Netflix Nov. 8 launched Triviaverse, a trivia game divided into three rounds of increasing difficulty for one-player mode and two rounds per person in two-player mode.
As a player, consumers must answer as many questions correctly as they can within a time limit and achieve the highest score possible. Players can either play against themselves or with another trivia buff in a turn-based format. The categories of questions range from science to history to pop culture.
As players generate higher scores, they can earn badges such as “Bird Brain,” “Preschool Graduate,” “Lucky Guesser,” “Shockingly Average,” “Mere Mortal,” “PhD Dropout,” “Super Nerd,” “Potential Genius,” “Certified Genius,” and the ultimate title of “Triviaverse God.”
The game is available globally in nine languages — English, Spanish (LatAm), Portuguese (Brazil), French, German, Spanish (Spain), Italian, Korean and Japanese — and on all devices that support Netflix interactive experiences, including smart TVs, streaming media players, game consoles, computer browsers and mobile devices.
“Whether it’s challenging a personal best to beat 4,000 points, or dueling your friends to reach 10,000 points, we hope you learn something new and have fun,” Rick Sanchez, an engineer at Netflix, wrote in a blog post.