Etermax launched a sequel to the incredibly successful Trivia Crack last week and it wants to strengthen your relationship with brands.
Trivia Crack Kingdoms is still a trivia game but it’s also much more than that.
For a start, the pinwheel has gone and is replaced with trivia channels which you can choose and create depending on what subjects you’re interested in.
Brands can also create their own channels to update you on their new products and give you easy access to them in between rounds, as well as check out their social media networks.
Trivia Crack Kingdoms is, effectively, a mobile communication tool.
The best part is, educational institutions can also take advantage of this and create their own channels to educate you as a student.
Charity organisations like the International Red Cross, Endeavour, and TECHO are also involved and are spreading the word about the issues facing the world. By playing Trivia Crack Kingdoms you can actively help them make the world a better place.
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