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Trivia Vault: Mini Mixed Trivia 2

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Welcome to the Trivia Vault contestant! Play as a contestant in a gameshow called Trivia Vault: Mini Mixed Trivia 2 and bring your thinking hat. Answer all new mixed trivia questions as quickly as you can, the faster you answer the higher the cash value. Correct answers lock in the digit code for the vault, 10 correct answers cracks the vault and awards bonus cash. Track your progress and aim for higher scores to accomplish higher ranks. Challenge yourself to beat your high score by playing multiple times and completing all 25 new levels with a total of 250 unique new trivia questions. Features: 25 Vaults to Crack(levels) 250 Unique New Trivia Questions Timer Based Questions Obtain Cash Multipliers Based on Correct Answers in a Level 3 Ranks of Accomplishment per Level
Release date
Sep 11, 2017
Ripknot Systems
Ripknot Systems
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Win 7 32-bit or higher
  • Processor: 2.0 ghz or higher
  • Memory: 500 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 500 Megs VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Trivia Vault: Mini Mixed Trivia 2 reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Who becomes a Millionaire from gossip? The Trivia series is strongly reminiscent of so many Television Show show (Game) but is not quite the same as this. Trivia depending on the Version has Themes so there is something for everyone depending on the Version. Gameplay in the Trivia series is about Finding time, you've managed to end up even from 10 Questions all right to answer you crack the Safe and get Bonus money. Game Principle trespass yourself around the High Score over 1000 Questions per Version + Questions varied + Achievements + different Subject Areas depending on the Version you buy-Time limit-on Mobile Versions Free + advantageous for Archival Hunter
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Microsoft from Deutsch
I paid 10 Cents for this Game, and even that is actually too much. Why? Well, the whole Game consists of answering ten questions about something in 25 Rounds each. Seriously, I have no Idea how I could better narrow down the Subject Areas. Sometimes something to Celebrities from America, sometimes something about Computer Games, sometimes General Knowledge and sometimes something with Food. On top of that, any Question that isn't about any Actors is ridiculously simple. All Questions have four Possible answers, the faster you select the right one, the more "Money" you get. At the End of each Round, you get zero to three Stars, depending on how much "Money" you've made. There are also Figures that stand next to the Amount of money of each right Question. These are called Multipliers, but I have no Idea what the multiplication. In General, absolutely nothing is explained in the Game itself, everything I write here is either on the Shop side or did I tap into myself in the 24 Minutes I took to play the Game through. You also have no Feedback when answering a Question, either it is wrong or correct. If she's right, great, but if she's wrong, you're not shown what would be right. So you can't even say you would have learned what. I have mentioned the "Money" before, which I always write in Quotation Marks. Why? Because you can't do absolutely anything with it. You get the Score with a Dollar Sign behind it and the Stars and all The money adds up, but otherwise nothing happens. Oh, to the "End": You get a Message "Great, you played through the Game. Play again to improve your High Score "and then everything starts all over again. You don't even see Credits and I think that says it all. So Let's summarize: Pros:-An Achievement for which you have to start the Game and finish it again-250 Questions Contra: No small variety-Unmotivating rewards-Self-care questions that are aimed either at Knowledge of Celebrities or at complete Everyday Knowledge- No Learning Effect-Every Explanation of the Game is on the Shop page-Replay value equal to zero-One Song In The background plus two Sound effects conclusion: If it were a free Mobile Game, I would say, ok, you can probably bridge 10 Minutes of Waiting time with that. But as a Computer Game, it's good for Achievement Completionists at all.
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