Masters of Trivia for Windows Phone 8, challenging your knowledge forty-seconds at a time

Masters of Trivia is a new Windows Phone 8 game that will test your knowledge of sports, entertainment, geography and other topics in forty-second speed quizzes.

The game is an online, multiplayer game where you compete against others to see who can rack up the most points.  The pace of the game is quick and the questions challenging. 

We’ve been tinkering with the Beta version of Masters of Trivia over the past few days and have found it to be an entertaining Windows Phone game.  The game is now live in the Windows Phone Store and if you like trivia games, Masters of Trivia is worth a try.

Each trivia match tosses a series of pictures where you have to find the matching description.  Points earned will flash on the screen with each correct answer with points multipliers available for consecutive, correct answers.  Each trivia match lasts forty seconds with a twenty-second break in between matches to review your answers and check your score.  Scores will be ranked against other Masters of Trivia players who were tested on the same series of questions.

The pictures cover a wide range of topics including geography, entertainment, and sports.  Some questions will require you to glance at the answers to determine the nature of the question.  For example, a photo of a movie scene may be asking for the movie title or the actor’s name.

If you find yourself stumped on a question, you can guess or use credits as a lifeline that will eliminate one incorrect answer.  You earn credits as you play the game or you can purchase credits through the game’s store.

Masters of Trivia is a fun game to pass the time with and to see how your trivia knowledge matches up against others.  The game not only challenges your trivia know-how but also your reflexes.  

Masters of Trivia is available for Windows Phone 8 devices and is a free, ad-supported game.  You can find Masters of Trivia here in the Windows Phone Store.

George Ponder

George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.