You will choose your initial opponent. All games are either one-on-one or three players. After your game is finished, play against another player who is finished and waiting for an opponent. You can practice the questions if you are waiting for a new game and there are no players available.
- Make sure you have a gameboard, something to write with, and a spinner
- When you open a category, leave it open and click the shuffle button so the questions are in a random order
- Feel free to use these cards after the game to review any concepts you need extra help with
- Spin the spinner and answer a question based on the symbol you landed on. If you land on a crown, you can choose the category for your crown instantly or you may be able to call your opponent to a challenge (see below). If you answer correctly, you earn the crown of that category. If you’re wrong, it’s the next player’s turn.
- If you answer a question correctly, place a check in the row of empty boxes. Once you answer three questions correctly and a row of boxes has checks, you may choose a category to earn a crown. If you answer the question correctly, you earn a crown. If you don’t, you get nothing and have to start an empty row for your next turn.
- Unlike Trivia Crack, if you answer a question incorrectly, the other player can steal the question, but only after you answer incorrectly.
- Unlike Trivia Crack, once you earn a crown, it’s the other player’s turn. This is to prevent one player from dominating the entire game while the other player sits and watches like Forrest Gump waiting for the bus.
- Continue playing until someone has all crowns filled on their board.
In the event of a challenge: If both players have crowns and you land on a crown when it is your turn, you can also challenge the player for a crown. You have to choose a crown that you have that the other player does not as well as a crown that player has that you do not (if you can’t do that, then you can’t call them on a challenge). The player who called the challenge answers six questions first and keeps track of their correct answers. Then the player challenged answers. Whoever has more correct answers out of those six questions takes the other player’s crown and the losing player must erase it from their board. If, after you both answer six questions and it is tied, then you go to sudden death where the first player answers one question and then the other player answers one question. Whoever answers correctly in the same round as the other player answering incorrectly wins the challenge.