Trivia MachineTrivia Machine
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 | Added on: September 8, 2010
This is one of those clever, excellent games that may somehow be overlooked. Remember Trivia Pursuit? Well, you either hated it or loved it. I loved it. If you did too, then you will love this game. It has everything a trivia buff would enjoy, from the arts, history, to movies and music, and even sports. You can choose your category and difficulty level. It offers a bonus speed round, and is fun to play alone or with a companion. It has a clever spinning machine that pulls up random questions. It offers free updated question downloads and is a true bargain. It's wonderful entertainment and you get to test your knowledge in a fun unique way. This could be fun for the whole family, and the kids might even pick up a bit of history along the way.
 | Added on: November 23, 2009
The reason I played this game was because there were no reviews for it. I found it to be okay for about an hour of play (the free download) as the questions were interesting but most rather difficult in my opinion. Also rather fast paced as you have to answer the questions in a matter of a few seconds. I was okay with it for an hour but no more as I got bored with it and won't be purchasing the full version of this game.
 | Added on: January 13, 2011
Good game to learn from, could use a few more different catagories, but I like the ones they have.
 | Added on: March 7, 2011
I really like this game. I enjoy trivia, and this game keeps my mind sharp because I have to think. There is, however, one issue I have. Two of the questions give incorrect answers. The first is a History question; the second question is in the Television category. The name of Leningrad was changed to St. Petersburg. The game gave a different answer, so I was not credited with having a correct answer. The Television question asked what game show started with "State your name and sign in, please." I gave "What's My Line" as my answer and was not credited with it as being correct. The game gave "To Tell the Truth" as the correct answer. I used to watch that game show when I was young, and know I gave the correct answer. Otherwise, I really enjoy playing this game.

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