Parents' Guide to

Triviaverse

By Stephanie Morgan, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Micro rounds of interactive trivia for one or two players.

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This interactive quiz show offers fast-paced gameplay and a variety of categories including history, geography, science, and pop culture. Triviaverse players will appreciate both the increasing levels of difficulty and the ability to track their performance over time. At the end of each round, players are shown their ratio of correct answers, bonus points earned for streaks, and lifetime stats including highest score, longest streak, and best and worst categories. It's a fun way to pass a few minutes of time except for the frustration that can occur when a player doesn't answer the final question in time. In this case, the question simply disappears without revealing the correct answer.

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