Netflix’s daily interactive trivia game is coming to an Apple TV near you, trivial quest. The show is based on the long-running popular game Trivia Crack. The series will feature 24 questions each day throughout April. The questions will be similar to those in the game.
Netflix has already taken the interactive TV route with the film black mirror and the show Uunbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Viewers control the story as they select different scenarios through multiple on-screen choices.
trivial quest is about a villain named Evil Rocky who attempts to collect the world’s knowledge for sinister purposes. Viewers must help main character Willy save the people of Trivia Land from the villain. When certain checkpoints in the series are reached, Evil Rocky’s hostages are gradually freed. Unlike the game, if you miss a question on the show, you can replay the quizzes to rack up points.
trivial quest will air on April 1 (he claims it’s not an April Fool’s joke) and will be available on smart TVs, streaming media players, game consoles, browsers, Android phones and tablets, iPhones, iPads and iPod touches.
Netflix isn’t the only streaming service to offer games. Amazon (Prime Video) has Luna, Google (YouTube) has Stadia, and Apple (Apple TV+) has Apple Arcade. Cnet offers an important point: these other streaming services offer games at an additional subscription price, unlike Netflix. Viewers can enjoy this show with a standard Netflix subscription.
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