Each lesson tests your wits with 10 questions from 10 different categories. The difficulty level depends on you: get an answer right, you'll move up a level. A wrong answer leads to an easier question. But you'll want to move up to improve your Knowledge Quotient, recalculated after every round.
10/10. Very addictive game – AppASnap.com
App Cap Award – TWiT iPad Today
• 5000+ questions = fewer repeats
• 5 difficulty levels, 10 categories
• Review function for missed questions
• Save progress for 1-3 players
Choose between American, British, and Australian play modes (with country-specific questions) or; simply play in International mode.
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- New graphics and animations
- Enhanced features and game play
- Game progress and settings saved to iCloud
Ratings and Reviews
Great app for so many reasons
I love challenging quizzes that incorporate the ability to deduce answers unknown by using hints that are found within the questions. This is really much more thought out and related to IQ testing than most trivia type apps. I actually purchased the IQ app first from this company before being aware of this app. I especially enjoy the vast variety of easy to very difficult referenced knowledge that is excellent for anyone who is looking for something to learn from and enjoy the whole process.
Enjoyed the previous version more
I have had this app for a few years. I always enjoyed playing it, until several months ago when the questions (even the lower level ones) suddenly became much more obscure and difficult.
With the previous version, at least I stood a fighting chance at putting together a good score. Now, I seldom score above 50%.
Hi Cardswin2013, thank you for taking the time to write a review. The app selects questions from the pool based on your KQ, in other words the questions will over the course of a few rounds become better adapted to your ideal difficulty level.
This is a nice little challenge to your memory. They seem to think sport questions are very easy, which is funny. It has a nice variety of questions, and they change them reasonably often. I wonder why they took out the national statistics. I thought that was kind of fun.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.