ExQuizit: iPhone App Written Review
Here at the iPhone App Review, we really like puzzle games. In fact, we might even go so far as to say that it’s by and large our favorite genre of gaming on the iPhone. Now, there’s a very simple reason for that: We like testing the mettle of our brain, especially if we’re dealing with trivia. As such, we’re almost too excited to be introducing you now to ExQuizit by developer Boboshi. The app is simply the best trivia game we’ve ever seen on the iPhone, arriving with a truly monstrous number of questions, a couple different game modes, and more than enough action to keep us entertained for a long time to come. So without further ado, we’ll quit dawdling about and get straight to delivering you our full review of ExQuizit.
Concept and Gameplay
At its heart, ExQuizit is a trivia nuts wet dream: It comes with more than 12,000 hand-written questions (Yes, that’s twelve thousand questions to play through) as well as a couple different game modes to keep things interesting. Our favorite was the traditional multiple choice option, which can be pre-set to deliver a certain number of questions: Whether you want 5, 20, or 50 you’ll find it here. Additionally, we also quite liked the Time Attack mode, which had us racing against the clock to answer the questions. If you’d rather not play by your lonesome, and have a few mates to pass the iPhone with, you can also play local toss-off multiplayer. The idea is that you pass the phone from one person to the other during play, and at the end, you get a big score for each individual. All in all, it’s rock-solid gameplay, and we really can’t harp on the fun factor enough.
Design and Graphics
Above all else, ExQuizit looks simply gorgeous, and it’s very clear that the developer has spent an heck of a lot of time perfecting the questions. All 12,000 have been fact and grammar checked multiple times, while the interface’s options could’t be simpler to set-up. We liked the fact that ExQuizit comes with multiple categories, all of which we were free to click on or off at our own discretion. We also liked the quickness with which we could include question difficulty levels. All in all, ExQuizit is simply marvelous, and you will have no trouble navigating its quiz-based depths.
We don’t have to do the math to prove it to you: 12,000 questions for only a dollar is a mammoth bargain, and one that’s not to be scoffed at. Including the app’s great interface, fine attention to detail, and party-oriented multiplayer, there is no reason in the world why you shouldn’t grab ExQuizit this instant and get puzzling. It’s beautiful, refined, and loaded to the brim with trivia.
ExQuizit requires iOS 3.2 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.
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