Quizcover innovates the very core of trivia gaming. Highly interactive question types and new boosters give you unprecedented tactical options. This game takes the genre to a whole new level.
Numerous contests, challenges and trophies provide opportunities for you to set and achieve your personal goals. You can play alone or compete with others in different ways and contexts.
Encyclopedic information and bookmarkable links appear after questions. Quizcover is furthermore capable of presenting multiple related facts in a single question. You get to expand your knowledge while having fun.
the traditional trivia question type
multiple answers are correct
drag and drop objects to form correct pairs
simplify things one item at a time
get one part of the solution at a time
diverse kinds of help, such as coloring items
Initially, large parts of Quizcover's content are tailored to the interests of U.S. trivia gamers and of those who have a keen interest in everything American. Thus American English is the sole language of gameplay at the outset. Later on, many of Quizcover's questions will be translated to other languages, and content of particular interest to international audiences will be created. At that stage, the availability of topics and questions will vary from country to country. Quizcover starts on iOS, the platform that revolutionized mobile devices ten years ago. An Android version will be released in 2018.
Quizcover's software and content have been, and continue to be, created by a multinational team. "More depth, not more complexity" always was, and remains, the guiding principle. The company behind Quizcover, Quizista, was founded by Florian Mueller. His FOSS Patents blog is the leading online reference on the "smartphone patent wars". Once the first overseas consultant to Blizzard Entertainment, Florian developed his first trivia game in 2001. Since then, he has harbored the ambition to make trivia gaming more fun and more informative. Quizcover is the very trivia quiz game he has wanted to build for 16 years.