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I’ve been playing for over 9 months... graphics are great, speed at which game flows is great, they’ve got quite a few different ways to play including picking an opponent, or solo play. You can accumulate gold bars, the currency in which you spend in lieu of watching ads but it takes forever and can cost 100+bars at time. I have beaten my regular play opponents 95% of the time so I’ve chosen to spend money on the packages that include gold bars, skip a question, knock out two answers, double guess and extra time. These items help me the most in thensolo games. Despite what others have said about glitches, I have had no problems since the first couple weeks. And I wouldn’t take the “wrong answers” review too seriously, semantics I’m sure. Finally... I must tell you, if you don’t have some well rounded knowledge in each category and the ability to use common sense at times you may not get too far. That darn periodic table and the sports questions get me every time
I went into this app excited because I enjoyed the original trivia crack app so much, and I thought this was going to be better. Boy was I let down. I don’t even care about the ads, I get they have to make money or whatever since it’s free, but the app crashes at least once every time you open it. I will be in the middle of a round of questions and it crashes right in the middle of it. Just now, it probably went down at least 10 times but I stopped counting after about 4 because I was so annoyed. The worst is when it crashes in the middle of getting a crown- when you force close the app and reopen it, click on your turn, and try to answer a question for a crown, it says “waiting”. However, you can’t click anything, so you have to forfeit your turn and lose a life while not getting a crown. Honestly, I’d give it 1.5 stars, but 2 will suffice. I haven’t deleted the app yet but I might soon. I wouldn’t get it unless you have a lot of patience for technical problems. I wish you the best of luck on your trivia conquests!
The title says it all. Even the developers know this is true. It isn’t really different at all from the first Trivia Crack. Except now be prepared to watch ads to literally do anything. I get it, it’s a free app and they make money with ad space, but this is excessive and I think it might be a reason why the game freezes up and crashes frequently (which is especially annoying when you're doing a real-time trivia match). Moreover, during a real-time battle where the whole point is to answer questions quickly, get ready to randomly sit through a 30 second ad as your time ticks away and your opponent shoots ahead. They removed the statistics function from the first trivia crack (probably because they got found out for having fake bot players for users to play against). You also can’t compare your rank with your friends to show off, which kills off some of the competitive feel. I played this game for a good while and got to about level 120 but the frequent app freezing and excessively ads UNNECESSARILY interfere with the game too much and I’m just over it. I love trivia and the idea behind the game, but I’m not gonna shell out monthly payments to simply not have annoying interferences.
I have encountered many questions like this one, but I recently answered this one so I can at least use it as a reference. The question asked, “Who spoke about the allegory of the cave?” The correct answer that this app gave was Plato, but I checked Socrates and got it wrong. Now as any high school student knows, Plato recorded everything that Socrates did and said. The allegory of the cave was written down and published by Plato in his Republic. But the question was not, “who WROTE the allegory of the cave” but rather, “who SPOKE ABOUT the allegory of the cave” in which case either Glaucon or Socrates would have been correct, but certainly not Plato. This means that the app is incorrect on this question and in many others, and the philosophy questions were written by someone who doesn’t know the difference between empiricism and rationalism. There are many such answers in this app, and I would not recommend it to anyone who knows something. Also the 15-30 second adds during tower battle are the worst. Oftentimes the app freezes in the middle of them anyway, and I am required to close the app and open it up again to resume the tower battle. At this point there’s no point to play it.
As a happy player of the original trivia crack (without ads!) for many years I forgot just how bad the ads are implemented. That’s why when I first booted up trivia crack 2 I was surprised at how intrusive they really are! “It won’t really matter though” I thought, as I planned to drop a few bucks to remove ads just like I did before. I was absolutely shocked to see that they are charging $40(!) a year as the SOLE option to remove ads. That’s insane! The developer has two options, either make ads much less intrusive where you aren’t forced to watch an ad for like 10-20 seconds after every turn (not to mention the constant banners), or actually sell the no ad upgrades for a reasonable price. I would HAPPILY drop $5 to remove ads, but I cannot and will not support the pure greed that is a $40 a year “membership” as the only way to get rid of ads. Coupled with the fact that the real improvements making the game noticeably more enjoyable than the original seem to be pretty scarce, and I think I will just be sticking to the original for now until they fix this problem, and I’m sure I won’t be the only one.
Developed by Etermax.
Trivia Crack 2 is ranking in Games & Trivia & Family
Last update was at May 11, 2021and the current version is 1.105.3.
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Trivia Crack 2 have a 155 263a user reviews.
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