Need a more casual event that involves trivia, community, and fast paced competition? This set of questions will do the trick!
What you'll get with purchase:
- The Rapid Fire: Movies (Set One) 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 set of questions. You can structure the game to meet your needs.
- A step-by-step guide to hosting a fun, Hollywood themed trivia show!
- 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.
About the game:
The game prompts players to answer 50 questions (five rounds of ten questions each) in different categories.
- Questions are presented in a fresh and colorful format.
- Facilitator will have the answers and can assign values to the questions or use the suggested points on the presentation.
- Depending on the crowd size, the game is estimated to take 45 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!
- This game is for adults/teen players.
- Best if played with 5-25 people. Remember, this challenge can be offered unlimited times - one purchase, countless events covered!
- As this is a digital product, there are no returns offered.
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!