Questions About Stuff is a game where you find out what you really know by answering trivia
questions, while forming Slingos
The first thing to do is to look at the credits button, so you know the fine folks that brought
you this great game. Then you need to choose a character that you are going to play as; you'll be
able to play as the Joker, Devil, or Cherub.
Once the game starts you're presented 25 questions from categories of Entertainment, Music,
Movies, TV, Geography, Science, Business, Sports, Food and Drink, and the ever challenging
Miscellaneous. Select a square with a question that you want to try and answer. Once the question
appears, you'll have 30 seconds to answer it. If you answer the trivia question correctly, you'll
get 200 points, and an extra 10 points for each second remaining. If you get the question wrong,
well, there's no reward for that, and remember the old saying, "Close only counts in
horseshoes and hand grenades!" After you answer the question, you'll see that if you answered
correctly, you'll have a green check mark in the box that you selected. However, if you got it
wrong, there's going to be a red X in the box. Now this game wouldn't be too much fun if we
were just going to ask you twenty-five questions now, would it? You're going to want to get
five of those green check marks in a row, column or diagonal for a Slingo. When you get one of
these, you'll be awarded 2500 points!
Now, unlike the team that worked on this game, you're not always going to be right.
Unfortunately wrong answers are going to prevent you from making Slingos. If you answer
several questions wrong, you'll see some of the squares turn gray, this is because even if you
answered these questions correctly, they wouldn't help you form any Slingos. The more questions
you're not able to answer, the quicker your game is going to end. If you answer questions
correctly in a row, you're going to see additional bonuses, and the longer your streak is, the
bigger the bonus gets. The game is over when you are unable to answer any more questions that
can be used to form Slingos.