Quiz games are hot and here are a few reviews on this topic. Maybe you’d like to put your money where your mouth is, when it comes to trivia. Fleetwit features live real-time “brain races” where participants try to solve puzzles and answer trivia questions correctly and as quickly as possible. There are a variety of races that you can participate in for free, but users can also buy credits (or earn them through in-app actions) to participate in higher tier brain races with winners scoring prizes like cash or gift certificates. An update to the game now lets you challenge others – including celebrities – to a battle of wits.
If you’re looking for a rowdy trivia game to break out at your next party, check out Smart Ass by University Games, a fast-paced trivia game in which players don’t have to wait their turn to yell out the answer and advance around the board as they solve clues. Smart Ass is designed for two to six players, and it’s best for teens and adults, as you might have guessed from its name alone. The game comes with a game board, six playing pieces, more than 400 question cards, a pair of jumbo dice and instructions. During gameplay, participants take turns rolling the dice and reading out the clues on the question cards. Each question card contains eight hints that will help you guess the answer, and the first person to figure out the correct response simply yells it out.
Silicon Flip : The rules of this game are very simple. The game begins by you flipping a virtual coin and predicting whether the coin will land heads or tails side up. If you are correct then you get 1 point, but if you are wrong then you are given a general knowledge quiz question to answer. If you get the question right then your score will remain unchanged, but if you get it wrong then you lose 1 point. This process is then repeated until you either run out of time – you only have 5 minutes to complete the game – or you reach the 10 points needed to win. More on General knowledge game.
I mean this with no disrespect, but The Q is the trivia app equivalent to The Little Tank Engine Who Could. This app popped up shortly after HQ Trivia began making waves in beta for both iOS and Android, and I’ve been tracking its growth through to 2018. I appreciate the lack of an annoying and pointless chat system, and the player pool is significantly smaller than HQ or Live.me, but The Q is the one app I’ve seen taking trying new things. They now regularly holding Survivor games where the questions keep coming until one player remains. They’ve also advertised some fun theme nights, including a Star Wars trivia show around the premiere of The Last Jedi.