Need a fun, family friendly event to run virtually for your library, school, or church group? Enjoy trivia showdowns, fairy tales, and puzzles? Vertigo Trivia presents Once Upon a Trivia Show - and it might be just what you're looking for!
King Questionable needs your help! His castle in Trivia Kingdom has been robbed, and it's up to you to help solve fairy-tale related trivia questions, puzzles, and memory games to find out whodunnit! Meet a variety of legendary characters in this unique and fast-paced game that can be played on e-platforms like Zoom, or as a live event. The set of mostly easy questions makes it great for those in grade three and up.
What you'll get with purchase:
- The Once Upon a Trivia Show full presentation, compatible with Google Slides and Microsoft Powerpoint, as a digital download (.ppt file). It will instantly be available for download as soon as you complete your purchase.
- The rights to hold the presentation at one address unlimited times.
- The rights for any staff members at the one address to prepare/play at home with the file.
- There is a full game, but if you choose to make questions easier or harder, there are many elements that can be customized. You could use the template for countless other events!
- A step-by-step guide to hosting a fun, fairy-tale themed trivia adventure!
- Part one is the how-to-run guide, followed by the show you share online or project on a wall for a live event.
- This game was designed with social distancing in mind, and can easily be played virtually.
- As this is a digital product, there are no returns offered.
About the game:
The game prompts players to try and solve a robbery by virtually visiting a variety of characters - a unicorn, gnome, ice queen, etc. - you know, the usual suspects!
- Evidence learned at each stop will lead to a fun conclusion.
- Facilitator can choose to make it a collaborative game or a more competitive one.
- Depending on the crowd, the game is estimated to take 30-60 minutes to play, and comes with the flexibility to add your own questions if you need a longer event.
- Your attendees will simply need a writing utensil and one piece of paper to play. That's it!
- While this game is for a younger crowd/families, a young adult/adult version is in the works!
About the Author:
- Daniel Barbour has written and hosted over 300 trivia shows, has worked in libraries for over twenty years (eleven years as a full-time Young Adult Librarian), and appeared on the second season of the ABC network reality show I Survived a Japanese Game Show. As COVID-19 brought the trivia gig portion of his career to a screeching halt, and the demand for virtual programming arose, online trivia games were born! This is the first of what will hopefully many offerings, with the debut show intended to line up with a widely adopted Summer Reading theme.