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Books have been a part of human culture for hundreds of years and even in the internet age books continue to thrive as a source of information and entertainment. Books have been the source material for many television shows and films while authors have become rich and famous thanks to their celebrated works.
It is no wonder that the literary field is ripe with book trivia that is a valuable resource for gaming app and board game designers. With so many popular books that have been written over the years, there are hundreds of millions of people who have enjoyed reading different works and have a strong interest in the material, authors and the inspirations for such books.
What is Books Trivia?
Essentially, books trivia is a host of questions that are about literary works in terms of their material, sources, authors and other interests that apply to the field. For example, here is a typical question that comes from books trivia.
- The 1934 classic film “Black Cat” was based on a book written by what famous author?
The answer is Edgar Allen Poe and it is one of many such questions that are found in book trivia sources that you can purchase to create numerous games on the subject. Of course, the questions can be broad ranging or limited to a certain genre or author for added appeal.
How Books Trivia Helps Game Designers
For those who create and develop gaming apps or board games, having books trivia as your main resource provides you with a great advantage in material that interests millions of people. The good news is that you can be creative in how you use the book trivia. From questions that provide gamers with points or prizes to those that allow entry into different areas or levels of the game itself, you can use the information how you wish to create a fascinating gaming experience.
Broad Appeal: Right now there are millions of people reading books on their mobile devices or old fashion print versions. The good news is that both the young and the young at heart read books which mean that your gaming audience will be considerable. Even if you shape your game to reach a small niche audience, that still means millions of potential customers depending on how you market your efforts.
Set Difficulty Levels: You can shape your game to appeal to those with a hard core interest in a particular series or you can make it easier by asking general questions about a broad range of books. In this manner, you can better target your audience to reach your particular goals.
- What is the title of the semi-autobiographical novel written by Sylvia Plath shortly before her death?
The answer is “The Bell Jar” and it is such answers that help foster continued interests in games that prominently feature books trivia.
Plus, if you create a successful game based on books trivia, then you can create many sequels and expansions based on the same general field. This means that what you pay for getting top-notch book trivia can pay off for you in a big way if you create a successful gaming app or board game design.
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