Trivia is a skill game where the player must answer questions about general knowledge. Each issue has a point value depending on its difficulty, with different options to choose as an answer and must do so within a specific time.The objective of the game is to get the maximum number of points by correctly answering the questions.
Tournaments and events can be played daily. General Culture and also thematic matches are played: TV, Music, Sports, Art, Science, Cinema, History, Geography, Literature, Auto, Chess, Miscellaneous, and Pink Sauce.
More than 100 entertaining events such as The Immortal, Burning Troy, Decalogue, Spiral staircase, Relay race, The Paladin, The weakest opponent, Without feet or head, The infiltrate, among others.
The player must read the question and click on the correct option. If successful, add the points that each item is worth. The player who has scored the most points wins the game.
Each player can create their problem by choosing the game options they prefer. The theme, degree of difficulty, number of players, time to respond, bonus, or extra point they earn if they answer correctly before another player, rating, ranks, and trusts. Then it appears in the right panel of the screen and the user who wants to play clicks and enters the game.
To play the competition, you must be in an available state, double click, and register. The game options of the matches are 21 questions, 12 seconds of response time, with rating, with a bonus.
The administrator makes events. Each game has its rules, and they are announced before the beginning.
The Chromecast reached more countries recently, and thanks to its low price, it has become a great option to play all kinds of content directly on television from an Android PC or device.
Trivia Cast is a multiplayer game that, as its name suggests, follows a mechanic of questions and answers. Each player plays directly from their Android phone connected to the Chromecast network and all view the items on the television during the game.
It will also show the results of each participant and the final rankings. Before starting a game, you can configure the number of questions we want, the maximum waiting time to answer, the categories and topics they will understand, as well as their difficulty.
Although Trivia Cast began as a game of questions and answers in Spanish, in subsequent updates, they have added content in Italian and Catalan. Also, as a highlight, you can add your items to the game, entering them into a private Google Docs spreadsheet, great for customizing the game with children or targeting other situations, such as bar contests.
The interface and use of the application are straightforward (it could improve a lot aesthetically) and are available to download free from Google Play. Apps like this give Chromecast more value and show their potential.