Quizam! (C64, 5 1/4" Disk) Interstel Corporation - 1985 USA, Canada Release
|Media||5 1/4" Disk|
|Category(s)||Entertainment, Traditional, Trivia|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
Eight mysterious dark satellites orbiting the Earth must be destroyed. Their onboard computers have malfunctioned, generating an enormous volume of questions that are strange, cryptic- even trivial! Knowledge must be combined with careful strategy if you are to gain access to the satellites and succeed in this mission!
Quizam! is a real strategy game- there is no randomness in the selection of questions or in your board position. It features full color graphics and music (which can be toggles on/off). Quizam! Supports one to eight players with eight different game boards, eight levels of difficulty, and approximately 2,000 multiple choice questions.
The game includes these subjects:
- Fun Facts I & II: 15 minute celebrities, Sports and games, Popular culture, Television, Potpourri, Publications, Music, Movies.
- School Days: Vocabulary, History, Art, Physical Science, Geography, Literature, Music, Life Science.
Additional question diskettes are or soon will be available including Science Fiction, Fun Facts III, Rock-on, and Dynamite Decades, with more to come. And if that's not enough...
Only Quizam! has Quizzer!, a program that allows you to create your own question diskettes! Prepare special question disks for parties, on your family history, for reunions or family gatherings, on your profession, to play with co-workers, on your hobbies, to share with friends. Teachers can even use Quizzer! to create educational games. The Quizam! musical sound effects and graphics combine to produce an exciting atmosphere for play, parties, and even study.
Finally, a computer trivia game where the computer isn't trivial!
- One to eight players.
- Eight completely different game boards.
- Eight levels of difficulty.
- Approximately 2,000 questions.
- A real strategy game- no randomness.
- Multiple choice questions.
- Full color graphics.
- Music can be toggled on/off.
- Capability to write your own question diskettes for fun or study.
- Complete solar system included at no extra charge.
by Dan Skelton.