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Trivia Crack 101

If you are one of those general knowledge Nazis and love to beat people with mildly interesting facts, we have a game for you. From the developers of Aworded, we present you the most downloaded app of December 2014 on both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store; ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Trivia Crack. Trivia Crack is an online trivia game where the player can compete with his Facebook friends or an unknown stranger for general knowledge about six categories of knowledge. History, Science, Geography, Sports, Entertainment and Arts. Rated 4.5/5 stars, the game is very addictive. Smooth UI, nice music and interesting questions add the interest in game on top of the addiction of winning over others (which, by far in human history, has proven to be the greatest addiction).

The Goal of this game is to master all six categories before the other player does. If 25 rounds are completed and no player has mastered all 6 categories, the person who has mastered more categories will win. If both players have mastered same number of categories, there will be a six question challenge. The one who wins this challenge wins the game. If both players tie this challenge, the player who started the game wins.


Signing up is easy. You can sign up with your Facebook account or with your email information and in seconds, you will be answering your first question in the game. Signing up with Facebook is better as you get a chance to play with your Facebook friends. There is a wheel of fortune at the screen when game starts. There are seven slots in the wheel. Six for all categories and seventh is a special crown slot.

After spinning the wheel, if your wheel stops at any of the six normal slots, a question related to that category will be shown on the screen along with 4 possible answers, you will have to choose the correct answer. You will keep answering the questions as long as you are answering them right. Whenever a player gives incorrect answer to a question, its other players turn. If a player answers three questions in a row, he has a chance to master a category, or to challenge the opponent for one of his masteries.

If the wheel of fortune stops on the special slot (the crown slot), you will be given two options:

Crown Mode: Master a category with answering just one question.

The Challenge Mode: In this mode, you bet your mastery of a category for one mastery of the other player. You will then be presented with six questions. After you answer them, the other player will be presented with the same questions. The player with more correct answers wins. If you win, you will be able to steal the mastery of the other player. If you lose, you will lose the mastery you bet to the other player. So choose this option wisely and try to choose a category you are most confident about. In case you lose, you will have to earn that category again or steal it back from the other player.

If you invite someone to play Trivia Crack with you on Facebook, you will be able to play the first round and then will have to wait for the other player to accept your game invite. The invite can wait for as long as it takes. After the player has accepted the invite, you can play the game with them. Each player has 2 days to play their turn and 30 seconds to answer after the question appears on the screen. If a player does not answer to any question for 2 days, they automatically loses the game. You can also play with a random person. Once you have completed the first round, you will be paired with a person who has also played their first round and then you can carry on.


There are a hundred thousand questions in Trivia Crack which are constantly increasing. The questions range from the ones which a toddler can easily answer to the ones which no one other than field scientists can reply to. The questions are added by the players. After you have answered a question correctly, you can rate that question to improve game experience for others. The questions are user generated so they can be pretty specific or otherwise bad sometimes. Once you have answered a question right, you can see the person who generated the question along with the translator if the question is translated. If you are an enthusiast, you can find that person on your own and appreciate or scold them for that question (I or trivia Crack will not be responsible for any damages you get in return so enter this quest at your own risk).

In Trivia Crack, the player has limited lives which are indicated by heart icons at corner of the screen. There are three lives at the max. Every time the player plays a game, they utilize a life. After all the lives are gone, they can no longer start a new game. Though they can play already started games as normal. A life is earned every hour unless the life capacity is full. If you don’t like to wait, you can buy lives in in-app purchases. Whenever the game is updated, players are given a chance to but infinite lives or to increase their lives capacity.

There are power-ups which help the player throughout the game. These power-ups are shown by small icons at the bottom of the screen.

Extra Time: Usually, there are 30 seconds for the player to answer a question. This power-up will increase that time to 45 seconds.

Bomb: Whenever in doubt, you can use the bomb which destroys two incorrect options and you can choose from the rest of two.

Double Chance: This power-up gives you a second chance if you answer the question wrong.

Skip: You can skip the question you do not know the answer to.

All the power-ups are limited in number and can be bought in in-app purchases or using the coins which are earned by winning the games. These power-ups are helpful in critical situations where you are very close to winning and get stuck on a subject you have no idea about. Try to avoid the purchases using real money though as they can cost you a lot in the long run.

Trivia Crack is currently running version1.9.3 and requires your device to be running at least iOS version 6.0 or later. The game is available to play in over ten different languages, so trivia addicts worldwide will be able to enjoy the game. The game can be downloaded for free from the app store, with the option to purchase further in app content. The game currently has a four and a half star rating with the majority of reviews showing a positive response to the game. The game also has Facebook integration so that you’re able to compete with your friends.

There are multiple in app purchase options available in the game that can really help you out. You can purchase a five life limit which lifts your three life limit up to five, this costs $4.99. If you aren’t really confident in your ability to make five lives last, you can also get endless lives for $24.99. There are also five different coin package options available for purchase; a ten coin package costs ninety nine cents, a fifty five coin package costs $4.99, a one hundred and twenty coin package costs $9.99, a three hundred and twenty coin package $24.99 and a one thousand three hundred coin package costs $99.99. You can also buy extra spins so that you can re-spin if the spinner lands on one of your worst topics; a three spin package costs ninety nine cents, an eighteen spin package costs $4.99 and a one hundred spin package costs $24.99. All of these things are valuable; I highly recommend you keep all them in high supply. There is also an ad free version of the game which costs $2.99 and removes all of those incredibly annoying ads.

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