This trivia game is both entertaining and engaging, allowing players to essentially tailor their experience to suit their game show needs. Along with (mostly) good questions, covering a wide range of topics, It's Quiz Time personalizes its content to each individual player. So, depending on your age and interests, the game adapts the questions and topics players receive. Plus, you can create your own "playlists," with custom questions and answers, giving you tools to create something unique for both collaborative or competitive play. Salli, the robotic host, is great, though perhaps not as entertaining as the cheeky host of the You Don't Know Jack series (or Buzz from the Buzz! games).
Using your mobile phone is intuitive for most people, plus the unique option to broadcast your game (on Twitch, YouTube, or Mixer) in the Live Show mode is fun and fresh, as you compete with up to 10,000 viewers. Some of the questions are duds, though, such as those focusing on TV shows from more than 10 years ago, and there are some inaccurate questions (Smite is a popular first-person shooter?). There's also some repetition -- which isn't something you'd expect with so many questions. But overall, this game should make trivia fans happy for its many unique features, accessible play, and good production values.