I was on a flight that had a multiplayer trivia game.
It was very poorly made.
This is a remake of that game, minus the multiplayer element.
(The real game ended after 10 questions, but this one doesn't have an end state. Everything else is as faithfully recreated as possible.)
Did it wait the whole time on the plane version in case other players hadn't answered yet?
I remember they also had a Blackjack game where you started with 2k points. And could only bet like 5 points a hand. Mind bogglingly poor design decisions on these things :p
It was in private individual rooms and definitely knew the current number of players :p
Also you couldn't change your answer.
We played several other games, and... they were all pretty poorly-made for things that must have been on tens of thousands of computers. But maybe nobody even bothers to try, so they know the audience is tiny? Plus those screens are awful, so you do have to design around a really clumsy fallible control scheme.
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