Trivia Quest, a daily trivia show on Netflix, has debuted

Netflix’s journey into trivia continues with the premiere of Trivia Quest, an interactive experience set to premiere on April 1st.

Trivia Quest, like its other interactive series like Black Mirror: Bandersnatch and Netflix’s similarly trivia-focused Cat Burglar — which debuted last month — is a narrative interactive experience, which means that each “win” will assist advance the tale. Correctly completing the game’s questions will also assist the protagonist, Willy, release his companions, who have been kidnapped by a knowledge-hungry monster named Evil Rocky.

Trivia Quest is the most recent addition to Netflix’s increasing list of interactive shows. After Cat Burglar, it’s the second game to contain a trivia aspect, which Netflix’s VP of comedy series and interactive programming Andy Weil told The Verge last month the company hopes to experiment with more as its gaming project grows.

Trivia Quest Key Art

Throughout April, a new episode of Trivia Quest will be released every day, for a total of 30 episodes. (Before you ask, “no, this isn’t an April Fool’s Joke,” writes Weil.) Each episode will contain 24 multiple-choice trivia questions (12 simple and 12 difficult). Science, entertainment, athletics, art, geography, and history are among the categories. According to The New York Times, the game is based on Etermax’s Trivia Crack, which was licensed by Netflix.

Players will be able to retry quizzes in order to earn more points and answer questions properly that they may have missed previously. Weil also says that each question “has a conclusive resolution, but we don’t want to give you too much information about it just yet.” To find out, you’ll have to play.”

Trivia Quest will be available on Netflix next month for Android phones and tablets, iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches, as well as supported smart TVs, set-top boxes, and consoles. Apple TV, select Chromecast devices (not including those with Google TV), Tesla touch displays, Silverlight browsers, and the Netflix app for Windows are presently not supported. A complete list can be found here.

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