Max Quiz Windows 10 App Arrives in the Store
Like trivia games and quizzes? If your answer is yes, we have something for you. Popular trivia game, Max Quiz just arrived in the Windows Store, and you can play it across all your Windows 10 devices.
The game enjoyed a decent success on both Android and iPhone platforms, and developers obviously saw the potential of Windows 10 Store, so they created a version for Windows 10, as well.
Max Quiz for Windows 10 Features
Max Quiz offers multiple categories of questions, so you can choose the filed you’re best at, and you can compete with your friends, or simply play for your own amusement. Besides the ability to play the game on various Windows 10 devices, Max Quiz for Windows 10 also features online rankings, so you can try to beat the score of the players from all around the world.
“Lights, camera, action, you are on stage of a game show! Customize your character and compete with thousands of people to achieve the highest level on ranking. Max Quiz features weekly and season scoreboards, where beginners have the opportunity to quickly lead their categories. How about becoming famous internationally? Choose a category and test the limits of your trivia knowledge,” says the Windows Store listing on Max Quiz.
Here’s the list of all notable Max Quiz features:
- Online matches
- Championship with playoffs
- Week and season rankings
- Customize your character
- Collaborative questions database
- Create or join a team
The game is free to download, but it contains some in-game, like unlimited energy for 1 year for $9.99, or unlimited energy for one month fo $0.99. You can download it from the Store right now, so you can test your knowledge in various categories, and have some fun at the same time.
Since we’re talking about trivia games, what is your favorite trivia game for Windows 10? Is it Max Quiz already? Tell us in the comments.
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