and try to improve your score.
You can even use the questions you find in your own trivia night. Show these websites to your trivia night host and help them prepare the quiz.
If you follow the link, you will find 50 questions that will determine just how well you actually know Seinfeld. It shouldn’t take a genuine fan too long to answer all the questions correctly.
However, it is worth noting that some questions are based on the actors rather than the characters, so you need to gather some background knowledge about the filming of the show.
Zoo claims to have the ultimate Seinfeld quiz on the internet. If you’re confident about knowing every little detail of the show, you should take the quiz! And if not, maybe it’s time to re-watch all nine seasons to refresh your memory. For those who are completely lost, each question comes with a hint. You can choose to view it or answer without it.
Sporcle brings us not only one Seinfeld quiz, but a whole variety of Seinfeld trivia! You can click on one of the popular ones, such as Seinfeldisms and Seinfeld Characters by Quote.
If you’re a bit more experienced, choose something niche, like Seinfeld: Minor Details. The more popular quizzes are more frequently played and tend to be a bit easier, but don’t rely on that!
Britannica offers you a chance to test your knowledge about Seinfeld in a time-limited online quiz. You only get 10 seconds for each question, so you better put your thinking hat on! The faster you answer, the better, but it has to be correct! You can play several times and try to beat your own score.
You can find 112 Seinfeld trivia questions on the Fun Trivia website at the moment. This is not a traditional online quiz, as all the answers are on display. It’s best to play with someone and print the questions out in advance. That way you can ask each other questions and your opponent won’t know the answers. You can also just download all 112 questions for your upcoming trivia night.
Good Luck and Yada Yada Yada!
This sitcom came into our lives in 1989, and for many of us it never left. If you want to keep the legacy going and show off your Seinfeld knowledge, try one of the games mentioned above.
Start with online trivia; it’s free! And then, once you run out of questions, you can move on to board games. Alternatively, if you want the chance to play with your friends, purchase one of the board games for home.
Did we miss anything? Do you have a favorite Seinfeld trivia game? If so, share it with us in the comment section!