Quizdom - King of Quiz

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Chris Morris, Common Sense Media
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Decent trivia game suffers from lack of competitive players.

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Ease of Play

Basic concepts are simple enough to understand. Questions are challenging, though. 


No foul language in the app, but users can chat, so possibility exists that kids could be exposed to inappropriate words. 


Users can pay to increase maximum number of games they can play.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Quizdom - King of Quiz is a multiplayer trivia competition with multiple topics and a strong social aspect. The game looks at everything from science to pop culture and lets people from around the globe compete with each other. The questions contain no objectionable content, but players can chat with each other, which opens up the possibility of inappropriate language. Also, this is a challenging game that will likely frustrate young players. Read the developer's privacy policy for details on how your (or your kids') information is collected, used, and shared and any choices you may have in the matter, and note that privacy policies and terms of service frequently change.

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What's it about?

In QUIZDOM - KING OF QUIZ, players compete against each other in rounds, answering a series of questions in one of two selected topics (out of 19). Questions are asked four at a time over four rounds, and you have only 18 seconds to answer, adding a layer of urgency to the game. The more questions you get correct and the faster you play, the more points you earn, which puts you higher on the global rankings (and in those against your friends). Players can challenge any other player to a round, and can set up friends lists of gamers to test their skills against.

Is it any good?

A good trivia game against friends can be a lot of fun, but the trouble is, you need to have friends playing the same game. Quizdom - King of Quiz might have a huge number of players, but what we found as we tried the game is that few, if any, of them want to compete against a stranger. That means if you want to really enjoy Quizdom, you need to use a social media account to try to find friends who are playing. If none are, you're going to have a real hard time finishing a game. 

If you can find someone who will complete all four rounds, though, Quizdom is a solid game. The questions are challenging and the topics are varied. It's less polished than some of the other trivia games on the market, but ultimately the games are about the quizzes. But because those questions are so challenging, it's a game that will likely be far above the heads of younger players or people that don't have a decent set of friends willing to play along with them. 

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about academic challenges. How can you tell who knows the most in your family about certain topics? How did they learn what they know?

  • Is it better to know a few details about a lot of subjects, or to know lots of information about a few topics? What are the pros and cons of each?

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