Apparently in the works for quite some time now, Netflix is formally launching its daily trivia series called ‘Trivia Quest’.
Trivia Quest is a narrative interactive experience, wherein each “win” will help move the story along. Correctly answering the game’s questions will also help free the friends of the protagonist, Willy, who vows to save hostage citizens of Trivia Land captured by a knowledge-hungry villain named Evil Rocky.
A new episode of Trivia Quest will hit the service every day throughout April, with 30 episodes in total. Each episode will include 24 trivia questions in multiple choice-style formats. Categories include science, entertainment, sports, art, geography, and history. The game is based on Etermax’s Trivia Crack, which The New York Times reports was licensed by Netflix. Players will be able to replay the quizzes to get more points and correctly answer questions they may have previously missed.
The game is set to arrive on April 1st (no it’s not an April Fool’s Joke), across Android phones and tablets; iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches; supported smart TVs, set-top boxes, and consoles; as well as on the web. Devices that are not currently supported include Apple TV, some Chromecast devices, Tesla touch screens, browsers using Silverlight, and the Netflix app on Windows.