Our Trivia events, enjoyed all over the North Georgia area for over five years, are designed to provide a challenging and entertaining couple of hours for patrons of all types.
Our games consist of four rounds worth of questions, starting easy and then getting harder as the game progresses. Each round contains four regular questions and one bonus question. For the regular questions, players choose a score value of 1, 3, 5, or 7 points. Each score value is used once per round. Players do not lose points for an incorrect answer on regular questions, but may lose points on the bonus questions. The bonus questions usually consist of a mulitple-part answer, and weigh more than the regular questions.
At the end of the fourth round there is a final bonus question which is usually worth at least 25 points. It generally contains five or more answers and can change the whole structure of the game.
Players are usually given their scores, along with the scores of their competetion, at the end of the second round and before the final bonus question. Generally, the games cover general knowledge, although custom games can be tailored for your specific event. Examples of custom games include Simpsons Trivia, Seinfeld Trivia, Music Trivia, Star Wars Trivia, Sports Trivia, and 1980's
Below is a sample of a typical 20-question game. Try taking your shots at these questions, and click on the "answers" link to see how well you fared!
Q: What movie studio has a roaring lion as its trademark?
Category: State Capitals
Q: What is the capital of West Virginia?
Category: Greek Letters
Q: What is the last letter in the Greek Alphabet?
Q: What President appears on the American Fifty Dollar Bill? (Don't look in your wallet!)
TWO-PART BONUS (5 points each)
Q: What two countries share a border with Mongolia?
Category: Public Relations
Q: What pain reliever was subjected to a public relations scare in the 1980's due to reported cases of Cyanide tampering?
Q: What novelist penned the classic novel "To Kill a Mockingbird"?
Q: What famous gangster orchestrated "The St. Valentine's Day Massacre?"
Category: The Human Body
Q: What is the name of the acid present in the human stomach used for digestion?
THREE PART BONUS (5 points each)
Q: During World War 2, What three countries made up the core of the Axis Powers?
Q: What is the name for the number represented by a 1 followed by 100 zeroes?
Category: Bond, Jemes Bond.
Q: What is the sole James Bond film that featured George Lazenby at agent 007?
Category: Rock and Roll
Q: Who was the first woman to be inducted in to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
Q: In what Shakespeare play do you find the line, 'All the world's a stage...'?
FOUR-PART BONUS (5 points each)
Category: U.S. Presidents
Q: Who are the four U.S. Presidents who have been assassinated while in office?
Category: The Bill of Rights
Q: Which Constitutional Amendment protects citizens from illegal searches and seizures by the government?
Q: Six months before a World Heavyweight title bout with Cassius Clay, what boxer fearlessly predicted, "It will take me a round and a half to catch him, and then half a round to knock him out."?
Category: Also Known As
Q: What U.S. President was born with the name Leslie King Jr.?
Q: What company invented the transistor, one of the most important developments leading to the personal computer revolution, in 1947?
FIVE-PART BONUS (5 points each)
Category: Box Office
Q: What are the top five highest-grossing domestic R-Rated films in history?
Click here to see the answers and find out how well you did!