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Downhill Trivia is a mobile game available in both iOS and Android. It is designed to help you to increase your knowledge while having fun. It is based on our philosophy of education through fun disruption.
It includes many subjects including Food and Drink, Technology, World Records, Games, Human Body and Health, Travel and Transport, People, Baby Names , Art and Literature, Faith and Mythology, Science and Nature, Sport, Music, Geography, History and TV and Film. The questions are mostly on the Anglo-saxon culture.
About the game:
Starting the game.. When you start the game you can choose from one of several characters, as seen below ( The default is the Bumble Bee):
When you’ve selected your character, you’re ready to start climbing down the mountainous level and make it through the treacherous terrain. To move downwards, simply tap the sides of your phone or tablet in either the left or right direction. Your character will follow your taps. Just be sure to avoid the obstacles and barriers in your path.
If you lose a life in the game, you will be given an opportunity to keep your accumulated score by answering a question about a specific subject. The default subject is Food and Drink. If you answer correctly, you keep your score and continue on the same game. But answer incorrectly, and you’ll be forced to start over again with Zero score.
You will unlock more subjects as you accumulate a higher score; however all the subjects have to be unlocked while you are playing. You can play only one subject at a time but the high score will NOT unlock more subjects.
For some game tips:
Ice: If you walk over this, it causes your character to slide. Best to avoid it.
Poison: Poison is very tricky because it reverses your directional pad. Making you think left is right and right is left.
TNT: Watch out for these dangerous objects. Touch a TNT space and it will soon explode.
Spikes :These spikes continuously pop up from underground. I wouldn’t recommend touching them.
Trees: These barriers are everywhere on the mountain. Be sure to avoid them because they can get you stuck in place.