Wednesday, January 20, 2010

String Theory Trivia! is available on the Google Android Market

String Theory Trivia! is available on the Google Android Market for you to download to your Google, Android, Droid mobile phone. This is possibly the first trivia game about String Theory!
This game has 20 total questions divided into two games.

Instructions:

There are 20 multiple choice questions (of mixed difficulty) worth 10 points each. With the question countdown clock enabled (default) you get 10 points for each correct answer plus bonus points equal to the number of seconds remaining on the clock. If you disable the countdown clock, you only get 10 points, but of course you have as long as you need to answer the question and google your way to the correct answer (if necessary)!

This is multiple choice: in the case that (A), (B), and (C) are all correct and (D) is "All of the above", the RIGHT answer is (D). In this case, if you select anything other than (D) "All of the above", your answer will be WRONG according to our scoring rules.

Post your scores online!

You can disable the question timeout and/or the sounds from the settings page.


Submit a comment to report problems:

Please note that we are not experts in String Theory (we just think it's really cool), so please report problems that you find with the questions or answers, as well as any bugs with the software. If you are reporting a bug with the software, please include your mobile device name and the version of Android or Droid that you are running. If you have any String Theory questions that you would like us to include in the next version, let us know and we'll try to include them. Thanks.

New in v2.2: Can now post your scores online. Divided 20 questions into two games. New look and feel.

New in v2.1: Menu "Help" links directly to the String Theory post on dodoBirddevelopers.com

New in v2.0: Added links to Google the underlined blue text. Changed color scheme to black on white with blue underlined links.

New in v1.2: Extended question countdown timer to 2 min, per comment from user. Thank you for your suggestion.

New in v1.1: corrected a typo in the End User License Agreement (EULA).

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