Indian quiz game – When you play Muqaabla, you have to answer picture-based questions which will test both your general knowledge and your thinking ability.
We started by preparing a huge database of questions based on general knowledge and even asked a small audience to test it. While we got positive feedback, we realized we could make the game more interesting. Answering general knowledge –based questions would hook in people to play the game for sure, but could we add anything extra?
Picture –based questions: We then decided to make the gameplay interesting by moving from a basic game with text questions and four options to choose from, to making the questions visual –based. Readers would be shown a picture and then asked a question based on it. Studies have shown that people are more attracted to visuals than plain text. The question could be one of general knowledge, not dry and boring facts, but interesting bits of information that would intrigue a player. There would also be some ‘trick’ questions where the answer is not obvious but requires one to think ‘out of the box.’ So if you are playing the game you will not only be testing your general knowledge but tickle the gray cells in your brain. Sounds cool right?
A hint to get to going: Each question will start off with a hint that will set you thinking and after answering it you will get to know if your answer is right or wrong. You will also get to see the number of people who chose each of the options given. Further, whether you have given the right or the wrong answer, we will show you the right answer with an explanation of the answer. This will help you know more on a topic and also show you whether the way you cracked a trick question was right or wrong.
Indian quiz game – Muqaabla!
Pick a session that suits you: We also decided to have several sessions of the game all throughout the day- 5 sessions. To be precise at 9 am, 12 pm, 3 pm, 6 pm, and 9 pm. So, you can play the game when you have time.
Being at college which you need to attend in the morning hours. You may have a job that that ends at 5 pm. Even a homemaker who has some spare time every afternoon. You may want to play the game after dinner, we have a time slot for everyone.
You can play Muqaabla 5 days a week from Monday to Friday, 5 sessions a day. Each session has prize money for the top scorer, which will get split if there is more than one winner. Also, note, more the number of players logs in to play that particular session, the prize money goes up. So as the competition goes up, the rewards increase as well.
Indian quiz game – Muqaabla!
We will be live soon! Here was a quick lowdown on what you should expect when you play Muqaabla. We are going live on 24 September 2018 so there is a bit more than 2 weeks go! For now, you can go to Muqaabla.com and pre-register to get extra points when you start playing Muqaabla. See you soon!