QuizUp Trivia Game is Now Available for Windows Users

Ivan Jenic By: Ivan Jenic
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After a month of beta testing, Plain Vanilla Games released its popular trivia game, QuizUp for Windows and Windows Phone devices. The game is now available in Windows Store and you can get it for free.
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QuizUp achieved a great success on Android and iOS platforms, with more than 50 million downloads on Android alone, so normally, Plain Vanilla Games decided to expand the offer to Windows Phone and Windows devices. The developer launched the beta version of the game, but only a few, privileged users had an opportunity to test it. And after successful reviews, the popular trivia game finally makes its way to the big scene.

While playing this game you can challenge your friends or random people who also play this game in various topics. As you play more topics, answer more questions and win more games, you improve your rank and get harder opponents in the game. Some basic topics contain very simple questions, but there are some with really hard and tricky questions.

Here’s the list of  the most important features of the game:

  • Discover people: Discovering like-minded people is easy and fun! You can find people based on their age, location and interest. When you find someone you think is interesting, break the ice by starting a conversation or challenging them in a topic you are both passionate about.
  • The Game: Challenge friends in any topic for a quick, real-time match or randomly play other people from around the world. Climb the ranks and claim your titles.
  • Topic Communities: Participate in vibrant communities around topics you are passionate about and easily discover new topics that match your interests. Each topic has a unique community where you can play, post and interact with other people.

You can download the game for free from Windows Store on your PC or mobile device.

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