Trivia from Anirog Software is only the second program I've seen based on the incredibly popular and vastly overpriced board game Trivial Pursuit. The idea of the game is to correctly answer a vast number of questions about utterly unimportant topics. The fun from the game derives precisely from the banal nature of the questions. They require the sort of worthless information that we all accumulate, but is never usually tested.
This computer version of the game has one major virtue which is the storage (in four separately loaded chunks) of over 1,400 questions. Beyond that the game has nothing to recommend it -the screen layout is clumsy and messy, the kind of thing you might see from the most basic of basic programs. It also requires two players or more who have to answer the questions aloud, the computer provides the answer and you tell it whether you got the question right or wrong.
I realise there are obvious a problems with a 'play against the computer option' and that having to type in the answers might involve problems of recognition when answers aren't expressed in the exact form the computer has stored them. Nevertheless, beyond the process of typing in those 1,400 questions, there's the feeling that no effort has been put into this one - it's a big database and no more. If all you want is 1,400 questions then this is OK. As a complete fully presented game, it's poor.