Published March 19th, 2021


Questinarium is a quiz-taking game.


At-a-glance


(Adult) Content?
No.

Censorship?
Not applicable.

Hours of Gameplay?
Ten minutes.

Modding Support?
No.

Patch Available?
Not applicable.



Gameplay (2/5★)

Take quizzes and compare your results to other quiz takers! Or you can make your own quizzes, and see what happens — considering the state of the player base, it’d be a miracle if anyone bites.

Story (1/5★)

Aiko is responsible for saving the world. Her quest starts with you! She needs to know as much as possible about mankind, such as their dreams and aspirations, and their historical competence. Hold on, what does this have to do with saving planet Earth?

Visuals (1/5★)

The titlescreen is nicely arranged, but after completing the prologue the protagonist turns her back on you. Considering the developers want you buy new outfits for her (with real money), that’s unacceptable. From “Settings”, you may adjust audio, display and graphical preferences can be adjusted. New outfits can be purchased from Steam via “Inventory”.

Verdict (1/5★)

Still not worth your time (even if it is free). Questinarium began it’s life as a buggy “game” that could not be completed. It would freeze within minutes of operation — I couldn’t believe Dymchick1 didn’t see this problem before release. I decided to check-up on this game, hoping to see meaningful improvements. My thoughts? This game’s “Mostly Negative” score is well earned. In it’s defense, it’s an interesting concept. . . but I’m pretty sure there’s a slew of online services that do what this game does but better (and also free). After browsing user-creations, it was clear that no-one is (or was ever) interested in this game — I think it was dead on arrival. Questinarium seems to be an abandoned experiment (and as such, should be forgotten).