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Quizboard

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iPhone
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4.0
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Description

Quizboard is a turn-based quiz game for two players. Each player has seven random questions in their inventory at the start of each turn. There are six possible question categories shown by the color and symbol of the question token. These are Entertainment (pink), Science & Nature (green), Geography (blue), History (yellow), Sports & Leisure (orange), and Arts & Literature (brown). The questions in the inventory also shows what subcategory the question belongs to. For example the orange Sports & Leisure can be of type Golf, American Sports, Olympic Sports, Tennis, and so on.

Each turn the player may place up to five questions on a game board. Once placed, the player must select an answer from four available options within a time limit. Answering several correct questions in a row grant additional bonus points. The first correct answer scores 100 points, the second 200 points, and so on to the maximum of 500 points. Giving an incorrect answer will break the chain, but the player may start a new chain until he has answered five questions.

There are several different game boards available where some areas blocks the player from putting down questions pieces. Other areas has multipliers which grant additional points if answered correctly.

The player may choose to swap questions, or combine questions of the same main category for an additional multiplier. All possible multipliers are combined, making it possible to score several thousand points on one correct answer.

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Quizboard iPhone Main menu
Quizboard iPhone A typical question
Quizboard iPhone Available boards
Quizboard iPhone Wrong answer

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