By Danielle Bradshaw - May 19, 2020
There's no denying that there's just something amazing about the idea of trying out a new game. Be it a video game, a tabletop game, a board game, or in this case a web app screen game; there's just something that really makes us want to give it a go.
It's the ultimate trivia game for both trivia hosts and trivia enthusiasts alike and down below is a basic blow-by-blow account as to why that is.
In a nutshell, there' a lot that makes this the ultimate trivia game, but don't worry, we'll start slow. To begin with, the game has an incredible amount of versatility. As previously stated, it's a web app screen game which essentially means it's a downloadable app that you can keep on your desktop or laptop to play whenever you want.
What Makes Triv101 the "Ultimate Trivia Game"?
The very nature of the game makes is really easy to share and play among friends and family. If you want to put the game on a larger screen - like your TV - you totally can. All you've got to do is connect your television to your computer with an HDMI cable and, voila! Everyone's got a picture-perfect view.
If you want to flex your extraordinary trivia know-how for everyone to see, stream it on Twitch. Everyone and their grandmother use the streaming platform to show their skills and for Let's Plays, there's no reason why you couldn't do the same with Triv101. YouTube would work much the same way; stream yourselves (you, your friends, and family) having a good time showing off your smarts. You can just keep it simple and play each over Zoom as a fun way to keep in touch.
Triv101 can be used in various ways but arguably the best trait of the game is the ability to be shared, displayed by, and played by multiple people at once.
This is technically still a point toward Triv101's versatility, but it's important enough to get its own section in this article. The point being, that you can play Triv101 pretty much anywhere. Part of the reason why is because it's actually a really simple game. There is a free version of the game and a premium version. Each version has 350 and 1350 questions respectively.
The trivia enthusiasts out there will definitely be pleased by that amount of questions to try their hand at. You and your friends and family can create teams to compete against each other and show off what you know.
The relatively streamlined design of the game makes it easy to learn and lends to its "ultimate play-ability". You can play it in pubs, at parties, it's excellent for team-building exercises, and yes, you can play it at home while social distancing. Needless to say, it's quite a bit different from the trivia games that people download onto their phones. There are so many ways to share and play Triv101 that it's in a breed all their own.
Like any good game, there's more than just a single reason why anyone should play Triv101, really. One good motive, though, is so that you can stay in contact with distant loved ones. Right now, it's more important than ever to stay connected with friends and family during this time.
It can serve as a terrific means of expanding your knowledge too. Some of the facts may be totally random, sure, but if you're a true trivia aficionado, that's a definite plus. Triv101 is an outstanding way to kill time too, a boring Friday night can go by in a flash answering question after question.
There is really no wrong way to share or play Triv101, which is why it's such a good time. The versatility makes it plenty of fun. The sheer amount of questions and the portability ensures that you'll get plenty of variety when playing.
Triv101 offers a truckload of entertainment and can keep a large group busy for a long time. You can grab some beers, snatch up some snacks, and settle in for a long night winning (or losing) while trying your hand at some trivia. Triv101 is a different kind of trivia game and those differences really make it stand out from the rest.
Published: Jan 12, 2020, Written by: Cornel Manu
All Beatles music lovers unite!
We have a new collection that you can use for your music bingo parties. Do you think you have what it
takes to recognize any Beatles song? Then this game is for you.
We created for you “The Fab Four” Music dobOFF Bingo cards that you can print and use to host your
own Music Bingo events. We offer you 60 randomized Bingo Cards with Free Space.
The playlist that you need to use contains 30 Beatles songs. We recommend playing 60-90 seconds of
each song and use the playlist on shuffle. Playing the full songs can make the guests bored and the event
longer. Go for a Line, 4 Corners, or a Blackout!
We always recommend handing out Bingo Dobbers such as these ones:
Printing on bright colored paper is always a bonus, as it makes the game more appealing and fun. I think
the 60lb cardstock may be the best:
The Bingo Cards are in PDF format, and each page is set to “Landscape” mode. That means you print 2
bingo cards on each sheet of paper. You can cut the bingo cards with a scissor, or you can give your
guests 2 bingo cards at a time.
