all fat bottom trivia "game show" powerpoint presentations are now only $14.99. hosting your own interactive trivia night has never been easier.
First thing to talk about is the fact that these trivia presentations fit for Microsoft Powerpoint or an equivalent such as Google Docs or LibreOffice, on Mac or on Windows. I've even hosted games from tablets and android phones. The Microsoft Surface Pro 3 worked wonders. I haven't tried with the 4 yet, but I bet it's even better. Is there a Surface Pro 5 or are they just skipping this and going to the Surface Pro 6? I will work on these things and get back to you.
But that's not why I am here writing today. Today is about the new generation of Fat Bottom Trivia "Game Show" Presentations. First thing to note: all game shows are created in the .ppsx file format.
The .ppsx files are pretty much identical to the .pptx files, however when you open the files, they should immediately commence the presentation, as apposed to having to bypass the password input stage by hitting "read only". There will soon be further reading and progress on this, as a new FBT Template will be available for all premium members to create their own game presentations.
The other exciting news! "Anagrams" hits the Trivia Store.
This is perhaps the toughest game we've made yet. Though I can't say that for sure. It really depends on what you are good at in that department. If you know bands nicknames better than you can decipher word jumbles, then you would probably excel more on the "Nicknames" game.
But whatever you are best at, the music in this game is the best. lots of your favorite artists. In fact, because some of the word jumbles are so tough, the songs are maybe more popular, making them a little easier than they could possibly be.
That is a good reason why we should make a sequel to Anagrams, and you should one day soon expect Anagrams too which has even more eccentric names to pull out of the hat. And to show you all just how difficult trivia we can actually produce!
Thanks for stopping by, I want to just give you a couple more bonus tips of what to expect in the near future. For one, we are very excited about Twitch for gaming and look forward to our new Twitch Channel. Please stay tuned to hear more about that and be sure to join our newsletter.
Be sure to share any comments you have or experiences you've had at your own shows below. We are a community of entertainers trying to adapt to a constantly changing market course. What do you think people will take to next? Are there any games we haven't released yet that you think should already be there? We have already had more requests for Country music, so I think you should expect a few more games in that genre soon too.
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