This isn't your average trivia game.
You're about to compete on a game show unlike any other. We're giving you $1,000,000... and 10 questions to answer. How much of that million you'll be able to walk away with depends on how fast you can correctly answer those questions.
And these questions aren't easy.
It's pop culture mixed with trivia, shaken and served up in some mind-bending questions. Get ready to face a variety of general knowledge questions in categories like Entertainment, Sports, Technology, Food and Drink, History, Science and Nature, Gaming, Business and Finance, Religion, and more.
Oh, and the host? Well, he's no Alex Trebek. Or Wink Martindale. Hell, he's not even even Chuck Woolery.
Think you got the smarts to come out on top and take home the cash? He doesn't think you do. Good luck. You're going to need it.
- Three play modes:
- Solo play
- Competitive play for head-to-head showdown
- Daily play for an exciting new question every day
- Hundreds of questions for hours of play*
- Full game show experience with host Snarky McHost
- Facebook integration
- Fully captioned for hearing-impaired players or quiet time play
- Downloadable question packs add hundreds and hundreds of new questions, for more hours of enjoyment
- Works on both tablets and phones
*Free version has teasers that include a couple games of each of our question packs.
The game will work on any iOS device that is running iOS 5.1 or higher. Because of screen size, however, Competitive Play mode does not work on the iPhone or iPod Touch.
The game should work on all Android devices (including Kindle Fire and NOOK tablets) that are running Android 2.2 or higher, are powered by a dual- or quad-core processor built on the ARMv7 architecture, and have a screen resolution of at least 1280x800. Devices with a single core processor (built on the ARMv7 architecture) can also run the game, though there may be some performance issues. While the game will run on devices with a smaller screen and devices with a resolution of 1024x600, button text will be small and the buttons might be hard to accurately tap in Competitive Play mode.