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Professor Q - Reads your mind in 20 questions

By plaza.no

This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.

Description

Professor Q is an all-new 20 questions game. Choose something for the Professor to guess, answer a few questions, and you'll be amazed by how often he's spot on!

With artificial intelligence coupled with a vast knowledge base and the ability to learn, Professor Q will be hard to stump. Dare you challenge him?

Q, being a Professor, is quite comfortable playing the game in several languages, like English, German, and even Norwegian!

Get Professor Q on your iPhone, iPod or iPad. It's all the same to him where he lives, as long as he gets to play his favorite game!

The Professor does not need an internet connection to play the game. However, if he gets the chance, he will promptly update his brain with everything that players all over the world have taught him about Life, the Universe, and Everything!

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Customer Reviews

Fun

Fun game! Works just as it should. Usually almost always figures it out. You can't be too specific, that's just how the game is. It works perfectly for what it is. If it can't guess you're probably being too specific.

Love love love it!

This is the best guessing game ever because I've been playing it for almost three days now! I think you should really buy this app if you like to be amazed and funed out!

Looks good, but doesn't work well

Its library of possible responses and/or its 'brain' is too limited. The app isn't likely to guess what's on your mind.
Great idea. Really glad an app like this exists. I've been looking for it.
In the end, though, it isn't functional. Save your money and look elsewhere.