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Uploaded
Mar 7, 2008 | 7:43 PM EST

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Show what you know in this trivia game. Click the correct answer to earn points. Earn MORE points by answering quickly. There are 4 levels separated by bonus rounds. The levels are Elementary, Intermediate, Advanced, and Genius. We tried to keep the questions fairly global, so people from everywhere can win. Be sure to post your score...EDIT: you might not be able to post your highscore from Newgrounds.com. If not, you can post at www.glowmonkey.com

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ErichoEricho

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

At first, I thought this game was too easy. It actually did get harder as it went along. I really wasn't expecting that. At least I could understand its difficulty more. The one with the French phrase was where I just lost it. Most of my strikes were taken there.

The fact that you could only get three wrong answers certainly made it difficult. I could probably do better with these on a test. It could have been more elaborate. You could have had music throughout the whole game. At least it showed my knowledge.



eclipsstudioseclipsstudios

Rated 4 / 5 stars

1,000th view!

pretty good game, I think I like most of your other games better though.



RockerKnightRockerKnight

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

46,700 points

Pretty good, i like how the number answers had both words and numbers.
The fireworks graphics were a bit annoying, might want to take them out.
All in all, a fairly good trivia game.



ninjasecretoninjasecreto

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really good

This is a very interactive game, i think is the best that i see in NG, congratulations for the good work! there were a lot of good questions, and its a very good interactive game... 5/5 10/10



PohranicniStrazePohranicniStraze

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty good.

This one is better than 95% of the quiz games that show up on NG. I like the wide variety of questions and the emphasis on speed. I did spot an error though- it's Julius Caesar, not Ceasar, and he was dictator, but never emperor, of Rome. The first emperor was his adopted son Augustus. Other than that nitpick, though, good job. And the answer to 8-2+(9x3) is correct in the quiz- addition and subtraction both have the same rank in order of operations, despite addition coming first in the acronym, so the answer is 33, not 21.


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