The 90s is the most thrilling decade of American pop culture. It spawned popular fashion shows, tv shows and sitcoms, diverse forms of life-changing songs, thrilling sports events, hit films, and computer games.
Here are some trivia questions of the 90s pop culture that you can enjoy with your friends. You can challenge yourself or your friends during a sleepover or on a quick break.
- It is often regarded as one of the best video games of its generation. What gaming platform did “GoldenEye 007” debut on?
Answer: Nintendo 64
- As the Pokemon video game craze launched in the United States in 1998, two iterations of the series were published on Game Boy?
Answer: Red and Blue
- What was the name of the virtual pet simulation game that came in a tiny, egg-shaped electronic system and enabled users to eat, play with, and clean up after their pet?
- Who is the “Sesame Street” star who was tickled with laughter and became the Christmas 1996 must-have toy?
- Who is the fictitious female protagonist in the 1996 video game series “Tomb Raider”?
Answer: Lara Croft
- In the 1990s, which wide-leg jeans became a fashion favourite for children?
- What boy band included Justin Timberlake and JC Chasez?
- Who played Kevin McCallister in the blockbuster film, “Home Alone?”
Answer: Macaulay Culkin
- What is the actual name of Courtney Love?
Answer: Courtney Michelle Harrison
- What band did Zac, Isaac, and Taylor form and peaked at the top of the charts in 1997 with the hit single “MMMBop?”
- What year did Princess Diana perish in a Paris traffic crash?
- What is the name of the character from “Friends” who was famous for attempting to seduce women by saying, “How are you doing?”
- What does the abbreviation “AOL” stand for?
Answer: American Online
- What plush toys did Ty Inc. sell that took over the world of toys in the 1990s?
Answer: Beanie Babies
- What dance craze was popularized by Los Del Mar in the 1990s?
- What Nickelodeon animated show starred Tommy, Chuckie, and Angelica?
- In the 1990s, what function was added to portable CD players that enabled both children and adults to enjoy their music without missing a beat?
Answer: Skip Protection
- What snack was the most effective for applying to your fingers and creating witch fingernails?
- Which television show’s theme song began with the following line, “Where has predictability gone?”
Answer: Full house
- What is the title of the first installment of R. L. Stine’s “Goosebumps” series?
Answer: Welcome to Dead House
- Howie Dorough, A. J. McLean, Nick Carter, Brian Littrell and Kevin Richardson comprise what boy band formed in 1993?
Answer: The Backstreet Boys
- Who made Ice Ice Baby famous?
Answer: Vanilla Ice
- In the television series “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” what was the name of the family butler?
- What was the name of the sheep that was effectively cloned for the first time in 1996?
- What reality television program is known to be the first?
Answer: The Real World
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