If you need more than 60 Bingo Cards for a bigger audience, simply ask us and we will give them to you.
This game was specially created for our elite members.
Playing this free music bingo game is sure to get everyone excited. This might not be pleasant for young
audiences that might not recognize any of the Beatles songs, but you can be sure that will be a hit for
those that grew up listening to "Here Comes The Sun" and "All You Need Is Love".
Bring along some Beatles themes prizes for the winners, and you will have a blast. For example, you can
buy The Beatles - Memorabilia Pack from Amazon, which includes four booklets stuffed with photos and stats for each Beatle; Fan Club paperwork, concert handbill, 1963 programme; Cavern Club booklet, mixed ephemera, plus a collection of cards. This is a replica gift that any Beatles fan would appreciate.
Use this link to download the “The Fab Four” Bingo Cards:
And these are the links to the playlists that you need to use for the Music Bingo:
Spotify - Amazon Prime - Apple
Consider serving foods that are mentioned in Beatles songs to add some extra atmosphere. That means
you can serve truffles, cornflakes, marshmallows, eggs, strawberries, pies, honey and turkey. If you are feeling extra special, you can serve octopus as well. We aren’t chefs, so take this advice with a grain of
Fat City's Dusty Ramsbottom got the chance to have a chat with Brian Jones of the world famous Jones Zone!
Listen to Dusty and Brian discuss everything from the fun live events going on in the Charlotte Metro area, the new brewery in Rock Hill, the Jones Zone podcast, Brian's brother Chris who just so happens to be a stand up comedian, and they even had time to for a little Game Of Thrones talk!
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Who says you can't have fun for free in the Queen City?
Looking for a little entertainment that won't break the bank? Check out this list of free events happening each and every week in Charlotte.
You know the saying on all the billboards, "Charlotte's got a lot." Well, it is definitely true, and the best part of all that "a lot" is the fact that you can do a good chunk of it for free! Yep. Establishments all over the city host free events on a weekly basis, so we wanted to give you a rundown of something awesome that you can do, every night of the week! There is no excuse for being bored around here.
Monday is usually the most dreaded day of the week, but it may just turn into your favorite day when you start frequenting the Jazz Jam at Crown Station. All the free jazz you can listen to starts at 10 pm on Monday evenings. The Crown Station is located in NoDa and offers fair trade coffee and teas, as well as a craft beers and premium cocktails. Conveniently located near the light rail. Take back your Monday at the Jazz Jam!
Work up a sweat at a free boot camp fitness class every Tuesday night! Stax on South Tryon hosts one of the biggest free fitness classes in Charlotte with celebrity trainer Randy Moss. Moss was a former NFL star that played 14 seasons for the Minnesota Vikings! He will get you in shape whether you want to or not!
Get cultured at the Mint Museum on Wednesday nights! Both locations offer free admission from 5-9 pm. Stroll the galleries and get acquainted with the art scene here in Charlotte without spending a dime.
Everyone knows that the Epicentre is a good place to find a little entertainment, but if you want to have fun on the cheap, then head over to the centre on Thursday nights for Alive After Five! The perfect way to kick off the summer, the free bands playing on the rooftop and plenty of food and drink specials to make it a cheap night all around!
Mambo Fridays is a sultry way to start off your weekend. Learn to dance on the Peculiar Rabbit rooftop overlooking the city skyline. RUMBAO Latin Dance Company will be hitting the boards every Friday to show Charlotte that the hips definitely don't lie.
Just in case you didn't get your fill of live music yet for the week, the US National White Water Center wants to give you another chance! Saturday nights can be spent chilling by the water while listening to local, regional, and nationally touring bands at RiverJam! While the event itself is free, there is a small charge for parking at the venue.
Delve into a little friendly competition before starting up the work week once again with Music Bingo at the Casual Pint! The games are hosted by one of our very own Fat City Entertainment hosts, and all the shows are a big hit with the crowd. It is free to play, and everyone gets a chance to win some of the fun prizes provided by local breweries!
There it is, a whole week of fun for zero cash. Keep your dollars for more important things like sampling the new brews or snacking on chicken wings...or you know, for car payments and rent. Whatever.
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you think we should check out?
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