Atriviate (Online Trivia)
5,000,000 - 10,000,000 downloads
- Extremely fun and addictive
- Turn-based gameplay
- Good questions
- Only in Spanish
+ By Pandereta Estudio.
Play this addictive game and challenge everyone you know
Triviados, following the success of Angry Words, is a turn-based game that grabs the idea from the popular game: Trivial. The game consists of a series of categories and questions. The objective of the game is to get one star from each color -category- before your opponent does.
You can play as many matches as you want at the same time and you can keep playing and guessing until you get one wrong, which will mean that is your opponent's turn to play. The questions have four possible answers and you have a limited time to tap on one of them, so this way it's not possible to search the Internet for the right answer.
In addition, there is also the challenge, which means that each one of you has to answer a question of each category. The one who gets the least correct answers loses a star and makes the other win one, so it's quite a dangerous move. The only thing we don't like is that you need to know which color is correspondent to every category because if you, by mistake, tap on a star question that you already have, there is no way back and if you get it wrong, you lose the star. So basically, you need to know all the colors in order not to click on it if you don't want to risk it all... Or at least, it should be possible to say: No, I don't want to risk my star.
Akaro is the developer of Triviados, a fun and really addictive game where you can challenge all your friends to play and even with strangers. Unfortunately, it's only available in Spanish right now but we hope it will have more languages in the future.
More than 5,000 questions and periodic updates.
Walk the board using special boxes to get all the stars.
Entertain yourself while expanding your knowledge with 7 classical categories:
Geography, Sports, Entertainment, Art and Literature, Science and Technology, History and Everything.
New rules, like stealing stars and the Challenge, make the game much more competitive.
Find your friends on facebook and challenge them to a game.
Earn medals and post them on Facebook for everyone to see who is the smartest one.
Atríviate is a quiz game with a Trivial Pursuit style, with more than 5,000 questions, where two player can play games online, competing to see who knows more.
You can add random players, make friends or choose your facebook mates, and have as many simultaneous games as you want. With the new board of Atríviate, you can take advantage of special boxes and get all the stars to win the game. Furthermore Atríviate has new rules as the possibility of stealing stars to your opponent, or the Challenge, where you compete to see who hits more questions, which gives to the game a more strategic and competitive aspect.
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- Fix errors
- Damian A. Downloaded Nov 16, 2013
- Eda L. Downloaded Nov 11, 2013
- Gloria alejandra C. Downloaded Sep 9, 2013
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- Debora A. Downloaded Jun 3, 2013
Not a bad game. Wish there was a way to force play, maybe a timer Sometimes you're at the end of a game and opponent goes mia suddenly. Kind of annoying.
A good entertaining game but to many sports questions about american games, users living outside the USA play this game.
I have fun...some hard questions sometimes lol...
This game is a lot of fun, but almost too glitchy to be released. The game will sometimes stick between turns, and after a go challenge it won't remember where I've moved. Should have been held back by developers, not quite ready for the market. Unless it
Wish it would stop changing languages on me when I restart games with people.
From time to time you win a star but due to connectivity issues or errors you don't get it despite the program let you continue playing, so it knows you choose the correct answer