Welcome to our ‘80s trivia game! Get ready to test your knowledge of the incredible decade that was the '80s. From the rise of MTV and the birth of the personal computer, to the development of the internet and the debut of the World Wide Web, the '80s was a time of incredible cultural, technological, and political change. From iconic films and music to ground-breaking politicians and sporting events, the '80s had something for everyone. So dust off your shoulder pads and get ready to see how much you remember about this amazing decade. Good luck!
1) Which 1984 movie won four Academy Awards, including Best Picture?
2) What soft drink was created and released in the United States in 1985?
3) In what year did the video game console Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) come out?
4) What pop star released his album "Thriller" in 1982?
5) Who was the president of the United States in the 1980s?
6) In what year did the mobile phones become widely available to consumers?
7) How many satellites make up the Global Positioning System (GPS)?
8) What was the best selling car in the United States during the 1980s?
9) What did the band "Wham!" have their breakthrough hit with in the United Kingdom in 1982?
10) What was the highest grossing movie of the decade?
11) What disco group released the song "Stayin' Alive" in 1977?
12) What was the most popular type of music in the 1980s?
13) What video game company released the game "Donkey Kong" in 1981?
14) What was the name of the first home video game console released by Atari in 1977?
15) In what year did the Space Shuttle launch for the first time?
16) In what year did the first compact disc (CD) player come out?
17) What was the name of the first handheld electronic game released in 1979 by Mattel?
18) What year did MTV launch as the first 24-hour video music channel?
19) Which musician released the album "Back in Black" in 1980?
20) What was the first arcade game released by Nintendo in 1980?
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