orb3000 · Jul 10, 2011 at 12:00 am

Android Community Quiz and Quizmaster

Do you like quiz games? XDA member Just Me presents Android Community Quiz and Quizmaster. What is very interesting is that with the combination of these two games, you will be able to add more questions, so your quiz will always display new fresh questions to have fun with your friends. Simply enter questions with a correct answer and two incorrect answers and then click submit.

The developer has included the two apps for free only for XDA members so have a look. Try them and leave your feedback.

Originally posted by Just Me
Hello All,

I’ve recently posted two apps on the Android Market.
They are both attached at the bottom of the post to download and they are
Android Community Quiz and Quizmaster
A quiz by Android users for Android users, where questions can be constantly added by Android users with the “Android Community Quiz Master” app.

+2 for a correct answer
-3 for an incorrect answer (or running out of time)
-2 for using a skip (5 skips allowed)

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