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Trivia Crack

Main screen

Start a game

Spin the wheel

Pop quiz, hot shot

Subtle encouragement

Challenge mode

Career stats

Settings, additional options

The hottest game in both the Android and iOS app stores brings back memories of Trivial Pursuit, but watch out for in-app purchases.

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This is the main screen of Trivia Crack. From here you can track progress on open games, view your past games or start a new game.

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Starting a game is easy. Pick a few different options, select a friend (if you so desire) and start answering questions.

Once you get a question wrong, the other person is sent a game invite to join you.

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The wheel holds the power to decide what category your next question will come from. Land on the crown, you can select the category yourself.

As you earn characters, the blank placeholders under your username fill in.

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One example of a question in Trivia Crack. Along the bottom are power-ups you can enable at any time so long as you have enough coins.

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Randomly you're encouraged to do better when the spinning wheel lands on a category you're not performing well in. Conversely, you're alerted in a similar fashion after leveling up or unlocking additional rewards.

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The end result of a Challenge match gone wrong (for me). In Challenge mode you're put up against a list of players and tasked with answering thirteen questions as fast as you can.

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This screen details how good, or bad, of a Trivia Crack player you are. It even breaks down your performance based on trivia category.

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The slide out drawer within the app reveals options to add your own questions, rate questions from fellow users among other tasks such as viewing your career stats and connecting social networks to the app.

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