In Game Q, players select questions by clicking on a question box on
the left and then the appropriate answers by clicking on the images or buttons
on the right. The answers, which center around themes like States or Presidents,
do not change as the questions are cycled through. This has many advantages
over multiple guess questions in that much less time is spent looking
for the answers. The answers are presented in such a way as to be easy to
get to and their locations become familiar.
In the image below, players are challenged to answer questions about 20 popular US Presidents. The point award for the first question is 1 point. Peter has selected the question "Which president resigned?" and is about to click on Nixon.
In the image below, Peter has been awarded a point for selecting Nixon and has now selected the question "Which president was a movie actor?". The potential point award is not 4 points.
In the image below, players are challenged to answer questions about chemistry. Note that the answers are arranged in the Periodic Table of Elements. Peter has selected the question "Water is composed of what two elements?" and has already select Hydrogen [Note it is grayed out] and is about to select "O" for Oxygen. In as much as this is a two answer question, he will receive two points. It is therefore sometimes best to answer this type of question when the point award is higher.
The Image below show another answer template, this one, of the US cities along with questions of which the city names are the answers.
Note to Authors: Game Q lends itself to a lot of creativity on the part of Round Authors. A Round for Game Q can consist of a few button type answers and questions about some obscure subject, or reference multiple images and ask multi-part questions.
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