The sequel to one of the most popular trivia games, Trivia Crack, has arrived. Trivia Crack Kingdoms brings the same fun battles of wits against friends, but with interesting twists and features. With slightly different gameplay, a variety of specific trivia channels, and the ability to create your own channel, this new game takes the trivia competition to the next level.
In Trivia Crack Kingdoms, you are presented with a set of boxes on each turn. Tap a box to see which mode you will play. For example, uncover a Mark and you must answer the question correctly to keep playing or reveal a Queen and answer five questions within the time limit. The box you really want is the King, because answering his question correctly will give you a crown and need five crowns to beat your opponent.
Channels and questions
The variety of specific channels is a great feature of this game. There are the standard categories you are used to with Trivia Crack like art, entertainment, and sports. But, you can also choose from baseball, superheroes, news, fashion, and more. There are even channels for popular television shows and movies like “The Walking Dead” and “Star Wars.”
The format for the questions is the same as Trivia Crack where you are presented with multiple choice answers and must choose the correct one before time runs out. But, you may get lucky with one of your box choices and be able to eliminate a couple of wrong answers.
You can create your own channel and trivia questions, which is a terrific game feature. So, if you know a lot about a certain topic, give it a try. Another nice option with Trivia Crack Kingdoms is that you can play the Multichannel mode where you are given questions from channels you follow or try Single Channel mode where you pick the topic from your list.
As a Trivia Crack fan, I was very excited to try out the sequel and am not disappointed. The addition of the boxes means there is a surprise each time as to which mode you play, so that brings added enjoyment. My favorite feature is the specific channels you can choose and hopefully there will be many more on the way.
Trivia Crack Kingdoms is universal and available for free on the App Store with in-app purchases for more lives and coins.
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