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A jam submission

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Find wich image goes with which article (en/fr)
Submitted by Léon (@leonlenclosnet) — 6 minutes, 43 seconds before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Did you make it in 6 hours (put 5 by default)#64.7145.000
How much do you enjoy the game overall?#83.4183.625
How well does the game fit the themes?#123.1823.375

Ranked from 8 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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I'm really bad at trivia lol. I will say, there is barely any time to choose an answer, may need to up the time.


Yes I will probably add an “easy” mode.


Nice quiz but looks a little bland

  • Fullscreen mode
  • Pictures above the three options
  • Visual feedback (button turns green/red)
  • SFX
  • There was a lot of white space so you don't have to hide the counter and score in the corner
  • Currently, you can only restart the game once (bug?)

Still enjoyed it very much :)


Thank you very much for these suggestions. I will definitely include them in the next update! What do you mean by “Pictures above the three options”? Just change the layout so that the answers are at the bottom and the picture at the top?


Yes, just changing the layout. The answers and picture are quite far apart at the moment and the space in the middle is wasted.
Here's an example layout:


nice score btw


felt like a glorified quiz, but none the less still very fun


Innovative realisation around the theme, congrats for the idea. It could be a good point to add some juice/feedback when giving the good answer to give some dopamine to our brain. This idea could really be improved for some learning purposes. Felicitation !


I was really excited to try this when I read the description, but it ended up being a lot of guessing. There were so many specific people and places that I had no way of knowing that it felt like the game was mostly chance? I'd love to see a version that starts off showing only the most popular Wikipedia places, stuff that everyone knows, and over time gets harder.


yes, thank you for your feedback. I’m not sure I can use the ‘random page’ feature of the wikipedia api on popular pages only. But I’ll look at it anyway when I have some time. It’s a good idea.