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In TriviaStack you answer questions within a given time limit. Answer as fast as possible to maximize your score by gaining score multipliers. Wrong answers reduce your time limit. You can decide to skip questions instead of attempting a wrong answer to stay in the game. When skipping you won’t lose time but it will reduce your score. The player must carefully choose between answering and skipping to reach a high score. The questions contained in TriviaStack are not your ordinary knowledge check questions. Many questions require out of the box thinking or will teach you interesting facts (or did you know that there is an immortal jellyfish species?) Some questions are animations, some are audio based (e.g. guessing a sport by listening to an audio sample). The game offers local multiplayer, a global high score list and Game Center achievements.
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